The 10A Adjustable Voltage Regulator Circuit is a power supply circuit designed to output a precise amount of regulated voltage. The circuit uses an adjustable regulator, such as the LM317, to provide a regulated output voltage of up to 37V with an input voltage range of 3-35V. Furthermore, the maximum output current can reach up to 10A while still maintaining an accurately regulated output voltage. This makes it ideal for use in many applications, such as computer and laptop power supplies, laboratory power supplies, and audio amplifiers. An adjustable voltage regulator circuit can be used to adjust the DC output voltage to any desired value. Often referred to as variable voltage regulators, these circuits come in both positive and negative types. They produce a stabilized DC output at a set voltage, as well as having an adjustable control over the output voltage so that it can be set at whatever level is needed for the application. Easily recreate similar elaborated diagrams using the free template and systems provided by EdrawMax.