If you need easy to build and good-quality 3A power supply circuit. Many experts often recommended using LM350.

It is a 3A voltage regulator IC for DC adjustable power supply(1.25V to 35V), high-performance, with a few components.

This circuit looks like **My first Variable DC Power Supply.** But this is more output current. So, this circuit can supply more loads. And, we can buy this IC at stores near you.

I know in your mind, now you want to build this cycle. But many times, I was impatient for not learning the components. Then causing the circuit to work poorly. I do not want you to be like me. So, we should learn it first.

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### LM350 datasheet

How to use LM350? Which there is a simple detail to do this:

The LM350 is best for you. Because it is the adjustable three-terminal positive voltage regulator.

Which looks like a popular LM317. We can set the output voltage with only two external resistors. But It can supply the output current over 3.0A, on the voltage range of 1.2 V to 33 V.

In addition, it uses internal current limiting, thermal shutdown, and safe mode.

We can use the LM350 on a wide variety of applications. For example A simple adjustable switching regulator, a programmable output regulator, a precision current regulator by connecting a fixed resistor between the adjust and output pins.

In short, it works like the LM317 but can supply a higher current.

### LM350 Pinout

As in the LM350 pinout above. It looks much like the popular LM317. Also, its pin output connects the heatsink surface.

**Caution!**

Since it has a high current of over 3A, we must mount the LM350 on the large heatsink.

#### Basic Features

- 3.0 A Output Current
- Output Adjustable Voltage from 1.2 V to 33 V
- Load Regulation Typically 0.1%
- Line Regulation Typically 0.005%/V
- Internal Thermal Overload Protection
- Internal Short Circuit
- Current Limiting Constant with Temperature
- Output Transistor Safe Area Compensation
- Floating Operation for High Voltage Applications

### LM350 VOLTAGE REGULATOR CALCULATOR

We love it because easy to use. You see the LM350 circuit below. We use only 2 resistors to control the output voltage. The formula is:

Vout = 1.25 x {1+(R2/R1)}

In normal operation, the LM350 has a nominal 1.25V **reference voltage** (Vref) between the output lead and Adjustable lead (ADJ).

And, since the voltage is constant, a **constant current.** Then flows through the output set resistor R2. To adjust voltage output.

### Using the Resistors list (No calculating)

If we do not have a calculator or busy or slow brain like me. Using the resistors list is an easy solution. Just choose the suitable resistors according to the voltage rate.

