## Wednesday, October 11, 2023

DC Voltage and current Adjustable Power supply, DIY DC voltage controller

This is a dc voltage controller simple DIY using a 2sc5200 transistor. This is a basic voltage and current adjustable power supply. But not a powerful dc voltage controller. You can supply an input maximum of 200V, 15A.

Components used in this project:-

1.2SC5200

2. 47 Ohm 2W

3. 0.22 Ohm 5W Resistor

4. 10k Potentiometer

5. 10 Ohm 2W

6. 5A Diode

Hey Guyz, This time I'm making a variable bench power supply.This is the most useful equipment for a hobbyist and DIY maker cause while making or testing circuits, it needs different values of voltage and current. That's why every DIY maker must have their own bench power supply. Now I'm going to show you how to build an awesome variable bench power supply. So take your tools and let's get started :)

I'm using here LTC3780 DC adjustable buck and boost converter. which is an amazing module. It can deliver DC (1-30V) and up to 10A current depends on your input power source, in my case I'm using DC 12V 3A input power source. I easily get continuously adjustable output voltage (1-30V) and current (0-6A), which is pretty enough for circuit testing and other things. I'm also using 7805 voltage regulator IC for 5V constant voltage and current.

This Power Supply Has Following Features:

Input Voltage 12V DC.

Input current 3A.

Output ripple 50mV.

Constant voltage and constant current.

Short Circuit Projection.

DC Voltage and current Adjustable Power supply, DIY DC voltage controller

This is a dc voltage controller simple DIY using a 2sc5200 transistor. This is a basic voltage and current adjustable power supply. But not a powerful dc voltage controller. You can supply an input maximum of 200V, 15A.

Components used in this project:-

1.2SC5200

2. 47 Ohm 2W

3. 0.22 Ohm 5W Resistor

4. 10k Potentiometer

5. 10 Ohm 2W

6. 5A Diode

Hey Guyz, This time I'm making a variable bench power supply.This is the most useful equipment for a hobbyist and DIY maker cause while making or testing circuits, it needs different values of voltage and current. That's why every DIY maker must have their own bench power supply. Now I'm going to show you how to build an awesome variable bench power supply. So take your tools and let's get started :)

I'm using here LTC3780 DC adjustable buck and boost converter. which is an amazing module. It can deliver DC (1-30V) and up to 10A current depends on your input power source, in my case I'm using DC 12V 3A input power source. I easily get continuously adjustable output voltage (1-30V) and current (0-6A), which is pretty enough for circuit testing and other things. I'm also using 7805 voltage regulator IC for 5V constant voltage and current.

This Power Supply Has Following Features:

Input Voltage 12V DC.

Input current 3A.

Output ripple 50mV.

Constant voltage and constant current.

Short Circuit Projection.