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§ 2.18 - Power Block Parts Sources

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If your existing parts collection isn't up to providing all you need, here are some parts sources that will provide both items for your Power Block build, and usually some spares as well. Buying in quantity always wins in terms of cost-per-part, so if you don't have any or enough of something you need, these sources are a good way to go.

We have purchased and tested all of these in actual Power Block builds, and been satisfied with both quality and delivery.

§ 2.18.1 - Test Points

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§ 2.18.2 - C1—C4 Ceramic Capacitor Assortment

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§ 2.18.3 - C5—C6 Filter Capacitors

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§ 2.18.4 - Heat Sink Paste

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§ 2.18.5 - Heat Sinks

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§ 2.18.6 - TO-220 (regulator) Insulator

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§ 2.18.7 - D1—D6 Rectifier and Battery Backup Steering Diodes

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§ 2.18.8 - LED1—LED2 Light Emitting Diodes

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§ 2.18.9 - R1—R2 Current Limiting Resistors

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§ 2.18.10 - Fuses

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§ 2.18.11 - Fuseholders

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§ 2.18.12 - T1: 24 Volt (12—CT—12) Power Transformer

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§ 2.18.13 - 78XX and 79XX Regulator Assortments

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§ 2.18.14 - M3 Mounting Hardware

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§ 2.18.15 - Terminal Blocks

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§ 2.19 - Recommended Tools

§ 2.19.1 - Programmable Load

§ 2.19.2 - Infrared Temperature Measurement

§ 2.19.3 - Soldering Station

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