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Page: technics-base-circuits-voltage-divider_en.htm
Date: 2018.05.30 15:50:02 (UTC+1)
Name: Samuel

Comment:
Thanks for this useful post on Voltage dividers. I liked the Zener diode portion, Since it added more in my EE info. Recently I met a useful tool on voltage divider calculations. I though it'll be useful for Homofaciens visitors as well. http://www.voltagedividercalculator.com/voltage-divider-calculator/

Me: Thanks for sharing that tool.

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Page: technics-base-circuits-voltage-divider_en.htm
Date: (UTC+1)
Name: mihret belete

Comment:
what is the application of diodes in voltage divider rule

Me: What circuit (Figure number) are you talking about?




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Page: technics-base-circuits-voltage-divider_en.htm
Date: 2017.02.04 15:37:45 (UTC+1)
Name: jack

Comment:
hi,

can i use a potentiometer connected to a transistor's base to create an unjustable linear voltage regulator?

Thanks.

Me: No! Have a look at my chapter about constant voltage to see how it works.

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Page: technics-base-circuits-voltage-divider_en.htm
Date: 2015.11.16 at 16:52:43 (UTC+1)
Name: David

Comment:
Hi,

my question is:

can a zener voltage regulator circuit, reduced at his minimal expresion,  seen as a voltage divider?

Thank you

David DueƱas

Me: Reduced to it's minimum, the circuit is composed of an ohmic resistor and a zener diode switched in series. Since that construct divides the input voltage, it is indeed a voltage divider.