Title

3 pin positive voltage output regulator

Description

Square black tab with a hole through the top, and it sits on 3 metal "pins." It stabilizes unstable DC input voltages without using any external components. This one has a built-in overcurrent limit circuit, as well as a thermal overload protection circuit.

Curator

Holly Hunt

Part Number

AN7805

Other Marks or Symbols

small "M" inside a square, along with 3 small symbols that are neither letters or numbers.

Function

It stabilizes unstable DC input voltages without using any external components. This one has a built-in overcurrent limit circuit, as well as a thermal overload protection circuit.

Manufacturer

Panasonic

Country of Origin

Japan

Evidence

I could not find very much information on this product, but what I did find was pulled from an AN78xx manual -
https://industrial.panasonic.com/content/data/SC/ds/ds4/AN7800_E_discon.pdf

and this website-
https://www.digchip.com/datasheets/parts/datasheet/353/AN7805.php

These references are how I know the information I found is legit. I was not able to find a date of the item's manufacturing, but I assume it was manufactured in the late 1980's or early 1990's, around the date of the manufacturing of the Super Nintendo.

Collection:

Super Nintendo


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Citation

“3 pin positive voltage output regulator,” Mapping Our Devices, accessed October 23, 2020, http://maps.dgst101.net/items/show/259.

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