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Linear Audio T-reg V5

  • 5900



Description

A high-voltage, low noise, fully protected regulator for tube circuits

T-reg is a high voltage regulator aimed at tube-level high voltage amplifiers. Diyaudio offers a partial kit for this unit, consisting of the PCB, the high speed opamp, the series pass MOSFET and a current source MOSFET. The PCB comes with pre-installed Constant Current source and reset pushbutton. Other parts are generic and probably in most people’s parts bins or easily available (see BOM).

T-reg can provide an output voltage between 0 (probably less useful) up to 500V, at currents up to 400mA. T-reg accepts input voltages from a transformer/ rectifier/capacitor supply up to a maximum of 500V.

Performance is very good, with less than 10uV broadband noise, and less than 20mΩ output impedance. That means a clean supply that doesn't sag with varying load. The PCB has an on-board heatsink for the pass device, but the pass device can also be mounted on a larger heatsink or on the chassis for high current applications.

Both the output voltage and the current limit can be set by a single resistor.  If the current limit is exceeded for more than a fraction of a second, the regulator shuts down to protect itself and the load.

PCB size is approximately 3.1 x 2.3 inch (78 x 58 mm).

Designed by Jan Didden of Linear Audio.

What is included?

  • PCB (with pre-installed Constant Current source and reset pushbutton)
  • High speed op-amp
  • Series pass MOSFET
  • Current source MOSFET

Other parts are generic and probably in most people’s parts bins or easily available (see BOM).

Image shown is a render of the completed project. Photos of the actual product and included parts will be coming later in February.

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Jan D's T-reg

Works like a charm!!! Right out of the box... no tweakin or fiddling around.. very stable....All the critical parts included... Rest easily available from any electronic components supplier...
Thanks Jan for a great design

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G.E.

I put a pair of these in a diy Vacuum State RTP3D while one of the original ones were being repaired. They sound superb.


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