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voltageregulator [2017/01/25 16:45]
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voltageregulator [2021/03/06 18:11] (current)
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 Brand: Recom Brand: Recom
-Model: {{R-78E5.0-0.5}}+Model: <kbd>R-78E5.0-0.5</kbd>
 Technical Documents: [[http://www.recom-power.com/pdf/Innoline/R-78Exx-0.5.pdf|Spec Sheet]] Technical Documents: [[http://www.recom-power.com/pdf/Innoline/R-78Exx-0.5.pdf|Spec Sheet]]
  
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 Which can be purchased from [[http://robotseed.com/index.php?id_product=20&controller=product&id_lang=2|Robotseed]] or [[http://shop.uberclock.com/collections/smoothie/products/switching-regulator-dc-to-dc-5v|Uberclock]] Which can be purchased from [[http://robotseed.com/index.php?id_product=20&controller=product&id_lang=2|Robotseed]] or [[http://shop.uberclock.com/collections/smoothie/products/switching-regulator-dc-to-dc-5v|Uberclock]]
  
-<callout type="info" icon="true" title=" [[http://www.audioholics.com/home-theater-connection/connecting-an-external-amp-to-a-receiver/image|More power]]">+<callout type="info" icon="true" title="More power">
  
 If you are intending to power a ReprapDiscount Full Graphic LCD controller off 5V power supplied by an on-board regulator, you will most likely need a 1-Amp version of the regulator, as the backlight of the GLCD requires 250mA alone.   If you are intending to power a ReprapDiscount Full Graphic LCD controller off 5V power supplied by an on-board regulator, you will most likely need a 1-Amp version of the regulator, as the backlight of the GLCD requires 250mA alone.  
  
-Recom part {{R-78E5.0-**1.0**}} is the same size/pin configuration as the recommended part above.+Recom part <kbd>R-78E5.0-**1.0**</kbd> is the same size/pin configuration as the recommended part above.
  
 It is available at Digikey, and likely at other major electronics component sites. It is available at Digikey, and likely at other major electronics component sites.
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 +[[http://www.audioholics.com/home-theater-connection/connecting-an-external-amp-to-a-receiver/image|More power]]
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 This is how it looks when soldered on: This is how it looks when soldered on:
  
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 +<div class='panel-heading'><h4 class='panel-title'>Voltage regulator closeup</h4></div> 
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 +Note the orientation 
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