... Subject: [softrock40] Re: Softrock Lite II - Power Supply Test Fail ... If you have 5V it must be taking current. Only a few mA, but a test meter should be
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, Feb 19
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Subject: [softrock40] Re: Softrock Lite II - Power Supply Test Fail
>I am not reading any current anywhere. My voltages look good: 11.6V at D1 and 5V at R11.
> I am running a power adapter which supplies 12V at .75A
> I have tried testing the current as per the diagram, without the resistor.
If you have 5V it must be taking current.
Only a few mA, but a test meter should be able to see it when set to a low range.
73 Alan G4ZFQ
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