Pluto+ 5V power in problems

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G4GUO
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Re: Pluto+ 5V power in problems

Post by G4GUO » Fri Nov 17, 2023 1:32 pm

It was open circuit. I have put a 1n914 in its place, but that is only rated for 300 mA continuous, so I will have to find something with a higher rating.

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Re: Pluto+ 5V power in problems

Post by g0mjw » Fri Nov 17, 2023 2:09 pm

I use the smaller packaged diodes, e.g. the SS14, in a DO-214AC package which is about 6mmx3mm in several projects. I think there is also one on the back of most Arduino Nano knock-offs that tend to blow when you accidentally short the 5V line.

Mike

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