Category Archives: Power Electronics



5V Regulated Solar Cell Power Supply

Powered with solar panel, the circuit will give you 5V pure regulated DC voltage. This solar cell power supply circuit is made up of an oscillator transistor as well as a regulator transistor. The solar panel charges the battery when sunlight is bright enough to generate a voltage above 1.9v. A diode is necessary between… Read More »

3-Rail (+12V) / (+5V) / (-5V) Regulated Power Supply

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… Read More »

5VDC to 12VDC LT1070 Boost Converter

This is a 5VDC to 12VDC boost converter circuit built based LT1070. The LT1070/LT1071 are monolithic high power switching regulators. They can be operated in all standard switching configurations including buck, boost, flyback, forward,inverting and Cuk. A high current, high efficiency switch is included on the die along with all oscillator, control and protection circuitry.

3A Switching Power Supply Regulator

This is the circuit diagram of 3A switching power supply regulator: Simple and cheap, the circuit built based on well-known IC regulator LM317 with current booster of power transistor 2N3782. Don’t forget to add heatsink especially for power transistor 2N3782.

Current Output Multiplier for 78xx Regulator

This is the circuit diagram of current output multiplier designed for regulator IC LM78xx. By default, the regulator ID 78xx series will give maximum current output 1A – 1.5A. To increase the current output of this regulator, you may consider to build this circuit. The circuit is simple, easy built and inexpensive. Parts list: R1,… Read More »

5V/10A 50W Offline Switching Power Supply

The following diagram is the 50W offline switching power supply circuit design. The circuit powered by a MOSFET. BUZ80A/IXTP4N8 for 220V AC voltage input and GE IRF823 for 110V AC input voltage. The output will be 5VDC with electric current up to 10A. The schematic diagram: Components list:



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