1.43V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 68Ω

1.47V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 82Ω

1.47V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 68Ω

1.51V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 68Ω

1.51V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 82Ω

1.52V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 100Ω

1.53V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 82Ω

1.56V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 82Ω

1.57V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 68Ω

1.57V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 120Ω

1.57V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 100Ω

1.59V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 100Ω

1.60V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 68Ω

1.63V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 100Ω

1.63V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 82Ω

1.64V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 120Ω

1.64V : R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 68Ω

1.65V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 150Ω

1.66V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 120Ω

1.68V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 82Ω

1.71V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 120Ω

1.71V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 100Ω

1.72V : R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 82Ω

1.72V : R1 = 180Ω, R2 = 68Ω

1.73V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 180Ω

1.73V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 150Ω

1.76V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 150Ω

1.77V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 100Ω

1.81V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 120Ω

1.82V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 68Ω

1.82V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 150Ω

1.82V : R1 = 180Ω, R2 = 82Ω

1.83V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 180Ω

1.84V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 220Ω

1.86V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 180Ω

1.88V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 120Ω

1.89V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 240Ω

1.93V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 180Ω

1.93V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 82Ω

1.94V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 150Ω

1.96V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 220Ω

1.97V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 270Ω

1.99V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 220Ω

2.02V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 240Ω

2.03V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 150Ω

2.06V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 240Ω

2.08V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 220Ω

2.10V : R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 150Ω

2.12V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 270Ω

2.13V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 330Ω

2.16V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 240Ω

2.16V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 270Ω

2.19V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 180Ω

2.23V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 390Ω

2.25V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 120Ω

2.27V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 220Ω

2.27V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 270Ω

2.29V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 390Ω

2.29V : R1 = 180Ω, R2 = 150Ω

2.31V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 330Ω

2.36V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 240Ω

2.37V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 330Ω

2.40V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 220Ω

2.44V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 390Ω

2.50V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 470Ω

2.57V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 390Ω

2.61V : R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 240Ω

2.65V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 390Ω

2.66V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 270Ω

2.73V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 390Ω

2.74V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 560Ω

2.75V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 180Ω

2.76V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 470Ω

2.78V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 330Ω

2.78V : R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 270Ω

2.84V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 470Ω

2.92V : R1 = 180Ω, R2 = 240Ω

2.96V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 390Ω

2.97V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 330Ω

3.03V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 470Ω

3.05V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 560Ω

3.06V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 390Ω

3.06V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 680Ω

3.08V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 220Ω

3.13V : R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 330Ω

3.14V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 560Ω

3.18V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 390Ω

3.25V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 240Ω

3.28V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 390Ω

3.35V : R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 390Ω

3.37V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 560Ω

3.43V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 470Ω

3.43V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 680Ω

3.43V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 820Ω

3.47V : R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 390Ω

3.50V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 270Ω

3.54V : R1 = 180Ω, R2 = 330Ω

3.55V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 680Ω

3.70V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 470Ω

3.82V : R1 = 180Ω, R2 = 390Ω

3.83V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 680Ω

3.84V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 560Ω

3.88V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 820Ω

3.91V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 1K

3.92V : R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 470Ω

3.96V : R1 = 180Ω, R2 = 390Ω

4.00V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 330Ω

4.02V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 820Ω

4.17V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 560Ω

4.33V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 390Ω

4.36V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 820Ω

4.40V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 680Ω

4.43V : R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 560Ω

4.44V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 1.2K

4.46V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 1K

4.50V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 390Ω

4.51V : R1 = 180Ω, R2 = 470Ω

4.63V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 1K

4.79V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 680

5.04V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 1K

5.05V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 820Ω

5.10V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 1.2K

5.11V : R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 680Ω

5.14V : R1 = 180Ω, R2 = 560Ω

5.17V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 470Ω

5.24V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 1.5K

5.30V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 1.2K

5.52V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 820Ω

5.80V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 1.2K

5.88V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 1K

5.91V : R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 820Ω

5.92V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 560Ω

5.97V : R1 = 180Ω, R2 = 680Ω

6.04V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 1.8K

6.06V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 1.5K

6.32V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 1.5K

6.46V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 1K

6.81V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 1.2K

6.92V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 680Ω

6.93V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 1.5K

6.94V : R1 = 180Ω, R2 = 820Ω

7.02V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 1.8K

7.10V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 2.2K

7.33V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 1.8K

7.50V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 1.2K

8.07V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 1.8K

8.08V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 820Ω

8.19V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 1.5K

8.30V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 2.2K

8.43V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 2.7K

8.68V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 2.2K

9.06V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 1.5K

9.58V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 2.2K

9.77V : R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 1.5K

9.90V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 2.7K

10.03V : R1 = 470Ω, R2 = 3.3K

10.37V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 2.7K

10.63V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 1.8K

11.25V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 1.2K

11.44V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 2.2K

11.48V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 2.7K

11.67V : R1 = 180Ω, R2 = 1.5K

11.83V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 3.3K

12.40V : R1 = 390Ω, R2 = 3.3K

12.71V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 2.2K

13.75V : R1 = 330Ω, R2 = 3.3K

15.31V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 2.7K

16.25V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 1.8K

16.53V : R1 = 270Ω, R2 = 3.3K

16.59V : R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 2.7K

18.44V : R1 = 240Ω, R2 = 3.3K

19.58V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 2.2K

20.00V : R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 3.3K

23.75V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 2.7K

24.17V : R1 = 180Ω, R2 = 3.3K

28.75V : R1 = 150Ω, R2 = 3.3K

For example, you need a 5V 3A power supply. You look at 5.00V. We can see at 5.04V or 5.05V rate.

