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Power supply schematic diagram

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 »

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.

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:

3A Switching Voltage Regulator based LM317HV

Above circuit diagram is a easy, simple and cheap switching voltage regulator which has capability to deliver adjustable voltage output range of 1.8V to 32V and static electric current of 3A. This regulator use adjustable regulator IC of LM317HV and a power PNP transistor of 2N3792.

PNP Boost for Positive Voltage Regulator

This is the positive voltage regulator circuit with PNP Boost transistor: The IC8211 presents the voltage reference and regulator amplifier, while Q1 will be the series pass transistor. R1 defines the output current of the IC8211, while C1 and C2 present loop stability and as well act to suppress feedthrough of input transients to the… Read More »

Low Forward-Drop Rectifier

This is the circuit diagram of low forward-drop rectifier. A TMOS power FET (Q1) and a LM393 comparator provide a high-efficiency rectifter circuit. When VA exceeds VB, U1’s output becomes high and Q1 conducts. Conversely, when VB exceeds VA, the comparator output becomes low and Q1 doesn’t conduct.

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