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I'm building a circuit that uses two 5V inputs and one 24V input. I drew a schematic that I think will work but I want to make sure it does before building it. Can somebody tell me if I'll really get 5V and 24V?

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anjan.raja (author)2015-04-14

sir can you please tell me wich number diod we use In bridge ???
ANd Transformer..clearly ???Pls

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anjan.raja (author)anjan.raja2015-04-14

And can we use 5V,24V,and 12 at same time???
OR wich one we need Only that can use!!???

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iceng (author)anjan.raja2015-04-15

Yes all at the same time.

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iceng (author)anjan.raja2015-04-15

1N4001 ..... What voltage and frequency are your mains ?

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iceng (author)2012-10-18

You may need to choose a bigger transformer and a higher current
DC bridge which only you can decide.

The R2 potentiometer is there to let you adjust the output to 24VDC
R2 worked out to be 4.368K that is why the 5K pot, also keep the
resistors very close to the LM317.

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nobykobe (author)iceng2012-10-19

how can i use this (http://ram-e-shop.com/oscmax/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=1363) switch to control the the power supply circuit as i do not know where to connect the 6 back connections.
Thanks for your help , appreciate it

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iceng (author)nobykobe2012-10-19
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iceng (author)nobykobe2012-10-19

A place I would one day visit :-)

Here is a wiring that answers your wiring.
I don't think Egypt has a 3 wire system.
So disregard the frame ground wire..

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steveastrouk (author)2011-11-12

Hang on....I'm getting something.....

Nope, its gone.

What are you talking about ?

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astroboy907 (author)steveastrouk2011-11-12

I think he is trying to build this, if it would help any... :)

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iceng (author)astroboy9072011-11-12

This 220VAC.12VDC/5VDC is dual supply  :-)  .  .  .  .A

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yonch (author)iceng2011-11-13
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yonch (author)iceng2011-11-16

Thank you so much! I would select it as a best answer but since it's a comment I can't........ thanks again.

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iceng (author)yonch2011-11-16

You select the person for best answer not necessarily the best utterance in a thread.

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yonch (author)iceng2011-11-15
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iceng (author)yonch2011-11-15

Simple sine wave math.
The 18VAC is the RMS voltage. 
Peak voltage is 1.414 times the RMS = 25.4 VDC

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yonch (author)astroboy9072011-11-13
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astroboy907 (author)yonch2011-11-13

I looked at your previous questions :-)

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yonch (author)steveastrouk2011-11-12

I want to convert 220 VAC to 24 and 5 VDC I'm not sure that the circuit that I added would really give that' so that is what I'm asking

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lemonie (author)2011-11-12

May we see this circuit?

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yonch (author)lemonie2011-11-13

http://macoprojects.blogspot.com/2010/09/home-made-soldering-station.html

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iceng (author)2011-11-12

Weelll.... you might deem to reveal this circuit of the added
down converting looping, straight segments, zigzag and more
sophisticate representations that you want our opinion of because
it is null right now. Examples are provided for your edification of what
was asked.  .  .  .  .  A

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