can any one tell me if I use capacitive reactance to drop voltage from 220v ac to 12v and then use bridge rectifier to get polarity, now output from the bridge rectifier can shock me with respect to the earthing. in simple word can get a shock from the output.
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Can you get a shock by directly touching the 220V AC live wire?
Does a bridge rectifier somehow stop you getting a shock?
Would an isolation device such as a transformer stop me getting a shock?
YES, more than likely but you can still detect a small tingle on some transformers.
Is a bridge rectifier an isolation device?