Battery Eliminator With Voltage Regulator (2,4,6,8,10,12)

Introduction: Battery Eliminator With Voltage Regulator (2,4,6,8,10,12)

This instructable will help to make a battery Eliminator i.e., we can split or reduce the high voltage to required voltage and maintain constantly

Step 1: Collect the Required Items

The required items are
1-Voltage regulators(2,4,6,8,10,12)
2-12 v adapter
3-12 v jack
4-Switch
5-Card board
6- Wires
7-Rotary Switch
8-Soldering gun
9- Some solder

Step 2: Theory

Voltage regulators are nothing but which regulates the voltage constantly
It has three pins
1- input
2-Gnd
3-output
we have different voltage regulators for different voltage we need

Step 3: Making

Make the connections as shown in circuit Diagram
on a PCB if available or else any thin wood. I have used a card board to connect and to build the circuit




Congratulations.!!!!




your battery Eliminator is ready as u switch from one point to another the voltage is going to vary and will be constant



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    7 Discussions

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    BeachsideHank
    BeachsideHank

    4 years ago

    A good use for salvaged regulators, but for the 7812 to function properly isn't the input voltage supposed to be higher than the 12 V. supply your schematic shows?

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    Thejesh mechanical
    Thejesh mechanical

    Reply 4 years ago

    Ya but with this we will get constant voltage

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    Thejesh mechanical
    Thejesh mechanical

    4 years ago

    Now i hve changed the circuit
    You can follow that




    Thank you for supporting

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    snowy1998
    snowy1998

    4 years ago

    Hi, just one point, the wiring diagram you drew makes absolutely no sense, it will not vary voltage or even work the way you have drawn it.

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    DIY Hacks and How Tos

    This is a great tool. It is really convenient to have a voltage regulator at these values.