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 university:courses:electronics:text:chapter-6 [06 Jun 2017 17:02]_deletedUser0_ [6.1.2 Full-wave rectification] university:courses:electronics:text:chapter-6 [06 Jun 2017 17:03] (current)_deletedUser0_ [Regulator Design Example:] Both sides previous revision Previous revision 06 Jun 2017 17:03 _deletedUser0_ [Regulator Design Example:] 06 Jun 2017 17:02 _deletedUser0_ [6.1.2 Full-wave rectification] 06 Jun 2017 17:01 _deletedUser0_ [6.1.2 Full-wave rectification] 31 Jan 2014 16:31 _deletedUser0_ [6.1.2 Full-wave rectification] 01 Sep 2013 15:08 _deletedUser0_ [Regulator Design Example:] 01 Sep 2013 15:04 _deletedUser0_ created 06 Jun 2017 17:03 _deletedUser0_ [Regulator Design Example:] 06 Jun 2017 17:02 _deletedUser0_ [6.1.2 Full-wave rectification] 06 Jun 2017 17:01 _deletedUser0_ [6.1.2 Full-wave rectification] 31 Jan 2014 16:31 _deletedUser0_ [6.1.2 Full-wave rectification] 01 Sep 2013 15:08 _deletedUser0_ [Regulator Design Example:] 01 Sep 2013 15:04 _deletedUser0_ created Line 139: Line 139: The maximum power that could be dissipated in the zener when there is zero current in the output load can be calculated as P<​sub>​Z​ > 4.7V × 66mA = 310mW, so we would choose P<​sub>​Z​ = 400mW. The maximum power that could be dissipated in the zener when there is zero current in the output load can be calculated as P<​sub>​Z​ > 4.7V × 66mA = 310mW, so we would choose P<​sub>​Z​ = 400mW. - ** Lab Activity: [[university:​courses:​electronics:​electronics-lab-26|Zener Diode Regulator]] ** + **ADALM2000 ​Lab Activity: [[university:​courses:​electronics:​electronics-lab-26|Zener Diode Regulator]] ** **Exercise 6.3.1** **Exercise 6.3.1**