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Power For Your Electronics Projects – Voltage Regulators and Converters

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Today we are mosting likely to look at the absolutely vital but rather ordinary topic of supplying power for your electronic projects. Believe me, this things is crucial!

Electronic tools normally call for either 5 or 3.3 volts, occasionally both. Various other typical voltage needs consist of 6 as well as 12 volts for displays and also electric motors. Some intricate styles (ie. a robotic) need numerous different products with various present capacities.

When you develop your newest robotic or IoT tool you’ll require to think about exactly how you’ll provide these voltages in the real life. On the workbench you can utilize a bench power supply if you have one, a USB adapter or also the USB port on a computer (much like with the Arduino).

When your creation needs to exist on its very own with a line-powered or battery power supply you’ll need to figure out how to get all of those voltages supplied to your parts, ideally easily and cheaply.

I have 9, yes nine techniques of doing specifically that. Today I’ll reveal you a number of different voltage regulatory authorities and also converters ranging from the timeless 7805 3-pin voltage regulatory authority to a little gadget that can supply a constant 5 volts also when your battery is concerning to die.

Take a look at the complying with Table of Contents to avoid ahead to the power supply option of your choice. Or simply sit back and also enjoy the show.

INTRODUCTORY

Breadboard power supply module – 3:00
Power Supply Basics – 6:28

DIRECT REGULATORS

LM7805 – 5 Volt linear regulatory authority – 11:42
LM317 – Variable linear regulator – 14:32
PSM-165 – 3.3 Volt straight regulatory authority module – 17:52
AMS1117 – 5 Volt linear regulatory authority module – 19:47
L4931CZ33-AP – 3.3 volt reduced voltage-drop regulator – 21:43

VOLTAGE CONVERTERS

Dollar Converter Intro – 23:51
MINI-360 – Variable dollar converter – 24:41
Boost Converter Intro – 26:46
PSM-205 – USB boost converter – 27:37
MT3608 – Variable boost converter – 29.07
Dollar Boost Converter Intro – 31:06
S9V11F5 – 5 Volt dollar increase converter – 33:06

That last component is the one I was describing earlier, it actually is an incredible tool and is best for your battery powered jobs.

Just like all of my video clips there is an article at https://dbot.ws/pwrvolt where you will find more details pertaining to every one of the voltage regulators, buck converters, boost converters and buck boost converters stated right here.

Currently go power something up!

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GR Mailbag 19.JL.23 – Parts From LCSC Electronics(EasyEDA Parts Store) – Boost Converter Build

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In today’s mailbag there’s a big lot of parts from LCSC, including general passives and semiconductors, some SMD and through hole, connectors and switches, some specialized parts like boost converters, PTCs, ceramic resonators, lots of things for upcoming PCB assembly projects.

I am using some of these components on one of the new PCBs to test a boost regulator circuit today also.

Links to some of the components:

Boost Converters: MT3608, MP3414, AP3012
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/DC-DC-Converters_MT3608_C84817.html
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/Others_Monolithic-Power-Systems_MP3414DJ-LF-Z_Monolithic-Power-Systems-MPS-MP3414DJ-LF-Z_C193997.html
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/Others_Diodes-Incorporated_AP3012KTR-G1_Diodes-Incorporated-AP3012KTR-G1_C102618.html

Connectors: USB Micro, Momentary push switch, Header pins
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/USB-Connectors_Jing-Extension-of-the-Electronic-Co-LCSC-micro-5P-High-temperature_C40940.html
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/Pin-Header-Female-Header_Boom-Precision-Elec-2-54mm-1-40P-Straight-Headers-Pins_C2337.html
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/Others_GANGYUAN-PB21E09471-32_C194403.html

Trimmer Potentiometer with Shaft:
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/Others_Chengdu-Guosheng-Tech-3296W-1-504_C330437.html

