In this pin of the IC positive unregulated voltage is given in regulation. This pin is neutral for equally the input and output. This difference between the input and output voltage is released as heat. The greater the difference between the input and output voltage, more the heat generated.
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In this pin of the IC positive unregulated voltage is given in regulation. This pin is neutral for equally the input and output. This difference between the input and output voltage is released as heat. The greater the difference between the input and output voltage, more the heat generated. If the regulator does not have a heat sink to dissipate this heat, it can get destroyed and malfunction. So, we now have 2 options. Either design your circuit so that the input voltage going into the regulator is limited to volts above the output regulated voltage or place an appropriate heatsink, that can efficiently dissipate heat.
What to do with all the heat? A lot of energy is wasted in the form of heat. If you are going to be using a heatsink, better calculate the heatsink size properly. On the other hand, energy actually being used is: 5 x 0.
So twice the energy, that is actually utilized is wasted. On the other hand, if 9V is given as input at the same amount of load: x 0. What we learn: Higher the input voltage, less efficient your will be.
An estimated efficient input voltage would be at about 7. Other circuit components? The bypass capacitors help reduce AC ripple. The two capacitors are not necessarily required and can be omitted if you are not concerned about line noise. Capacitors will be beneficial in this case as they are good at maximizing voltage regulation. The values of capacitors can also be changed slightly. Schematic of IC The heart of the IC is a transistor Q16 that controls the current between the input and output and thus controlling the output voltage.
The bandgap reference yellow keeps the voltage stable. It takes the scaled output voltage as input Q1 and Q6 and provides an error signal to Q7 for indication if the voltage is too high or low. The error signal from the bandgap reference is amplified by the error amplifier orange. This amplified signal controls the output transistor through Q This closes the negative feedback loop controlling the output voltage.
The circuit in purple provides protection against overheating Q13 , excessive input voltage Q19 and excessive output current Q These circuits reduce the output current or shutdown the regulator, protecting it from damage in case of a fault. The voltage divider blue scales down the voltage on the output pin for use by the bandgap reference. Instead, the entire chip becomes the feedback loop. If the output voltage is correct 5V , then the voltage divider provides 3.
This change is amplified by Q7 and Q8, generating the error output. The error output, in turn, decreases or increases the current through the output transistor.
78M05 TOSHIBA Semiconductor CORPORATION, 78M05 Datasheet
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