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Voltage regulators are available as easy to use three terminal om7812 circuits — one terminal for the input voltage, one for the output voltage, and one for the ground 0V. The most commonly used are from the 78XX series — for 12 Volts, and for 5 Volts etc. Also of particular use for renewable energy generators are very efficient low dropout regulators such as the LM series — LMCT for 12 Volt etc.
One common shortfall of om7812 common regulators is they are rated at just 1 Amp output current.
Regulators for higher currents than 1 Amp are available, but tend to be expensive, and still require good heatsinking. Pictured above is a circuit from the Fairchild LM datasheet.
This uses a power transistor and a power resistor to take km7812 some of the workload enabling higher currents to be regulated. With this set up, the power transistor and power resistor need heatsinkingand selecting the correct specification of transistor and resistor, and getting everything set up is not particularly easy. One alternative is instead to parallel connect multiple three terminal regulators, with each regulator handling up to 1 Amp of current.
Voltage regulators such as the LM cannot just be connected in parallel without additional circuitry. This tiny difference in voltage has the disastrous consequence of making the regulator with the lowest output voltage trying to carry all of the current.
Doing so should make the regulators share current equally and therefore operate together without problems. It is worth noting however that this fo3 to load balancing makes the voltage regulation a bit less accurate. The schematic shows the key elements in this 6 Amp 12 Volt regulator.
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Unfortunately that article is no longer online. Where you need to have a user variable voltage output, the LM is an excellent adjustable voltage regulator to use. The output voltage is adjusted using a couple of resistors, and one of these resistors can lm781 replaced with a potentiometer to give an adjustable output.
While the LMT for example is limited to a continuous output of Click here for full details: LM Adjustable Power Supply. In regard to this page, I have drawn up a couple of 78xx high current circuits you might like to consider. Click here to view the MJE Datasheet for more information. Click here to view a selection of NPN power transistors.
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I have since switched to using the better LM regulator so that I can adjust the voltage and it is far more reliable than the 78xx. I have used the LM for a amp supply. By adding transistors as shown in the schematics above high output currents at the regulated voltage can be output.
Click here to view the LM datasheet. The LM is available in the UK from around 30 pence.
Click here to buy an LM now. The benefit of this first schematic is that the output is actually regulated; the PNP is fully in the feedback loop.
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Thus for every current ratio of 2. Hello from Kentucky USA! Ken Weaver, 17th August The benefit of this first schematic is that the output is actually regulated; the PNP is fully in the feedback loop. Nick, 10th July