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Thread: Kam dmx star cluster 3d

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    Hi All,
    I am looking for a replacement internal transformer for my kam dmx star cluster 3d laser. I have removed the old one as the cables attached to it had broken and could not be re attached via soldering. Problem Is, there are no markings on the old transformer for me to source a new one!
    Any ideas anyone please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfbutler View Post
    Hi All,
    I am looking for a replacement internal transformer for my kam dmx star cluster 3d laser. I have removed the old one as the cables attached to it had broken and could not be re attached via soldering. Problem Is, there are no markings on the old transformer for me to source a new one!
    Any ideas anyone please?
    Perhaps a Photo would help?
    I have a couple of Lasers in need of repairs!

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    You ought to be able to get a pretty standard transformer "off the shelf" to replace this. It's just going to be a case of working out the number of windings, the voltage and the power (current draw).

    If it's got 4 wires going into it (2x 240v and 2x low voltage) then it should be straight forward. If the cables go to the PCB and into a regulator of some kind then you should be able to work out the voltage (or find someone with a working version). Power/current you can probably guess at by size, it's not going to be massive.

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    Thanks Jules,
    Trying to source a working one currently
    Cheers

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