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A voltage regulator is an electromechanical component used to maintain a steady output of volts in a circuit. It does this by generating a precise output voltage of a preset magnitude that stays constant despite changes ... More »

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Voltage regulators function by generating a fixed output voltage and keeping the magnitude of that voltage constant despite changes to load conditions or input voltage. Two categories of voltage regulators exist: linear ... More »

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Voltage regulator wiring connects the device to a circuit. It consists of one input, one output and one ground wire that attach to a corresponding pin on the regulator. The input wire, connected to the input terminal, re... More »

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