Transformerless Power Supply
On Fri, 27 Apr 2001 03:18:56 -0300, you wrote:
> Dear PICsters,
> I'm looking for a circuit of a transformerless power supply of 12VCC / 100 mA. Can anyone help?
Transformerless is not usually practical at this power level - a
transformer will be cheaper and probably smaller than any
safety-approvable alternative, unless you can burn off a lot of heat. You could use a capacitive dropper but the cap(s) would likely be
bigger and more expensive than a 12v 100mA transformer.
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