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DIY Variable bench power supply [Project]
posted December 5 2013 12:57.07 by spic0m




A variable bench power supply is an important equipment in electronics lab for conducting experiments, prototyping, and testing. This cool-looking DIY bench power supply provides fixed 5V and 12V outputs along with a separate variable DC output ranging from 1.2 to 25V. The on-board LCD display shows instantaneous output voltage, current, and power drawn, which are very important parameters during prototyping of a new project. The power supply can also be connected to a PC through RS232 port to visualize and monitor these parameters graphically on screen. The project uses Atmega8 microcontroller for measuring and displaying the electrical output parameters.




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