Introduction: Super Clean 5V Power Supply

This is a 5V power supply with LM7805 it gives a safe faithful and Clean 5V supply. It can convert 9v,12v,15v to 5v power supply.  I have build this circuit and it's working great. This circuit is completely designed and build by myself so if i have made any mistake(NOT POSSIBLE) than please notify me . 

Parts List :-

470uf / 25v
2.2r / 1w
470r
1k
IN4007
LM7805
LED

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msg4real (author)2012-11-02

Can you please post the schematic as a sch file or the brd file?

I was thinking this would be something easy for me to prefect my PCB making

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jasonamri (author)msg4real2014-09-06

Your welcome:

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msg4real (author)msg4real2012-11-02

Or add a pic with just the traces (leaving one with and having one w/o would be nice)

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lbell12 (author)2014-01-21

Is the 2.2r resistor a 2.2k

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victordas (author)lbell122014-01-22

No 2.2r is not a 2.2k

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victordas (author)2013-01-10

What do you think my dear friend "aaaooo60" ??? Do you really think this type of parts arrangement could handle " 240v AC " ha ha ha. Ok let me clearfy you Max input voltage for this type of circuit is 18v DC (SAFE). That mean's yes you need to add a transformer or you could use this with 12v battery directly .

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aaaooo60 (author)2013-01-09

is i can directly input 240v ac voltage to get 5v output or i have to use transformer first in this ckt

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victordas (author)2012-11-11

bro everything is here its the simplest way and view

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waldosan (author)2012-10-27

quick tip to the author not meant to be sarcastic or anything, labeling where the power regulator IC goes is usually a crucial step when designing a PCB for another person's construction. to smart people like you or me we could look at the schematic and deduce that it goes on the far left between the 470 micro farad capacitor and the 1n4007 power diode, however the average business guru trying to start his burgeoning hobby as a mad electrical engineering scientist can't really tell unless you tell them specifically where it goes.

a good program that does this in my honest opinion is fritzing, it has easy part creation including intuitive generic IC placements. it also has autoroute! though with something this compact i think you'd be better off tracing everything yourself!

still, your design has good solid engineering practices, though i would recommend having a lower capacitance rated capacitor as you're secondary capacitor to smooth out higher frequencies of noise.

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Computothought (author)waldosan2012-10-29

Even in my own instructables, I find I seemed to have missed the most simple things (getting so involved) or the instructable somehow went back to an older version, before where I had to make corrections. Then I have to do it a second time again making corrections. .

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Computothought (author)2012-10-26

Nice, but where does the 7805 go? Is a schematic available?

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victordas (author)Computothought2012-10-29

Computothought : I have uploaded the new picture with LM7805 position and also with Pin configuration previously the picture i have uploaded by mistake i uploaded the picture without showing the ic sorry 4 that

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waldosan (author)Computothought2012-10-27

the lm7805 would probably go due north of the 1n4007 diode where there are three traces that have aligned holes. it makes sense seeing as input, ground, and output all go to the correct pins.

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victordas (author)waldosan2012-10-28

Yes you r right,the three pins, one is connected to IN4007 (main) another one is ground (in the middle) and last one is out which is connected to 470uf and 2.2r

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Computothought (author)waldosan2012-10-28

That is what I figured, but I wanted to hear it from the source.

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