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Designing a Dual-rail DC Power Supply

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gechihoney

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Hi, i was given these equipment to design a dual rail dc Power Supply:

2 off diodes (IN4001) 2 off Zener diodes
2 off Resistors (1 kΩ) 2 off Capacitors (1 μF)
1 off Oscilloscope, DVM, AC supply source ( ±12V)

Using an appropriate selection of the components listed above, design and construct a direct voltage supply having two outputs, one positive and one negative.
Im not too sure how to go about it, plssss helppp.. Thanks
 

RadioRon

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Hi, i was given these equipment to design a dual rail dc Power Supply:

2 off diodes (IN4001) 2 off Zener diodes
2 off Resistors (1 kΩ) 2 off Capacitors (1 μF)
1 off Oscilloscope, DVM, AC supply source ( ±12V)

Using an appropriate selection of the components listed above, design and construct a direct voltage supply having two outputs, one positive and one negative.
Im not too sure how to go about it, plssss helppp.. Thanks

The first step is to learn how basic DC power supplies are designed. I suggest you can do this by googling "how to design dc power supply" and then selecting this result:
https://www.st.com/stonline/books/pdf/docs/1707.pdf
When you have finished reading this, you will have your answer.
 
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