[time-nuts] Parallel voltage regulators
donmer at woosh.co.nz
Thu Oct 25 00:15:45 EDT 2007
If you really want to regulate the oven`s supply voltage, my National
Voltage Regulator handbook shows that the LM317T will supply over 2 Amps,
with an input/output differential of between 5, and 12.5 Volts. A single one
of these should do the job OK.
Cheers!,.................................Don Collie jnr.
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Subject: [time-nuts] Parallel voltage regulators
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> A question for those that might know (or have an
> opinion)... I have in hand an LPRO rubidium reference
> that requires 1.7 amps at 24 volts while the oven
> warms, dropping to 500ma while it runs.
> Can I parallel three or four 7824 TO220 style 1 amp
> regulators with a quarter ohm half watt equalizing
> resistor on the output of each one?
> At maximum load there would be a quarter volt drop
> across the resistors and the LPRO is stated to be ok
> running on 16 to 32 volts.
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