three rails regulated power supply


Posted on Feb 5, 2014    4397

This circuit generates 3 source regulated voltages applying a minimum of electronic parts. The output DC voltage are +12V ; +5V and -5V. Diodes D2 and D3 conduct full-wave rectification, at the same time charging capacitor C2 on each halves of the alternating current cycle. At the same time, diode D1 with capacitor C1, and. This is the circuit di


three rails regulated power supply
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agram of 5V Regulated Power Supply circuit, featured with over voltage protection. The circuit is based regulator chip 7805; Thyristor SCR 2N1595 and Dioda Zener 1N3997 for overvoltage protection circuit. The 5V regulated power supply is apply 74LS series integrated circuits which has to be really precise and tolerant of voltage. This is an adjustable and regulated power supply with 3V to 30V output voltage and supply up to 3A direct current. This circuit featured with short circuit protection and overload protection. Download the manual of this circuit include the schematic and part list HERE This is definitely an effective 4-output stage stabilized DC power supply unit for testing electronic circuits. It delivers very well regulated and stabilised output, that is important for most electronic circuits to provide good results. The circuit gives you an audio-visual indication if there is a short circuit in the PCB under test, so the. This is bench power supply circuit for multi purpose usage. This bench power supply features three solid-state DC power supplies. The first supply gives a +1. 5 to +15 volts at 1 ampere. The second supply gives a -1. 5 to -15 volts at 1 ampere. The third has a fixed 5V at 3 amperes. All DC. The above diagram is a basic Uninterupted Power Supply (UPS) circuit. This is a very simple and inexpensive circuit. This circuit can be adapted/modified for other regulated and unregulated voltages by using...




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