Adjustable regulator using L200

Description.
Here is the circuit diagram of an adjustable voltage regulator using IC L200. L200 is a monolithic integrated adjustable voltage regulator IC having features like current limiting, thermal shut down, power limiting, input over voltage protection etc. Here the regulator is designed to produce an output adjustable between 2.85V to 15V at 1A.The resistors R1 and R2 determines the output voltage. The resistor R3 determines the limiting value of output current, here 1A. Capacitors C1 and C2 does filtering.Do not give more than 40V to the input on L200.

Circuit diagram with Parts list.

adjustable-regulator-circuit-using-l200

Notes.

  • Assemble the circuit on a general purpose PCB.
  • Power the circuit with 18V DC
  • Always the input voltage must be few volts higher than the max: regulator output.
  • Fit the IC1 with a heat sink.
  • Output voltage can be varied by adjusting POT R2.

Design formulas.
V out = 2.77 [1+(R2/R1)]
Current limit (I sc)= 0.45/R3

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2 Responses to “Adjustable regulator using L200”

  • scourge says:

    Did you test the circuit ? I have a power supply (probably spelled it wrong) with an l 200
    And i want to kick it up a notch . Curently its running 12 volts and has 2 modes: 1 unlimited current, 2 limited 100 mA current. Btw to get a 12 volt max use 3.3 k as R1 ( tested) and for the 100 mA use 4.7 ohm as R3 (also tested)

  • jack says:

    i want to see the cdi circuit