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Introduction to Practical Electronics Microcontrollers and Software Design

Introduction to Practical Electronics Microcontrollers and Software Design

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An Introduction to
Practical Electronics,
Microcontrollers and
Software Design
An Introduction to
Practical Electronics,
Microcontrollers and
Software Design

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Line regulation refers to the line input voltage varying. In our case we have a nominal (typical) mains
voltage of 230V AC. This voltage however fluctuates as people turn applicances on and off,
expecially large power users. So these changes in line input voltage should not effect the output
voltage.
One of the power supplies above quoted Line regulation (240V +/-5%): 10mV this means that if the
mains voltage varies by up to 5% either side of 240V then the output voltage will change by no more
than 10mV. Another one quoted Line Regulation: ≤0.01%+3mV so when the input AC voltage varies
0.01% of that variation + 3mV may be passed through to the output.

The 7805 Line regulation from the datasheet is 10mV, which means that if the input DC voltage
changes then the output voltage will change no more than 10mV.

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