Modifying LM350 need help!

Discussion in 'The Projects Forum' started by ayane, Sep 30, 2009.

  1. ayane

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    hi, i had built a simple regulating with this ic with sets the voltage ouput around close to 19v.

    r1- 120 ohms and r2 1680ohms.. The ic i bought is the adjustable output voltage type. My input is 21V

    I was wondering how do i modify this circuit so that i can multiple voltage outputs?..such as 15v,16v,18,19,20,etc..

    Any ics that can be used?..prefer those with high output current of about 3A..thx..
     
  2. t06afre

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    May 11, 2009
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    You could perhaps use a potentiometer and a knob with a scale. Or buy a cheap panel instrument
     
  3. rickmartin

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    Sep 26, 2009
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    If you are talking about SELECTING specific voltage outputs, rather than having the continuous control a pot provides, you could replace the pot with fixed resistors and switch them into the circuit with a multi-pole switch. You would have to use the pot, first, to get the proper resistance for each output voltage. The LM350 is a really sweet regulator. I have used them to drive 3055 transistors for high current applications and never had one fail.
     
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