0.1 F 3 The MC7800 regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the MC7805C is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: I 2 6 1.0 k + 5.0R V ) IB 4 10 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V ^ 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 , 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 7. Current Regulator Figure 8. Adjustable Output Regulator RSource MJ2955 or Equiv. Input Input 0.33 F R RSC RSource MC78XX 0.33 F 2N6049 or Equiv. Output R 10 F 1.0 F MJ2955 or Equiv. 1.0 F 10 F XX = 2 digits of type number indicating voltage. MC78XX 1.0

The MC7800 regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the MC7805C is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 1.0 k I 5.0V I B O R 2 6 0.1 F 3 4 10 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V IB 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 , 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 8. Current Regulator Figure 9. Adjustable Output Regulator RSource MJ2955 or Equiv. Input Input 0.33 F R RSC RSource 0.33 F Output MC78XX R 10 F 1.0 F 1.0 F 10 F XX = 2 digits of type number indicating voltage. MJ2955 or Equiv. 2N6049 or Equiv. MC78XX 1.0

The MC7800 regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the MC7805C is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 1.0 k I 5.0V I B O R 2 6 0.1 F 3 4 10 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V IB 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 , 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 8. Current Regulator Figure 9. Adjustable Output Regulator RSource MJ2955 or Equiv. Input Input 0.33 F R RSC RSource 0.33 F Output MC78XX R 10 F 1.0 F 1.0 F 10 F XX = 2 digits of type number indicating voltage. MJ2955 or Equiv. 2N6049 or Equiv. MC78XX 1.0

2 0.1 F 6 3 The MC7800 regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the MC7805C is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 1.0 k I 5.0V I B O R 4 10 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V IB 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 , 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 8. Current Regulator Figure 9. Adjustable Output Regulator RSource MJ2955 or Equiv. Input Input 0.33 F R RSC RSource MC78XX 0.33 F 2N6049 or Equiv. Output R 10 F 1.0 F MJ2955 or Equiv. 1.0 F 10 F XX = 2 digits of type number indicating voltage. MC78XX 1.0

0.1 mF 6 3 The MC7800 regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the MC7805C is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 1.0 k 5.0V I + )I B O R 4 10 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V IB ^ 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 W, 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 9. Current Regulator Figure 10. Adjustable Output Regulator RSource MJ2955 or Equiv. Input Input 0.33 mF R RSC RSource MC78XX 0.33 mF 2N6049 or Equiv. Output R 10 mF 1.0 mF MJ2955 or Equiv. 1.0 mF 10 mF MC78XX 1.0 mF Output XX = 2 digits of type number

round loops and lead resistance drops since the regulator has no external sense lead. Figure 7. Current Regulator Figure 8. Adjustable Output Regulator MC7805 Input Output R 0.33 F IO MC7805 Input Constant Current to Grounded Load 7 0.33 F 1.0 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V ^ 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 , 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 9. Current Boost Regulator Figure 10. Short Circuit Protection MJ2955 or Equiv. Input RSC RSource Input 0.33 F R MC78XX 1.0 F Output 1.0 F XX = 2 digits of type number indicating voltage. The MC7800 series can be current boosted with a PNP transistor. The MJ2955 pr

2 0.1 F 6 3 The MC7800 regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the MC7805C is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 1.0 k I 5.0V I B O R 4 10 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V IB 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 , 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 8. Current Regulator Figure 9. Adjustable Output Regulator RSource MJ2955 or Equiv. Input Input 0.33 F R RSC RSource MC78XX 0.33 F 2N6049 or Equiv. Output R 10 F 1.0 F MJ2955 or Equiv. 1.0 F 10 F XX = 2 digits of type number indicating voltage. MC78XX 1.0

0.1 mF 6 3 The MC7800 regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the MC7805C is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 1.0 k 5.0V I + )I B O R 4 10 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V IB ^ 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 W, 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 9. Current Regulator Figure 10. Adjustable Output Regulator RSource MJ2955 or Equiv. Input Input 0.33 mF R RSC RSource MC78XX 0.33 mF 2N6049 or Equiv. Output R 10 mF 1.0 mF MJ2955 or Equiv. 1.0 mF 10 mF MC78XX 1.0 mF Output XX = 2 digits of type number

