SIMPLIFIED DESIGN LINEAR POWER SUPPLIESby John D. Lenk
* No previous design experience is
An all-inclusive, one-strop guide to linear power supply design, using step-by-step instructions and diagrams. The first half of the book describes how linear power supplies operate, and explains what is required to design them. The second half provides specific design examples, using the techniques described in the first half.
* No previous design experience is required to use the techniques described
* All popular forms of linear supplies are covered in detail (including zener, 3-terminal, feedback, current foldback, op-amp, series, shunt, and IC package).
* Extensive use of headings and subheadings helps the reader seeking information on specific types of supplies
The basic approach in Simplified Design of Linear Power Supply is to start design problems with approximations for trial-value components in experimental circuits, then to vary the component values until the desired results (input/output, voltage and current, line and load regulation, ripple rejection, noise, etc.) are produced. The design examples can be put to immediate use, as is, or can be modified as required to meet a specific design goal, by following the instructions.
About The Author:
John D. Lenk has been a technical author specializing in practical electronic design and troubleshooting guides for more than 40 years. An established writer of international best-sellers in the field of electronics, Mr. Lenk is the author of more than 80 books on electronics, which together have sold well over two million copies in nine languages.
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