Power Supplies

An electronic power supply is a device, or a group of devices, that converts normal generated alternating current (AC) power into power that is suitable for electronic equipment. This course focuses on the following devices included in electronic power supplies: transformers, rectifiers, filters, regulators, voltage multipliers, and voltage dividers. The components of a specific power supply are directly related to the requirements of the electronic equipment being served.



Duration: 0.5 hours