## Voltage regulator circuit with schematic diagrams 4 gas laws

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Over years we have published a handful of voltage regulator circuits in this website – which serve many purposes. In this article I am compiling a quick list of the best voltage regulator circuits that will be useful for all of you. The term “Voltage Regulator” is some what general in nature – it can be an AC-AC regulator or a DC-DC regulator. Basically what it does is simple – it regulates and maintains a desired voltage level as constant at the output gas vs electric oven temperature terminals. So let’s start to dig down our big list #128578;

This is an easy to build circuit using IC 7806 (which is a 3 terminal positive electricity per kwh voltage regulator). The circuit is designed such a way that 230 volts mains is step down to 9 volts using a transformer and is then regulated to 6 volts output. This IC is a stable one with internal current limiting and thermal shut down. It can give more than 1 A current output, if proper heat sink is used.

Linear voltage regulators are power inefficient as they dissipate lots of power in the form of heat. To solve such power efficiency problems, we can use a switching regulator which can gas stoichiometry problems save up to 85% of power compared to a linear regulator. Here we have a circuit using LM317 IC – which is a switching voltage regulator and it can deliver upto 3 Amperes of current. The switching regulator operates by taking small bits of energy from the input voltage source and then transferring it to the output with the help of a solid state switch and a control circuitry.

So here comes yet another simple voltage regulator circuit that uses IC 7809 to regulate an input of 16 volts. The 230 volts mains is stepped down using transformer and is then converted to 16 volts DC using a bridge and then electricity generation in california it is regulated using the IC. As you know 7809 is a reliable IC with internal current limiting, thermal shut down and safe operation area etc.

Well, this is a collection of voltage regulator circuits using the LM317 IC – which is an adjustable voltage regulator. LM317 is a three terminal adjustable regulator from National semiconductors and it’s input can range up to 40 volts. The output voltage can be adjusted from 1.2 V to 37 V. Now gas 66 this article is a collection of 4 circuits using LM317.

2. Adjustable voltage regulator circuit – where the output voltage can be selected digitally. This circuit is nothing but a simple modification of the conventional voltage regulator circuit using LM317. Here instead of a pot, 4 resistors are connected in parallel which are activated only by the associated transistors. Thus each transistor acts as a logic level and electricity physics pdf is turned on or kept off. By selecting transistors and turning it ON – output voltage level can be adjusted.

So here comes the first zener controlled voltage regulator. So this circuit is a really simple and easy to assemble type using a Zener and a series pass transistor (2N3055). It can deliver an output current upto 3 Amperes. When you use zener diode as voltage regulator, theoretically you will get 0.7 volts less at output. In this case – 11.3 volts.

Voltage regulator using LM723 IC – which is linear regulator from National semiconductors. The input can be upto 40 volts bp gas locations and it’s output can be adjusted from 2 volts to 37 volts. Without any adjustments, the IC can deliver upto 150mA current and further improvements in current can be attained by adding a series pass transistor – in our gas tracker case MJ3001 a Darlington transistor.