Nope. What you drew is an incorrect version of an old trick for using positive 3-terminal regulators in a +/- power supply. As pointed out in #5, the circuit requires two isolated sources because the negative regulator is regulating the ground, not the - output. This usually comes from two isolated transformer secondary windings. If your +/- bulk DC sources already have a common ground, then you need a true negative regulator IC as in #4.Hi,
I am trying to create positive and negative 35V from 2 58V capacitor tied in series in the PSU unit of a old receiver. Will the attached circuit work for that?
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