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Multi-output Power Supply

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power supply schematics multiple outputs

Hi all,
I need to use a multi-output power supply at the moment. Its main specifications are listed below:
- Input range: 100 - 370 VDC
- Outputs:
+5VDC@2A
+12VDC@1A
-12VDC@0.5A
+24VDC@2A

Is there any circuit/IC to design it or is there any module that sold on market?
Please give links if possible.
Thanks alot.
kieennx.
 

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rapid design circuits from national semicond

Quad output supplies are quite common. Here is one source
**broken link removed**
 

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atx power supply lab

E-design said:
Quad output supplies are quite common. Here is one source
h**p://www.meanwell.com/search/DataWebForm1.aspx
HI
the link doesn't work
please resend the correct one
thanks alot
Ahmed
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multi output lab power supply circuits

As usual there are several options ..

- off-the-shelf product - hundreds of them available - example(s): have a look at: **broken link removed**

- budgetary .. "By converting the cheap (free) ATX power supplies that can be found in any discarded computer, you can get a phenomenal lab power supply with huge current outputs, short circuit protection, and very tight voltage regulation.
Here are details:
http://wiki.ehow.com/Convert-a-Computer-ATX-Power-Supply-to-a-Lab-Power-Supply

- and so on ..

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IanP
 

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power supply outputs

the more economic is buying a computer one.
If you wanto to design one there are several options
recomendations
SG3524 texas Instr, National semicond, fairchild semicond

TL594 de texas instruments

and the rapid design circuits from National Semicond
 

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