2022-11-09 (with much destructive work on this one done around 11/2022):

This here unit is a Stearns SINPAC CV50-165, which had some issues. I think I made it worse, although this particular unit was town apart quite a while ago... I still needed to finish up the electrical diagram and double check part values.

Bottom of Circuit Board; not much to see here; Markings: E200175 WM328DS-2 94V-0 4317 (Date Code?) Amazingly there wasn't more damage from using a weller soldering iron to de-solder the triac and terminals.

Board is slightly bigger than the CV16 to CV40 units at 1.83" x 1.69"

Top of Circuit Board. Markings: Stearns 849020011F. R14 and C3 weren't populated and may be for a R-C Line filter.

ST BTB41-600B rated at 40Amps... ( DATASHEET HERE (PDF, 12 Pages, 230KB) How do you attain a 50A SINPAC rating?) Heatsink 0.045" Thick x 1.25" Width x 0.875" Height.

My best attempt at an electrical schematic. Seems very similar to the other SINPACs I have recently torn apart. The potential addition of the R-C Filter and the larger TRIAC seem to be the only major changes

 

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Note: All electrical diagrams are believed to be correct as far as we're aware; however, there may be mistakes and omissions. You assume any and all risks by using these diagrams for anything other than a pretty picture to look at.

 

Part 1 of the un-obtainium saga: the CV40-165

Part 2 of the un-obtainium saga: the CV25-165

Part 4 of the un-obtainium saga: Alternatives - SAMUSCO ECS224L

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