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I was repairing a power supply used by the museum at 
which I volunteer.  It was an ER brand, model PS102 
power supply, 13.8 V, 5-7 Amp output with short circuit 
protection (supposed to be 5A continuous and 7A peak).  
This same item was sold under the same model number by 
several vendors (not just ER).  I couldn't find a 
schematic online (though I found a few seekers).  I was 
able to get the Chinese maker to send me a diagram of 
the later model PS107 & I worked out the differences to 
obtain a schematic for PS102.  The schematic is 
attached in case you think it would be useful to archive.

Wayne H.


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