PMP40379: Alternate parts for some components used in BOM of PMP40379
Part Number: PMP20195
I am working off the PMP20195 reference design.
Can you all suggest alternatives to RLTI-1177 Transformer,330 uH, TH?
We are looking for a cost effective Transformer, off the shelf!
In addition, can you provide the PMP20195 Schematic in Eagle format. Trying to speed up time to market.
Same response here as the other post.
Except contact Ian at Renco for the transformer
Ian Rensing <IRensing@rencousa.com>
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In reply to Robert Taylor1:
What is the fuse that fits XF1 fuse Holder? Not seeing the LittleFuse part number?
In reply to Neil Henry:
Looks like the holder is for a TR5 type of fuse. I could not find the exact part number that was used on the design. I would say a 3A fuse should work well. Usually we are using the slow blow type as this is just for catastrophic protection.
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