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Dual Power Supply Circuit

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Dual power supply circuit

Some circuits required dual power for a better operation like a power amplifier, audio amplifier, or another power circuit. That circuits made for operating with dual supply input voltage.

Dual supply means- One terminal gives +ve.  One terminal gives -ve and one is for ground.

Two terminals give +ve and -ve supply accordingly and the third is grounded,

For example If any circuit required 12v dual supply that means it needs three input – 1 is +12v  2 is -12v  and 3 is Ground.

Here I am giving some circuit of dual power supply with regulated and non-regulated output.

Center tapped transformer is best for dual power supply circuits. It Means primary (input)has 2 terminals and secondary (output) has 3 terminals. 

Select the diode for rectifier as per ampere required. You can use readymade bridge rectifier  IC which is available in the market with the different current ratings.

12v dual power supply Circuit (UnRegulated)

Dual Supply circuit diagram

This is the general 12 V DC Dual power supply circuit. The output is not regulated of this circuit

The following circuit diagram gives regulated dual power output, Regulator ic is used in these circuits.

12v dual power Regulated supply circuit

12v dc dual power supply circuit

 

Dual 15v Regulated power supply

Dual power dc supply 15v

9V dual Regulated power supply circuit

9v dc regulated dual power supply circuit diagram

• 79xx ic used to regulate the negative input voltage where as the 78xx ic used for positive input dc voltage regulate.

Capacitor value can be used between 1000uf to 4700uf

• The pin configuration of LM 78xx and LM79xx are not the same so careful when connecting.

• The minimum input voltage should be greater than 3 volt than the required output if you use regulator ic. But if not ic used in the circuit then the same voltage transformer use as output required.

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