Category Archives: Power Electronics



Dual Output Stabilized Power Supply

This is a dual regulated and stabilized power supply, usually used to supply amplifier circuit, it also known as split powersupply. There are 3 output that are (+) voltage, (0) Ground (normal), and (-) voltage. The current output max about 0.3-0.5 A. For higher current output, power transistor is needed. Please take a note that… Read More »

Bench Power Supply I

This is bench power supply circuit for multi purpose usage… This bench power supply features three solid-state DC power supplies. The first supply gives a +1.5 to +15 volts at 1 ampere. The second supply gives a -1.5 to -15 volts at 1 ampere. The third has a fixed 5V at 3 amperes. All? DC… Read More »

Active DC Voltage Doubler

Here is the circuit diagram of active DC voltage doubler which used to increase the DC voltage. This circuit drives relays of 24 and 18VDC from a 12V power supply. Use this circuit can be work with almost any PNP or NPN power transistor, of course the transistor with specific characteristic similar to the transistor… Read More »

5V Regulated Power Supply with OverVoltage Protection

This is the circuit diagram of 5V Regulated Power Supply circuit, featured with over voltage protection. The circuit is based regulator chip 7805; Thyristor SCR 2N1595 and Dioda Zener 1N3997 for overvoltage protection circuit. The 5V regulated power supply is apply 74LS series integrated circuits which has to be really precise and tolerant of voltage… Read More »

NiCd – NiMH Battery Charger

Here is the simple and low cost NiCd and NiMH battery charger circuit which can be used for various battery type and size. This battery charger use a regulator IC of LM317. Schematic diagram: The charge will start if a battery is connected between pins JP1-JP4 or JP2-JP4 or JP3-JP4. For example, if a battery… Read More »

PNP Boost for Positive Voltage Regulator

This is the positive voltage regulator circuit with PNP Boost transistor: The IC8211 presents the voltage reference and regulator amplifier, while Q1 will be the series pass transistor. R1 defines the output current of the IC8211, while C1 and C2 present loop stability and as well act to suppress feedthrough of input transients to the… Read More »



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