0.1 mF 6 3 The MC7800 regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the MC7805C is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 1.0 k 5.0V I + )I O B R 4 10 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V IB ^ 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 W, 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 9. Current Regulator Figure 10. Adjustable Output Regulator RSource MJ2955 or Equiv. Input Input 0.33 mF R RSC RSource MC78XX 0.33 mF 2N6049 or Equiv. Output R 10 mF 1.0 mF MJ2955 or Equiv. 1.0 mF 10 mF XX = 2 digits of type number indicating voltage. M

Grounded Load 7 - 0.33F These regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the LM340-5.0 is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 2 0.1F 6 + 1k 3 10k 4 MC1741G 5.0 V IO = + IQ R IQ Vout, 7.0 V to 20 V Vin - VO 2.0 V ^ 1.5 mA over line and load changes For example, a 1 A current source would require R to be a 5 , 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 16. Current Boost Regulator Figure 17. Short Circuit Protection MJ2955 or Equiv Input RSC MJ2955 or Equiv. Input R LM340 Output 2N6049 or Equiv. R LM340 1.0F Output 0.1F 1.0F The LM340, A series can be current boosted with a PNP transistor. The

2 0.1 F 6 3 The MC7800 regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the MC7805C is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 1.0 k I 5.0V I B O R 4 10 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V IB 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 , 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 8. Current Regulator Figure 9. Adjustable Output Regulator RSource MJ2955 or Equiv. Input Input 0.33 F R RSC RSource MC78XX 0.33 F 2N6049 or Equiv. Output R 10 F 1.0 F MJ2955 or Equiv. 1.0 F 10 F XX = 2 digits of type number indicating voltage. MC78XX 1.0

0.1 mF 6 3 The MC7800 regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the MC7805C is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 1.0 k 5.0V I + )I O B R 4 10 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V IB ^ 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 W, 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 9. Current Regulator Figure 10. Adjustable Output Regulator RSource MJ2955 or Equiv. Input Input 0.33 mF R RSC RSource MC78XX 0.33 mF 2N6049 or Equiv. Output R 10 mF 1.0 mF MJ2955 or Equiv. 1.0 mF 10 mF XX = 2 digits of type number indicating voltage. M

Grounded Load 7 - 0.33F These regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the LM340-5.0 is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 2 0.1F 6 + 1k 3 10k 4 MC1741G 5.0 V + IQ IO = R IQ Vout, 7.0 V to 20 V Vin - VO 2.0 V ^ 1.5 mA over line and load changes For example, a 1 A current source would require R to be a 5 , 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 16. Current Boost Regulator Figure 17. Short Circuit Protection MJ2955 or Equiv Input RSC MJ2955 or Equiv. Input R LM340 Output 2N6049 or Equiv. R LM340 1.0F Output 0.1F 1.0F The LM340, A series can be current boosted with a PNP transistor. The

0.1 mF 6 3 The MC7800 regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the MC7805C is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 1.0 k 5.0V I + )I B O R 4 10 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V IB ^ 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 W, 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 9. Current Regulator Figure 10. Adjustable Output Regulator RSource MJ2955 or Equiv. Input Input 0.33 mF R RSC RSource MC78XX 0.33 mF 2N6049 or Equiv. Output R 10 mF 1.0 mF MJ2955 or Equiv. 1.0 mF 10 mF MC78XX 1.0 mF Output XX = 2 digits of type number

Grounded Load 7 - 0.33F These regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the LM340-5.0 is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 2 0.1F 6 + 1k 3 10k 4 MC1741G 5.0 V IO = + IQ R IQ Vout, 7.0 V to 20 V Vin - VO 2.0 V ^ 1.5 mA over line and load changes For example, a 1 A current source would require R to be a 5 , 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 16. Current Boost Regulator Figure 17. Short Circuit Protection MJ2955 or Equiv Input RSC MJ2955 or Equiv. Input R LM340 Output 2N6049 or Equiv. R LM340 1.0F Output 0.1F 1.0F The LM340, A series can be current boosted with a PNP transistor. The

0.1 mF 6 3 The MC7800 regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the MC7805C is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 1.0 k I + 5.0V ) I B O R 4 10 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V IB ^ 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 W, 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 8. Current Regulator Figure 9. Adjustable Output Regulator RSource MJ2955 or Equiv. Input Input 0.33 mF R RSC RSource MC78XX 0.33 mF 2N6049 or Equiv. Output R 10 mF 1.0 mF MJ2955 or Equiv. 1.0 mF 10 mF MC78XX 1.0 mF Output XX = 2 digits of type number

