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From: John Devereux
Subject: Re: How to do a 220V AC to 12V DC and 24V DC without a transformer ?
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 18:05:30 +0000
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"Vincent Clerc" wrote:
>I have to design a circuit that connects to the main power (220V AC) and
>transform it to 24V DC (3 amps) and 12V DC (3Amps too).
>Given the amps, a transformer based solution is to big and emits too much
>I thougth using a switching regulator but I don't know how to do that (AC/DC
>without transformer, lots of Amps).
Switching regulators use transformers too. The transformers
are smaller because they run at higher frequency.
>Does any one have a method (or schematic) to do that ??
>Any input or comment is welcome !!!
I don't mean to cause offense, but you should find another
project. It's too hard and dangerous for your (apparent)
current knowledge level.
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