16 MHz Ceramic Resonator:
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/Others_Murata-Electronics-CSTNE16M0V530000R0_C341521.html

Semiconductor: BJT, P-FET, Diode
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/Transistors-NPN-PNP_Changjiang-Electronics-Tech-CJ-MMBT3906T_C61615.html
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/MOSFET_ON-Semicon_FDV304P_ON-Semicon-ON-FDV304P_C10884.html
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/Others_B5819WS_C191023.html

LEDs:
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/Light-Emitting-Diodes-LED_Red-LED-SMDLED-80-100mcd_C84263.html

Passives: Inductor, Capacitors, Resistors, PTC
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/Others_Viking-Tech-PCD0503KT220_C324295.html
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/Aluminum-Electrolytic-Capacitors-Leaded_LCSC-1uF-50V_C2760.html
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/Aluminum-Electrolytic-Capacitors-Leaded_LCSC-4700uF16V_C29884.html
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/Aluminum-Electrolytic-Capacitors-Leaded_Man-Yue-Tech-EGT828M1CL35RRS0P_C238404.html
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/Multilayer-Ceramic-Capacitors-MLCC-SMD-SMT_muRata_GRM155R71C104KA88D_100nF-104-10-16V_C71629.html
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/New-Arrivals_Dersonic-CC1H103MC76DB45A30S8_C377837.html
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/Others_Brightking-Elec-TAIWAN-SMD0603B050TF_C269155.html
https://lcsc.com/product-detail/Chip-Resistor-Surface-Mount_1KR-1001-1_C106235.html

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Power For Your Electronics Projects – Voltage Regulators and Converters

Full article at https://dbot.ws/pwrvolt
More info and projects at https://dronebotworkshop.com
Join the newsletter, and tell me what videos to make at https://dbot.ws/dbnews

Today we are going to look at the somewhat mundane but absolutely essential subject of supplying power for your electronic projects. Trust me, this stuff is important!

Electronic devices typically require either 5 or 3.3 volts, sometimes both. Other common voltage requirements include 6 and 12 volts for motors and displays. Some complex designs (ie. a robot) require several different supplies with different current capabilities.

When you build your latest robot or IoT device you’ll need to consider how you’ll supply these voltages in the real world. On the workbench you can use a bench power supply if you have one, a USB adapter or even the USB port on a computer (just like with the Arduino).

But when your creation needs to exist on its own with a line-powered or battery power supply you’ll need to figure out how to get all of those voltages delivered to your components, preferably easily and inexpensively.

I have nine, yes nine methods of doing exactly that. Today I’ll show you a number of different voltage regulators and converters ranging from the classic 7805 3-pin voltage regulator to a tiny device that can supply a steady 5 volts even when your battery is about to die.

Check out the following Table of Contents to skip ahead to the power supply solution of your choice. Or just sit back and enjoy the show.

INTRO

Breadboard power supply module – 3:00
Power Supply Basics – 6:28

LINEAR REGULATORS

LM7805 – 5 Volt linear regulator – 11:42
LM317 – Variable linear regulator – 14:32
PSM-165 – 3.3 Volt linear regulator module – 17:52
AMS1117 – 5 Volt linear regulator module – 19:47
L4931CZ33-AP – 3.3 volt low voltage-drop regulator – 21:43

VOLTAGE CONVERTERS

Buck Converter Intro – 23:51
MINI-360 – Variable buck converter – 24:41
Boost Converter Intro – 26:46
PSM-205 – USB boost converter – 27:37
MT3608 – Variable boost converter – 29.07
Buck Boost Converter Intro – 31:06
S9V11F5 – 5 Volt buck boost converter – 33:06

That last module is the one I was referring to earlier, it really is an amazing device and is perfect for your battery powered projects.

As with all of my videos there is an article at https://dbot.ws/pwrvolt where you will find more details regarding all of the voltage regulators, buck converters, boost converters and buck boost converters mentioned here.

Now go power something up!