0.1 mF 6 3 The MC7800 regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the MC7805C is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 1.0 k I + 5.0V ) I B O R 4 10 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V IB ^ 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 W, 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 8. Current Regulator Figure 9. Adjustable Output Regulator RSource MJ2955 or Equiv. Input Input 0.33 mF R RSC RSource MC78XX 0.33 mF 2N6049 or Equiv. Output R 10 mF 1.0 mF MJ2955 or Equiv. 1.0 mF 10 mF MC78XX 1.0 mF Output XX = 2 digits of type number

0.1 mF 6 3 The MC7800 regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the MC7805C is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 1.0 k 5.0V I + )I O B R 4 10 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V IB ^ 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 W, 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 9. Current Regulator Figure 10. Adjustable Output Regulator RSource MJ2955 or Equiv. Input Input 0.33 mF R RSC RSource MC78XX 0.33 mF 2N6049 or Equiv. Output R 10 mF 1.0 mF MJ2955 or Equiv. 1.0 mF 10 mF XX = 2 digits of type number indicating voltage. M

Grounded Load 7 - 0.33F These regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the LM340-5.0 is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 2 0.1F 6 + 1k 3 10k 4 MC1741G 5.0 V + IQ IO = R IQ Vout, 7.0 V to 20 V Vin - VO 2.0 V ^ 1.5 mA over line and load changes For example, a 1 A current source would require R to be a 5 , 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 16. Current Boost Regulator Figure 17. Short Circuit Protection MJ2955 or Equiv Input RSC MJ2955 or Equiv. Input R LM340 Output 2N6049 or Equiv. R LM340 1.0F Output 0.1F 1.0F The LM340, A series can be current boosted with a PNP transistor. The

0.1 F 3 The MC7800 regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the MC7805C is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: I 2 6 1.0 k + 5.0R V ) IB 4 10 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V ^ 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 , 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 9. Current Boost Regulator Figure 10. Short Circuit Protection RSource MJ2955 or Equiv. Input Input 0.33 F R RSC RSource MC78XX MJ2955 or Equiv. 0.33 F 2N6049 or Equiv. Output R 10 F 1.0 F 1.0 F XX = 2 digits of type number indicating voltage. The MC7800 seri

0.1 mF 6 3 The MC7800 regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the MC7805C is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 1.0 k I + 5.0V ) I B O R 4 10 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V IB ^ 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 W, 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 8. Current Regulator Figure 9. Adjustable Output Regulator RSource MJ2955 or Equiv. Input Input 0.33 mF R RSC RSource MC78XX 0.33 mF 2N6049 or Equiv. Output R 10 mF 1.0 mF MJ2955 or Equiv. 1.0 mF 10 mF MC78XX 1.0 mF Output XX = 2 digits of type number

0.1 mF 6 3 The MC7800 regulators can also be used as a current source when connected as above. In order to minimize dissipation the MC7805C is chosen in this application. Resistor R determines the current as follows: 1.0 k I + 5.0V ) I B O R 4 10 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V IB ^ 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 W, 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 9. Current Regulator Figure 10. Adjustable Output Regulator RSource MJ2955 or Equiv. Input Input 0.33 mF R RSC RSource MC78XX MJ2955 or Equiv. 0.33 mF 2N6049 or Equiv. Output R 10 mF 1.0 mF MC78XX 1.0 mF 10 mF XX = 2 digits of type number indicating vol

inimize ground loops and lead resistance drops since the regulator has no external sense lead. Figure 7. Current Regulator Figure 8. Adjustable Output Regulator MC7805 Input Output R 0.33 F IO MC7805 Input Constant Current to Grounded Load 1.0 k MC1741G VO = 7.0 V to 20 V VIN = VO 2.0 V ^ 3.2 mA over line and load changes. For example, a 1.0 A current source would require R to be a 5.0 , 10 W resistor and the output voltage compliance would be the input voltage less 7.0 V. The addition of an operational amplifier allows adjustment to higher or intermediate values while retaining regulation characteristics. The minimum voltage obtainable with this arrangement is 2.0 V greater than the regulator voltage. Figure 9. Current Boost Regulator Figure 10. Short Circuit Protection MJ2955 or Equiv. Input RSC RSource Input 0.33 F R MC78XX 1.0 F Output 1.0 F XX = 2 digits of type number indicating voltage. The MC7800 series can be current boosted with a PNP transistor. The MJ2955 pr

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