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Rangkaian Regulator menggunakan Diode Zener

Regulator is a circuit of regulations or the voltage output from a ration resources so that the effects of increased tension or decrease in net does not affect the voltage ration power to be so stable.

Rangkaian Dasar Regulator Diode Zener

Simple circuit regulator , working on the zener breakdown voltage so that it produces the same output with the zener voltage, however, this circuit is only useful if the current burden of not more than 50mA. simple circuit regulator using zener diode can you see in the circuit under the scheme

Skema rangkaian Regulator Dioda Zener dasar

voltage output:

Resistor value
 With this design approach, you must check the power ratings of your output resistor and Zener diode to make sure they are able to handle the power requirements.

The power rating load of resistor and zener diode must be at least of they are able to handle
 Rangkaian Regulator Zener dengan Transistor

Regulator This is basically the zener regulator is configured with an NPN transistor to produce a large amount of cash. V BE is the base-voltage emitor of the size of the transistor Q1 between 0.2 - 0.7 volt depending on the type of transistor used. By ignoring the current IB flowing in the transistor base, can be counted prisoners of R2 that is needed is:

kema rangkaian Regulator menggunakan Diode Zener

Iz is a minimum flow required by dioda to reach the zener voltage is zener breakdown. Large currents can be known from the datasheet that the size of the approximately 20 mA

If the required portion of greater flow, calculation of base flow in the IB on the circuit can not be ignored anymore. As is known, large currents IC akan proportionate flow straight to the IB or with the right formula

 For such purpose, the transistor Q1 can be replaced with a Darlington tansistor usually have a value of b is quite large. With the Darlington transistor, the base flow of small currents can produce a larger IC

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