constant voltage source -

by:KEBO      2019-11-29
Voltage sources are generally recognized as any device that generates potential between its terminals or derives secondary voltage from the primary source of the potential.When the secondary voltage distributes energy from the circuit, the primary voltage source can provide energy to the circuit.For example, the normal battery is the main power supply when the voltage regulator is a secondary power supply.A perfect voltage source is a circuit element in which the voltage passing through it has nothing to do with the current passing through it.This concept exists only in the mathematical model of the circuit.If there is any range of voltage recorded on an ideal power supply without relying on any variable in the circuit, then it is called a separate voltage source.On the other hand, if the voltage on the perfect power supply is calculated by other voltage or current in the circuit, it is called a subordinate or controlled voltage source.A consists of A circuit and an operational amplifier for providing the output voltage to the load.In addition, there is a feedback circuit for feeding the output voltage back to the equipped amplifier.They also have a compensation circuit as well as a second resistor, a second inductor unit and a second bypass capacitor, each end of the second resistor, a second inductor unit connected to each other and a second bypass capacitor.The other end of the second resistor is connected to one end of the second inductor unit close to the circuit.When the other end of the second inductor unit is connected to the load side end of the first inductor unit, the other end of the second bypass capacitor is connected to the constant voltage unit.
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