I look at 5.05V because I have R1=270 ohms. Then I use R2 is 820 ohms. Is it easy?

### Capacitors filter

- Both C1 and C4-0.1uF are input bypass capacitors. It needs if devices (IC1) more than 6 inches from filter capacitors.
- C3-47uF is a bypass capacitor that prevents 86dB ripple rejection.
- C4- 100uF is used to improves transient response. Output capacitor in the range of 1uF to 1000uF of tantalum electrolytic. It is commonly used to provide improved output impedance and rejection of transients.

**Protection Diodes**

When external capacitors are used with any **IC regulators.** Sometimes necessary to add a protection diode to prevent the capacitors from discharging through a low current point into the regulator.

Although the surge is **short**, there is enough energy to damage parts of the IC.

- When negative voltage or 20A spikes flow backward the output will be absorbed voltage with D3-diode.
- Then D2 to
**protect**Out and Adj lead. - D1 is protected
**voltage spikes**to Input and output lead.

Note: D1-D3 are 1N4007 diodes.

**Learn more: **

Gel cell battery charger circuit

0-30V 0-5A regulated variable power supply

12V to 5V converter step down

What is more? let’s build the circuit.

### How LM350 regulator works

In the figure below, the circuit is similar to my first variable DC power supply.

When we apply AC220V or AC110V(for the USA) by pressing S1 to turn on this power supply. The ACV will flow through F1 for protection when the overload or too much voltage input.

Then, the ACV will pass into a transformer that has the ability to transform a high AC voltage to lower levels of AC-18V, and it comes to BD1-bridge diode to convert(rectifier) AC to DC.

Next, they will through C1-4700uF electrolytic capacitor to smooth (filter) the pulsating voltage from a transformer into a steady direct current (DC).

Now we have voltage at this point is 22V to 25V

And then, the current will via to the input pin of the IC1-LM350. As I said above.

It is a 3A adjustable regulator IC. The output regulated voltage can be controlled of 1.2V to 22V by rotating VR1.

## Make LM350 power supply

First of all, get any parts by the list below.

### Components list

IC1: LM350T 3 terminal **positive voltage regulator 3Amp****Buy now. **I think it is interesting maybe it is right for you.

C1: 4700uF 35V, Electrolytic

C3: 47uF 35V, Electrolytic

C5: 100uF 50V, Electrolytic

C6: 1000uF 16V, Electrolytic

C2,C4: 0.1uF 50V, Ceramic or Mylar capacitors

C7: 0.01uF 50V, Ceramic

BD1: 4A 200V bridge diode

D1-D3: **1N4007, 1A 1000V Diode**

R1,R2: 120Ω 0.5W **resistors**

VR1: Variable Resistors 5K(B)

S1: On-Off or SPST switch

F1, 0.5A-1A Fuse

T1, 3A 18V to 21V secondary transformer

Heatsink, Perforated PCB, Wires, DC Fan, LED voltmeter, and others

The circuit has a few parts, so I assemble devices on a perforated PCB.

I like to use it. Because we can build prototypes very quickly and save them as well

Look at the components layout below.

And the wiring of each soldering point of device pins.

See the LM350 regulator prototypes

**Remember:** Using the perforated PCB. We should increase the size of the copper wire in the high-current circuit, such as Ground, Input, Output of IC. You may be added a lead solder to make the circuit line larger. As below.

We need to mount the LM350 with a big heatsink. Because while it runs, is very hot.

It looks like a TO-220 transistor so we mount it the same. Be careful it short circuit to a heatsink case.

I like to make electronics with economical method. We can build a good project. For example, using the device legs as wiring connection points on the PCB.

See below, when I assemble 1N4007 Diode. I use its leg into the wiring connection on PCB.

**About transformer**

The voltage level of the secondary winding of the transformer affects the maximum output voltage level. In this circuit, I need an output voltage of about 22V. So I use a secondary coil of 18V.

But if you don’t have such a voltage rating. You may use an 18V CT 18V transformer. But only use 18V and CT are used. The rest are not used. To see the illustrations.

