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Simple adjustable dual channel linear power supply [Project]
posted October 10 2013 8:28.00 by spic0m




This power supply circuit is dual channel power supply. One channel is supply positive voltage and the other channel is supply negative voltage. It supplies from 0V to +/-15V. Maximum output current is around 1A (recommended), it's limited by LM317 and LM337 voltage regulator.


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