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AC to DC Power Supply [Project]
posted November 29 2013 14:03.21 by spic0m

This small project simply explain us how can we make an adjustable power supply by our self. This DC power supply gives us 0 to 12v adjustable voltage that can be easily adjust through variable resistance and the key component is used in this power supply is a regulator that is not fixed one. We use here LM317 regulator that let us adjust the voltage. We can also make the fixed DC power supply just replacing the LM317 by 78xx regulator.

[Link: EEWeb]

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  • At 29 November 2013, 18:46:23 user indulge wrote:   [reply @ indulge]
    • i want to learn more about DC and AC power supply cause is useful for me.

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