The recent demise of my bench power supply — a project I built it back in 1987 — convinced me that it was now time to build a new one. The basic design of my original power supply was relatively straightforward; 1.5-15 volts DC, LM317 voltage regulator, adjustable via a potentiometer, and an analog panel meter to display voltage out. My basic power needs have changed very little since then...
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