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    P. Marian

    Author: P. Marian

    About: I love all about electronics, circuit diagrams and crazy projects that can help us achieve almost everything our mind can conceive. I created this website and I want to invite you to participate in our project and create the greatest electronic circuits database.

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    AC to DC Voltage Converter Circuit

    This AC to DC converter circuit is capable of converting an alternative voltage within 70V – 260V range into a DC voltage within 180V to 350V DC range, so it can be used for 110V and 220V too. To achieve this voltage conversion we use a MC34161 rectifier as a voltage doubler at low input voltages and as a classic...

    Cheap DC Voltage Doubler Circuit

    This is a cheap DC Voltage Doubler Circuit diagram, which requires a few components and will deliver 10V from a 5V power supply. If the oscillator must be built from a non-functional gate then is required 2 more components: R1 and C3. The most important parameters of this voltage doubler circuit are given in the table below....

    USB DC Power Supply from Cigar Lighter Socket

    The diagram shows the circuit of a versatile USB power socket that safely converts the 12V battery voltage into stable 5V. This circuit makes it possible to power/recharge any USB power-operated device, using in-dash board cigar lighter socket of your car. The DC supply available from the cigar lighter socket is fed to an...

    Variable Power Supply with UA78G/UA79G

    A stable variable power supply with an adjustable output voltage from 5 volts to 30 volts can be easily constructed with the regulator ICs UA78G or UA79G. These ICs differ from the common three-terminal regulator since their output voltages are adjustable by a voltage level at their control inputs. The maximum current...

    Variable Power Supply with 78XX regulator

    This variable power supply is using 7805, 7809, 7812 or 7815 voltage regulators, where the last 2 digits represents the maximum output voltage of the IC. This circuit offers excellent ripple rejection, eliminates mains hum, and has a design using a pi filtered C-L-C. A core should be chosen to work within the specific...

    Desktop PC Linear Power Supply Circuit

    Useful for electronics hobbyists, this linear workbench desktop power supply circuit converts a high input voltage (12V) from the SMPS of a PC into low output voltage (1.25 to 9 volts). An adjustable three-pin voltage regulator chip LM317T (IC1) is used here to provide the required voltages. The LM317T regulator, in TO-220...

    Reverse Polarity Protection Battery Charger

    This reverse polarity protection NiCd battery charger can charge up to 7 NiCd batteries connected in series. This number can be increased if the power supply is increased with 1.65V for each supplementary battery. If T2 is mounted on a proper heatsink, the input voltage can be increased at a maximum of 25V. Unlike most of...

    OverVoltage Protection Circuit

    This overvoltage protection or crowbar protection circuit is used where we need protection against high voltage surge. The circuit has a few components, it is very easy to build and will protect your electric equipment againg overvoltages. The crowbar circuit must be mounted between power supply and the protected device. The...

    Universal Power Supply Circuit

    This universal power supply contains, beside the bridge rectifier, a voltage stabilizer (78xx) and a pnp power transistor. This combination allow a load current up to 5 A. As you know a voltage stabilizer in a TO-220 package can deliver up to 1A. The additional power transistor takes the load current of about 200mA. The...

    General Purpose Power Supply

    This general purpose power supply can e used for supply output voltages from 1 to 35V. The line transformer should be selected to give about 1.4 times the desired output voltage from the positive side of filter capacitor C1 to ground. Potentiometer R2 sets the output voltage to the desired value by adjusting the reference...