Nice to hearNo more excuses, case is in and I'm gonna start soldering.
well, that's a good question.Is the MiniP7 rippel sensitive?
If you supply with plus and minus 15 V, there's an on board linear LDO to 12V with necessary filtering. In that case a 150 mV ripple won't be noticeable.
This is also the reason why most of my modules are designed to work with 15V so that one can do good local filtering and not see the 12V variations on the supply.
When applying plus and minus 12V, these LDO's are bypassed and thus reduced filtering. (both jumpers on the 12V location)
I have been running this directly from a Traco DCDC convertor with 75 mV ripple and didn't experience the noise being demodulated nor coming through.
Yes, one is for the positive, the other is for the negative.Are both 12V/15V headers used? I guess so since I got 2 and there's places for them.
For this one (MiniP7), the 3.5mm Jacks are alo GND connected to the Front Panel.I need a "proper" output so I will enlarge the output for a 6,3mm jack
Should I go for insulated or not?
As you will be using this as a stand alone, It's better to have the GND connected to the chasis, otherwise, the FP would be completely floating which is not a good thing.
Good luck !