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LM317 VS LM350


Hey guys, welcome back to this blog, today i'll introduce the difference between LM317 and LM350, stay tuned fellas!

LM317 Basics

LM317 is an adjustable three-terminal regulator. The world's major IC manufacturers have similar products to choose from. Therefore, LM317 is a widely used series of integrated voltage regulators, and can be used as a voltage regulator circuit in a DC regulated power supply.


LM350 Basics

The LM350 is an adaptable positive voltage regulator. There are three terminals: Vin, Vout, and Adj. This type of regulator is used to provide an additional 3 amps of current across an output range. This IC is extremely simple to use and only requires two external resistors to set the output voltage.

LM317 VS LM350

The LM317 voltage regulators can provide up to 1.5 Amperes (A) of output current. Where greater output current is required, the LM350 series regulators are suitable up to 3A .

The LM317 / LM350 voltage regulators are extremely simple to use, with only two external resistors required to set the regulated output voltage. The LM317 / LM350 adjustable voltage regulators outperform standard fixed voltage regulators in terms of both line and load regulation. Voltage regulators LM317 / LM350 provide full overload protection. Unless the device is located more than 150 mm (6 inches) from the input filter capacitors, no capacitors are normally required unless an input bypass capacitor is required. To improve transient response, an output capacitor can be added as an option.

That's all for today! Thank you for reading!
eelectriclover 12 april 2021, 10:00
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