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    DC DC power supply

    Im looking for a DC DC power supply that:

    Input: 12-30V
    Output: 5V
    Putput current: 150mA or more
    Efficiency: 85-90%

    I need it to be in a small package. If you know of any, please post. Thank you.

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    I am acually looking for a switching regulator, so when the input ranges for 12-30V it should output 5V.

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    2 big and not quite what im looking for... im looking for something like this ( http://focus.ti.com/lit/ds/slts057b/slts057b.pdf ) but smaller and i dont need 1.5A of output current.. .. i need only 150mA

    http://focus.ti.com/lit/ds/slts057b/slts057b.pdf

    Thanks

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    Radio Shack 7805 5volt regulator.
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    I found what I was looking for, thanks for your help.

    http://cache.national.com/ds/LM/LM2671.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by modh1984
    I found what I was looking for, thanks for your help.

    http://cache.national.com/ds/LM/LM2671.pdf
    Overkill, and to much external components.

    Try a 7805 as mentioned earlier. Needs 2 caps and your done.

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    >Try a 7805 as mentioned earlier. Needs 2 caps and your done.

    That's an LDO. Might get hot, but not too much at 50-100mA.
    Not high efficiency. Rather more like 40% efficiency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiredwrx
    Overkill, and to much external components.

    Try a 7805 as mentioned earlier. Needs 2 caps and your done.

    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewb
    >Try a 7805 as mentioned earlier. Needs 2 caps and your done.

    That's an LDO. Might get hot, but not too much at 50-100mA.
    Not high efficiency. Rather more like 40% efficiency.

    -Andrei

    I agree it isn't very efficient, though I am not sure why that matters to the OP. As for heat, at 100ma that really shouldn't be an issue. If it is, he can always use something like an LM338, which at 100ma probably won't even notice the heat.

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    heat produced at 150mA

    will be nothing.

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