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0-30V laboratory power supply

Posted on Thursday, June 5th, 2014 in power supply by DP

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Hare’s the 0-30V laboratory power supply project by Arief Laksono of Electronics Lab:

This project is based on the 0-30 VDC Stabilized Power Supply with Current Control 0.002-3 A and a new PCB layout is introduced here. It’s a stabilized power supply with variable output voltage in the range 0-30Vdc (33Vdc peak) – and variable current 3A and is ideal for your laboratory power supply.

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One Response to “0-30V laboratory power supply”

  1. sergio says:

    hi do you the pcb for this laboratory power supply or where is possible buy?
    Hi Sergio

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