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A very simple variable power supply with a DC output voltage adjustable from 1-3- Volts, with a maximum DC current of 5 Amps. Uses LM338 DC voltage regulator IC.
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Variable-voltage DC power supply circuit. The output DC voltage is adjustable from 0.7-24V, with current limiting range from 50mA up to 2 Amps. Main transistor is the 2N3055.
An extremely simple and cheap DC power supply with variable voltage (1.2-25 Volts) control. The circuit uses an LM317 integrated voltage regulator Ic.
Photo: 3 Amp Variable DC Power Supply 3 Amp Variable DC Power Supply
Provides 3 amps current at 3-30 Volts DC. Reduces ripple voltage to almost non-existant.
Photo: Bench DC Power Supply Kit Bench DC Power Supply Kit
Build this educational Deluxe Bench DC Power Supply Kit
Photo: Bench AC/DC Power Supply Kit Bench AC/DC Power Supply Kit
Build this educational Deluxe Bench DC Power Supply Kit
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Data sheet for the 7805 (LM7805), a compact IC 5v DC voltage regulator integrated circuit. This page further describes the 7805 and provides Datasheets for the IC device.
Photo: DC Motor Controller Kit DC Motor Controller Kit
Vary the speed of your DC motor with this inexpensive circuit. Gear boxes can be costly and series resistors may cause stalling. This circuit delivers the voltage to the motor with pulses and the speed is controlled via pulse width modulation (PWM). The s
Photo: Variable Power Supply with Transformer Variable Power Supply with Transformer
A very basic power supply that can be adjusted over a range of about 1.5 to 35 volts DC. If you add a heat sink (included), you can run it as hot as 2 Amps output; otherwise about 60 mA @ 12 volts. This is a text book circuit using an LM317, which is a 3
These 50/60 hz hum filters help remove the unwanted AC mains-line humming or buzzing sound from audio Remove 60 Hz hums.
Photo: LM317 Variable Power Supply LM317 Variable Power Supply
A very basic power supply that can be adjusted over a range of about 1.5 to 35 volts DC. If you add a heat sink (included), you can run it as hot as 2 Amps output; otherwise about 60 mA @ 12 volts. This is a text book circuit using an LM317, which is a 3
PCB plans and circuit diagram (schematic) for what appears to be an extremely nice 100 watt guitar amplifier. Includes preamplifier and power amplifier circuit diagram and PCBs
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A low power consumption circuit that uses few components in order to power a 6 inch fluorescent tube (AC) from 12 Volts DC.
Photo: Servo Motor Driver Servo Motor Driver
Using a PIC 16C71, a crystal, 8 resistors & 4 capacitors this kit will independently control up to 4 servo motors. We do not supply the potentiometers or servo motors. (We used a Futaba FP-S148 for out tests.) 5V DC power supply required. Full instruction
Metal detectors a tons of fun. These metal detector electronic circuits will enable you to go hunting for all kinds of cool stuff, wherever you like!
Shows the pins and wiring instructions for creating an RS-232 Null Modem for your PC.
Photo: Negative Adjustable Power Supply Negative Adjustable Power Supply
Compact negative adjustable power supply
Photo: Positive Adjustable Power Supply Positive Adjustable Power Supply
Compact positive (K124) and negative (K125) adjustable power supply +/-
Photo: Touch Switch Relay Board Touch Switch Relay Board
Both a touch and a contact switch are built on one PC board so that the builder can see how each works. A battery can power the contact switch but you'll need an AC power supply for the touch switch to work well. The circuit switches a relay with a 3 Amp