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Fuse Monitor

Fuse Monitor



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Published by: roose1 on Aug 14, 2009
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Fuse Monitor
A simple way to see if a fuse has blown without removing it from its holder.Its not often you can design a circuit using just two components, but with just one resistor and an LED this circuit provides visual indication of whena fuse has blown. LED 1 is normally not lit, being "short - circuited" by thefuse, F1. Note that the LED will only light under fault conditions, i.e. ashort circuit or shunt on the load. In this case the supply current is reducedto a safe level by R1.
9 Volt 2 Amp Power Supply
There is little to be said about this circuit. All the work is done by theregulator. The 78S09 can deliver up to 2 amps continuous output whilstmaintaining a low noise and very well regulated supply.The circuit will work without the extra components, but for reverse polarity protection a 1N5400 diode is provided at the input, extra smoothing being provided by C1. The output stage includes C2 for extra filtering, if  powering a logic circuit than a 100nF capacitor is also desirable to removeany high frequency switching noise.

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