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stan2004 posted:

2) For some applications with low-current, it might make sense to install the TO-92 version of the LM317.  Might be even cheaper depending on where you buy.  The idea here is very few designs come anywhere near requiring the >1 Amp capability of the LM317T.

I did a fixed voltage version using the TO-92 chip. 

It's less than an inch long and .3" wide.  You can use any voltage three-terminal regulator in the board to pick a voltage.  You can also stick the CL-2 constant current regulator in the board with no changes for a constant current application like LED lighting.

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