Or use a 9V CT 9V transformer, but not using CT.

If you use a 20V transformer, the output will be 25V max. Do not should over-voltage more than 24V. The IC may not run cool.

Another issue is the ON-OFF switch S1 with a built-in lamp or Neon lamp. We will connect the circuit as shown. Of course, we have to clearly define L and N.

**Remember:** Check the switch with a meter for sure before connect to AC main. It is dangerous high voltage!

## Testing

To begin with, check the circuit and wiring for error. Then, adjust VR1 to a minimum. Next, we test this project with apply voltage output is 1.2V.

Then, adjust the voltage to 12V. And next, I try to **use the 12V 50W lamp as the load**. The voltage will must not lower than 12V and I measure the current of the lamp is 3.5A.

You can watch the video below.

This project is good as I need to. I am happy. Thank you for watching.

## Increasing Performance

Also, we can increase the performance of this project as follows.

**Adding a potentiometer**for fine adjusting like an LM317 power supply.

**Adding LED voltmeter**to read easily a voltage level.

It requires a source as a DC power supply. My transformer has another secondary coil. I apply this. See the circuit below.

This is a simple DC unregulated power supply circuit. The AC 6V is rectified with D4-D7 and filtered with C6, C7 to DC 8V for the LED voltmeter and the DC fan.

- Add a cooling fan. While it is running. It is so hot. We should add a cooling fan(12V) to close the heatsink.

Then, We assembled this project on the ABS Plastic Electronic Project Junction Box in Enclosure Case.

Because the drill is easy to install as an electrical insulator And cheap too.

Front of the prototype

Look at! We finished the LM350 adjustable voltage Regulator project.

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## We recommend other circuits using LM350

**12V to 6A 3A DC converter**—you can reduce 12V to 6V for any the circuit. Using 6V regulator.

**24V 3A Regulator**—We love it, and you?

**0-12V 3A Variable power supply**—LM350 can start voltage at zero voltags. And can protect load of wrong polarity.

**High power pulse generator up to 3A max**—It may to control Motor or lamp with pulse. Low current using! It is good learning too.

OR…What is more? it is not enough!

Look: LM338 Adjustable Power Supply 5A and 10A

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Good-Morning! First, I would like to express my congratulations and my thanks by your site. Forgive me, but, I think the english that you put in your posts is a little confused. It would be possible, to you, improving this situation? You see, sometimes is very difficult to me, to understand the text; first,due my bad english, secondly, because I´m a electronics begginer.

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José Mota

Hello Jose Mota,

Thanks for your visit. I’m beginner in English, too. I will write it to easy for you. If you have any questions. Don’t wait please tell me. I like to help you. Sometimes I can help you finish in your projects.

Thanks again.

Have a great day.

Apichet

I Love This Power Supply Circuit!!! I Built A 3 Amp Power Supply Years ago..Instead of a 3 Amp Transformer I Used a 4 Amp Transformer To Allow For A Certain Degree Of Headroom,Anyway This Is Still A Great Design!! Thank You (For more Than 1,000 Times) For A Most Excellent Site For all These Great Circuit Ideas!!! This LM350T is A Handy Dandy Power Supply To Have on any Test Bench!!Happy Building EVERYONE!!

Hi, MR OHM 1970

Thanks for your feedback.

@admin,,,Thank You For letting me come back to a most Excellent Electronics site!!! I love these Electronics Projects,,So Many Circuits So Little Time!!!

oh.. this circuit is easy weekend we will make it. is circuit work?

@mics.

It worked please watch in video and you can builds them as circuit diagram.

Be careful assemble in wrong positions or lead. check error before apply input AC voltage.

THANKS.GOOD SITE

IN TEXT YOU SAY C3 IS 35V BUT IN PICTURE 50 V?

WHICH ONE IS TRUE?

Hi,Ali

Thanks for your feedback.

You can use both capacitors

50V will less expensive than 35V.

But now I have 50V a lot. so use it in this circuit.

