How To Make 3.7V To 1.5V fixed voltage Converter

3.7V to 1.5V fixed voltage Step Down Circuit Diagram-Mini Electronic Project

3.7V to 1.5V fixed voltage Step Down project

Circuit Diagram

Fixed voltage converter

Circuit Components

  1. BC547 Transistor [See Buy Click Amazon]
  2. 10k ohm Resistor-02pcs [See Buy Click Amazon]
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    Components used to fixed voltage Converter:

    1. BC547 Transistor
    2. BC547 Transistor pinout

      BC547 Transistor(NPN)

      BC547 is an NPN transistor so when the base pin is grounded the collector and emitter will be open (reverse biased) and when a signal is applied to the base pin it will be closed (forward biased).

      BC547 Transistor Features

      1. Bi-Polar NPN Transistor
      2. BC547 Transistor
      3. Continuous Collector current (IC) is 100mA
      4. Emitter Base Voltage (VBE) is 6V
      5. Base Current(IB) is 5mA maximum
      6. DC Current Gain (hFE) is 800 maximum
      7. BC547 as Switch
      8. BC547 as Amplifier

    3. 10k ohm Resistor
    4. Resistor 10k ohm

      Carbon Film Resistor.Value: 10k Ohm Wattage: 1/4W, Approximate Maximum Current: 21.13mA, Tolarence: ±5% Durable and easy to install small, low noise, precise and stable performance.Long service life.10k Ohm Resistor Color Code: Brown-Black-Orange-Gold or Brown-Black-Black-Red-Gold.

    Frequently Asked Questions:
    What is the maximum Collector-emitter voltage of Transistor BC547?

    Transistor BC547 maximum Collector-emitter voltage is 45 Voltage.

    What is the maximum Collector-Base voltage of Transistor BC547?

    Transistor BC547 maximum Collector-Base voltage is 50 Voltage.

    What is the maximum Collector current(Ic) of Transistor BC547?

    Transistor BC5473 maximum Collector current(Ic) is 100 mAmp.

    What is the maximum watt of Transistor BC547?

    Transistor BC547 maximum watt is 500 mWatt.

    Video: Circuit Test



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