A symmetrical power supply circuit (multiple output)

A symmetrical power supply circuit (double output). A symmetrical power supply is a power supply capable of providing symmetrical output that is opposite to ground

Where the positive voltage value is higher than ground whereas negative voltage value is lower than ground

A series of symmetrical power supplies is often required on amplifiers, computers, vcd, dvds, and so on

A symmetrical power supply circuit (multiple output)

Symmetrical power supply can be created using either a CT or Non CT transformer, a bridge diode or a kiprok, and 2 Elco pieces

If the transformer used to build a symmetrical power supply is a Non CT transformer then the circuit that can be made is a half wave power supply circuit

Meanwhile, if the transformer used is a transformer type of CT then the resulting circuit is a full wave symmetrical power supply circuit

The chase is a symmetrical half-wave power supply from a Non CT transformer

A full-wave symmetrical power supply circuit from a CT type transformer

How the symmetrical power supply circuit works

Suppose you build a symmetrical power supply full wave with AC 12V input voltage then with the resulting output is positive voltage (+ 12V), neutral voltage (0V) or ground, and negative voltage (-12V)

• between positive and neutral points there is a potential difference of 12V
• between the neutral point and the negative point there is a potential difference of 12V
• between positive and negative points there is a potential difference of 24V

Generally symmetrical power supply only drains current from positive pole to neutral or from neutral to negative pole and not from positive pole to negative pole

Power supply is symmetrical on the amplifier

A symmetrical power supply on the amplifier is taken because the loud speaker needs an AC current to emit a sound

At the amplifier end of the amplifier there are 2 pieces of transistors are normally the type 2N3055 and MJ2955