Adjustable Voltage and Current Regulator Circuit - Simple Electronic Project
Components Needed for this Project:
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- IRFZ44N MOSFET [See Buy Click Amazon]
- 7812 Voltage Regulator [See Buy Click Amazon]
- 13003 Transistor [See Buy Click Amazon]
- 775 DC Motor [See Buy Click Amazon]
- 10k Ohm Varible Resistor [See Buy Click Amazon]
- 5k Ohm Varible Resistor [See Buy Click Amazon]
- 220 Ohm Resistor [See Buy Click Amazon]
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Frequently asked questions
A variable-regulated power supply is also called a variable bench power supply. This is one where you can continuously adjust the output voltage to your requirements.
A regulated power supply is an embedded circuit. it converts unregulated AC (alternating current) into a constant DC Line. With the help of a rectifier, it converts the AC supply into a DC Line.
Voltage regulation can be achieved by using devices such as tap changers, voltage regulators, capacitors, reactors, static VAR compensators, or flexible AC transmission systems voltage. These devices can either increase or decrease the voltage supply line by changing the impedance, reactive power, or phase angle of the AC Line circuit diagram.
A circuit designed to keep the current flowing through a circuit at a constant rate is a current regulator. A good example of this is a power supply for an LED light.
A regulated output refers to a system that actively maintains a stable output voltage or current flow, regardless of variations in the input voltage or changes in the load conditions system.
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