Shobhit Dimri
Bipin Tripathi Kumaon Institute of Technology (BTKIT), Dwarahat
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9 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Voltage across output in an amplifier
Output voltage =Open circuit voltage gain*Input voltage*(Load resistance/(Load resistance+Output resistance)) GO
Output Voltage For Boost Regulator (DCM)
Output voltage =Input voltage+((Input voltage^2*duty Cycle^2*time commutation)/2*Inductance*output current ) GO
Output Voltage For Buck Regulator (DCM)
Output voltage =Input voltage*(1+(Input voltage*duty Cycle^2*time commutation/2*Inductance*output current )) GO
Output Voltage For Buck-Boost Regulator (DCM)
Output voltage =Input voltage^2*duty Cycle^2*time commutation/(2*Inductance*output current ) GO
Output Voltage For Buck-Boost Regulator (CCM)
Output voltage =-Input voltage*duty Cycle/(1-duty Cycle) GO
Output Voltage For Cuk Regulator
Output voltage =-Input voltage*duty Cycle/(1-duty Cycle) GO
Output Voltage For Boost Regulator (CCM)
Output voltage =Input voltage/(1-duty Cycle) GO
Output Voltage For Buck Regulator (CCM)
Output voltage =duty Cycle*Input voltage GO
Output voltage V<sub>o</sub> of a difference amplifier
Output voltage =(R2/R1)*(vl2 -vl1) GO

Output Voltage (LSR) Formula

Output voltage =Input voltage-(Load current+Shunt Field Current)*Shunt field resistance
V<sub>o</sub>=V<sub>i</sub>-(Il+Ish)*Rsh
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Input Voltage (LSR) GO
Load Current (LSR) GO
Shunt Current (LSR) GO
Shunt Resistance (LSR) GO

what is shunt resistance?

A shunt regulator employs a shunt element that varies it's shunt current requirement to account for varying input voltages or changing load conditions

How to Calculate Output Voltage (LSR)?

Output Voltage (LSR) calculator uses Output voltage =Input voltage-(Load current+Shunt Field Current)*Shunt field resistance to calculate the Output voltage , Output Voltage (LSR) of a Linear shunt Regulator is the difference between the input voltage and multiplication of current flowing through shunt resistance. Output voltage and is denoted by Vo symbol.

How to calculate Output Voltage (LSR) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Output Voltage (LSR), enter Input voltage (Vi), Load current (Il), Shunt Field Current (Ish) and Shunt field resistance (Rsh) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Output Voltage (LSR) calculation can be explained with given input values -> -179 = 1-(10+20)*6.

FAQ

What is Output Voltage (LSR)?
Output Voltage (LSR) of a Linear shunt Regulator is the difference between the input voltage and multiplication of current flowing through shunt resistance and is represented as Vo=Vi-(Il+Ish)*Rsh or Output voltage =Input voltage-(Load current+Shunt Field Current)*Shunt field resistance. Input voltage is the voltage supplied to the device, The load current is the current that the appliance is drawing at that instant, The shunt field current is the current which present in shunt field windings and Shunt field resistance is a device that creates a path that has a low resistance for electric current to flow.
How to calculate Output Voltage (LSR)?
Output Voltage (LSR) of a Linear shunt Regulator is the difference between the input voltage and multiplication of current flowing through shunt resistance is calculated using Output voltage =Input voltage-(Load current+Shunt Field Current)*Shunt field resistance. To calculate Output Voltage (LSR), you need Input voltage (Vi), Load current (Il), Shunt Field Current (Ish) and Shunt field resistance (Rsh). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Input voltage, Load current, Shunt Field Current and Shunt field resistance and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Output voltage ?
In this formula, Output voltage uses Input voltage, Load current, Shunt Field Current and Shunt field resistance. We can use 9 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Output voltage =Open circuit voltage gain*Input voltage*(Load resistance/(Load resistance+Output resistance))
  • Output voltage =(R2/R1)*(vl2 -vl1)
  • Output voltage =duty Cycle*Input voltage
  • Output voltage =Input voltage*(1+(Input voltage*duty Cycle^2*time commutation/2*Inductance*output current ))
  • Output voltage =Input voltage/(1-duty Cycle)
  • Output voltage =Input voltage+((Input voltage^2*duty Cycle^2*time commutation)/2*Inductance*output current )
  • Output voltage =-Input voltage*duty Cycle/(1-duty Cycle)
  • Output voltage =Input voltage^2*duty Cycle^2*time commutation/(2*Inductance*output current )
  • Output voltage =-Input voltage*duty Cycle/(1-duty Cycle)
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