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Abeer baninimra

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Hi :):),
I am new member in your perceptive forum and this is the first participation
I hope to help me
I have ahome work , i can not solve it ,and the dead line of delivery
will be Tomorrow i feel that i have aproblem...!!!

1)design regulator circuit
Vi=15-20 v
Vo=12 v
Il=0-10 mA
2)Design suitabl rectifier to feed it from 220v/50 Hz
3)build it

I’ll be grateful for you if you could help me with suitable solution and model
thanx too much


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Abeer baninimra

New Member
thanx Hero
i am astudent , i syudy industrial engineering in al-najah university in Palestine
i have electonic cource from electricity department and i need to be Confirmed about my solution just
if you didn't help me ,i will tell you just thank you
i am sorry for disturbance that i occur
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Abeer - look up "LM7812" on the internet. This is a simple 3-terminal device that just needs a couple of capacitors to get it working, and operates in that supply range. It will give you a fixed +12V output.

You are going to need a step-down transformer to operate it off of 220Vac. A 12.6V teansformer will work in the read world, but for homework you may want to use a 15V transformer.
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Hi guYz.... i'll be a 5th year electrical engineering student this coming school year (philippines), as being a graduating student, a thesis is required, can someone throw an idea to what can i do or w0rk with..? im looking for a circuit that can save a lot of energy due to high electricity bill in our country.. Thankz..
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