5V to 1.5 Converter Circuit -Simple Electronic Project
A make Circuit a 5V to 1.5V converter. its current capacity is 1.5 amp, heatsink is needed when the load is more than 0.5A. Only a few electronic components are required to make this simple buck converter. Transistor 13003 or MJE13003 Potentiometer 5K Capacitor 1uf 50V.
5V to 1.5V Converter, we are using a 13003 Transistor. The IC has 3 pins which help to step up the DC voltage
Consider finding a linear regulator with a low drop-out that can effectively regulate the battery voltage to 1.5V.
Components Needed for this Project:
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- 13003 Transistor [See Buy Click Amazon]
- 5k Ohm Varible Resistor [See Buy Click Amazon]
- 1uF (50v) Capacitor [See Buy Click Amazon]
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This circuit works with a 5V input voltage of 1.5 V output, Maximum output current, and short circuit point to adjust the output voltage (to avoid the market for the same type of adjustable voltage potentiometer is not permitted phenomenon), the default output voltage is 1.25V.
For converting DC 5 Volts to DC 1.5 volts, accurately, it is essential to know the Load Current. If the load is varying, resistances cannot be used to reduce the voltage. For small currents (say 0.1–0.2 Amp) even a Potentiometer can be used to reduce voltage to the required level.
Universal Adjustable DC to DC Step Down Power Supply Module Buck Converter DC 5V To DC 1.25V simple buck converter make a circuit diagram.
Frequently asked questions
You can if the current down is always the same and doesn't vary when the device operates. You will then only need one resistor in line to drop Volages 5V - 3.5V = 1.5V. If the current down by the device varies you will need an active regulator.
A resistor would have to offer a resistance Resistor sufficient to cause a 5V voltage drop in the circuit from one side of the resistor to the other leaving the 1.5V you need for your component.
5V to 1.5v converter. its current capacity is 1.5 amp, heatsink is needed when the load is more than 0.5A. Only a few electronic components are required to make this simple buck converter.
A device with a charger that has more current capacity than needed. Since the voltage is held constant (5V), the only factor that determines the current draw is the load (another term for resistance).
A way to convert a 5V analog signal to a 3.3V analog signal is to use a resistor. determines current draw is the load.
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