What is one characteristic of a linear electronic voltage regulator?
What is one characteristic of a switching electronic voltage regulator?
What device is typically used as a stable reference voltage in a linear voltage regulator?
Which of the following types of linear voltage regulator usually make the most efficient use of the primary power source?
Which of the following types of linear voltage regulator places a constant load on the unregulated voltage source?
What is the purpose of Q1 in the circuit shown in Figure E7-3?
What is the purpose of C2 in the circuit shown in Figure E7-3?
What type of circuit is shown in Figure E7-3?
What is the main reason to use a charge controller with a solar power system?
What is the primary reason that a high-frequency switching type high voltage power supply can be both less expensive and lighter in weight than a conventional power supply?
What circuit element is controlled by a series analog voltage regulator to maintain a constant output voltage?
What is the drop-out voltage of an analog voltage regulator?
What is the equation for calculating power dissipation by a series connected linear voltage regulator?
What is one purpose of a "bleeder" resistor in a conventional unregulated power supply?
What is the purpose of a "step-start" circuit in a high voltage power supply?
When several electrolytic filter capacitors are connected in series to increase the operating voltage of a power supply filter circuit, why should resistors be connected across each capacitor?