D. Edward Mitchell 16:00, 14 April 2020 (UTC) Hello World! groupKOS Developer Share —usually UNDER CONSTRUCTION
The Hexatron Power is a simple high-current D.C. supply around 50 to 100 volts. Current limiting and/or voltage regulating may be needed options, especially in higher-current power-transistor versions.
Linear regulation of power levels may be better, as pulse-modulated power rails may inject the wrong kind of noise into the ring.
D.C. power and a clock signal is routed from the power source down the suspension frame and divides into three power-busses routing to three points on the center hexagonal structure.
The power-return to the power source starts at the other three points of the hexagonal structure, opposite each power-feed. These three power-return busses join at the bottom corner of the cube, and straight down from the height of suspension, and, then return to the power supply.