12V DC Power Supply without Transformer

12V DC Power Supply without Transformer
These are 12V DC power supply circuit which designed without transformer (trafo). These circuit use capacitive reactance instead of resistance; and it doesn't generate very much heat.The circuit draws about 30ma AC. Always use a fuse and/or a fusible resistor to be on the safe side. The values given are only a guide. There should be more than enough power available for timers, light operated switches, temperature controllers etc, provided that you use an optical isolator as your circuit's

Simple 400V DC Power Supply

Simple 400V DC Power Supply
This is a very simple 400V DC power supply circuit diagram, or, it may called as 230VAC to 400VDC converter. The working principle of this circuit diagram is very simple. You already knew the working principle of a bridge rectifier. This circuit is same as bridge rectifier and the working principle is also same. The fuse is used to protect the circuit, if the current is greater than 1 A. (more…)

Simple Symmetrical Power supply +25v -25v

Simple Symmetrical Power supply +25v -25v
This symmetrical unregulated power supply is used to feed the audio amplifier based on LM1875 amplifier module National Semiconductor. With symmetrical 30V DC source the amplifier capable of delivering up to 30W of power using 8 ohm load. (more…)

Dual polarity 15V power supply

Dual polarity 15V power supply
This simple split / dual polarity unregulated power supply circuit provides a +15 Volt and -15 Volt supply from a single transformer winding and one full-wave bridge. (more…)

Unregulated Power supply for high-end audio amplifier with two polarity

Unregulated Power supply for high-end audio amplifier with two polarity
The Power supply for high-end audio recommended for work with with your hi-fi amps shown in the project is actually very simple, without any good skill level is needed to create (or even design) one. There are several factors you should be cautious with, like the routing with higher current leads, however, these can be completed. Form of the following Power supply for high-end audio is simple. A single four Ampere fuse is required to protect the transformer and