Thanks again for observing.

Can i use LM338 in this circuit

Hi,fahad

Thanks for your feedback.

Yes, you can.

hi, im really a beginner in electronics. I am just confused with the polarity of the LM350, you drew that it should be 1-adjust,2-out,3-in, but you used it in your diagram as in-adjust-out?

thank you , About this site

Hi lance,

the position pins of this ic not same between real body and circuit diagram. I see pin then assemble as circuit.

Hi Ammar,

Thanks for your feedback.

I done this circuit .But the (C5____100uF 50V) burst .I don’t know .Why?

I need an answer

Hi Ammar,

Please polarity of C5 maybe wrong.

or the output high voltage over 50V.

I do it

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgOeEQz5b3M

How we add short circuit protection to this power supply

Hello laksahan,

Thanks for your visit. I like your question. In this IC has the overload protection. But it is not sure all time. I think we should external circuit to help it. I will post the circuit for you next time please wait for me.

Thanks again.

Hi.

I did this regulator, but on the outputs gives me only 0 to 4.5v. Where did I go wrong?

Hi Dejan,

Thanks for your question. It has many reasons to make it does not work.

Please check IC connection, check pinout again. and wiring of circuit.

Is Vin of IC okay? It is 28v (Approximately).

Thanks again.

I believe you. you can fly.

I fix the problem. I have bad LM350.

Hi Dejan,

What is going on with it?

Hi, what i must do to make this 0-16v 2a , in power is 18v 2a , i need this for motor dc

Hi Mateusz,

Thanks for your question.

You have many choices.

1. This circuit but cannot begin with 0V. It begins with 1.25V.

2. https://www.eleccircuit.com/0-12v-variable-power-supply-at-3a/

It begins with 0V. However, an output is lower current in a two series diodes.

3. https://www.eleccircuit.com/cheap-adjustable-0-30v-3a-laboratory-dc-power-supply/

It works well. But it is a difficult circuit, too many parts.

I hope you can build a circuit that control your motor soon.

Sir, I have a problem with the lm350 the power supply I built is for a model train layout the question I have is can it provide ac and dc at the same time. I have it set for 13v dc but I also get 33v ac from it what is the problem please thank you in return

Hello RobertBilling,

Thank you for visiting the site.

Since my English is poor. But I am improving.

Do you want 13V DC output?

But you have 33V 2A from a transformer, right?

If yes. The LM350 cannot get it. I may too hot.

ACV to DCV in is 33Vx1.4 = 46V (approx).

It likes 37VDC down.

But there are still many solutions. Unfortunately, I am busy right now.

PS I forgot to state that the transformer is a 2 amp

Hello.I connected the circuit but 120 ohm resistor blew, what could be the problem sir.Kindly help

Hello Jediel Kiunga,

Thanks for your visit. I am happy that you try this circuit. I like it.

It works well. Please check again.

You use two resistors 120 ohms connects in series. It is 240 ohms. They are hot, right?

According to my experience I’ve missed, the wrong position of the LM350’s legs.

And, both Diodes D1 and D2 are switched leg too.

You probably won’t miss it like me.

I believe you can definitely do it. Check it again.

Thanks

Apichet

can you please contact me I need a 30v 20a circuit like the one you have on this page. Can you provide me with the parts?

Hello,

We do not have a transformer of that size, 20A. So, we cannot test this circuit for you.

However, we can still draw the circuit for you. But since we do not have a resource to test it, we cannot guarantee that it will work or not.

God bless you.

Hello,

I really like this circuit and it works well, except it burn LM350 in case of a short circuit.

Could it depend from the C3 tha I’ve never seen in datasheet ? Maybe in case of a short it discharge directly in adj and burn the IC ?

BTW really usefull infos in your site !

Thank you for your comments. It is true accordingly.

But we use this circuit for a very long time. Today it is still in use. We are careful about short circuits.

In the future, we will add a protection circuit to it.

I put D2 in it to prevent a short discharge from C3 that could damage IC1 through the Adj pin.

Thank you again for your interest in our website.

God bless you