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LM7805 +5V 1A Linear Regulator

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The LM7805 +5V 1A Linear Regulator converts high incoming voltage down to a clean 5V supply, to protect electronics from high or unstable voltages.

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The LM7805 +5V 1A Linear Regulator is a tiny little component designed to protect larger, more complex Electronics Components by converting high voltage supplies down to a clean, stable 5V supply. It can be installed at the start of a 5V circuit, or can be used within a circuit to step down the voltage for specific parts or components. This helps to prevent overloads and to manage the voltages within Electronics projects, and can be a lifesaver if you only have larger power supplies at hand.

The design of this component has been a tried and trusted design for over 30 years now, with only slight changes since then to improve the safety and efficiency. It can output voltages of up to 5V and 1A, but can exceed 1A if equipped with a reliable Heatsink. However, without a heatsink attached, the temperatures will be too high if used for supplies over 1A, which will of course cause the thermal protection to kick in and shut down the unit to protect the other electronics within the circuit.

If you are looking for a reliable Voltage Regulator that can offer a clean and stable 5V supply, the LM7805 is an effective and inexpensive solution.

 

LM7805 +5V 1A Linear Regulator  -  Technical Specifications:

  • Input Voltage Range

– 5 to 18V DC

  • Output Voltage

– 5V DC

  • Output Current

– 1A (Without Heatsink)

  • Protection Features

– Short-Circuit / Thermal

  • Operating Temperatures

– -65 to +150°C

 

Typical Applications for the LM7805 +5V 1A Linear Regulator:

The LM7805 +5V 1A Linear Regulator is most commonly used to either step down power supplies and batteries over 5V, or to step down the voltage within a circuit to meet the requirement of specific components. It includes short-circuit and thermal protection to keep other components safe, and is almost impossible to break as long as you don’t push it to the extreme.

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