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Subject: Current regulator, made with discretes ?

Date: 04/15/03 at 9:29 AM
Posted by: janez
E-mail: janez6@hotmail.com
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Hello, we all know (so to say) a current regulator, made with LM317 (pin input=input, pin output is connected via programming resistor to pin adjust, pin adjust=output). This current regulator has only two pins (input and output, no GND) and it's good enough for what I need it. The problem: I need more amperes and higher voltage. Any idea, how to make two-pin current regulator with discrete components ? Thanks for reading.

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