Questions tagged [bridge-rectifier]

an arrangement of four or more diodes in a bridge circuit configuration which provides the same output polarity for either input polarity. It is used for converting an alternating current (AC) input into a direct current (DC) output.

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Diode bridge rectifier convert 13.5v ac to 17v dc

i just make a voltage rectifier as shown below Four IN4007S diodes one 15k ohm resistance one 25v 2200uF capacitor I have a 220v->13.5v transformer, and transformer output is supposed to convert ...
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Deliberating shorting PTC to toggle between FBR and HBR

We're designing a board that needs to interface with a variety of different furnace control boards, some of which have full-bridge rectifiers and some of which have half-bridge rectifiers. Depending ...
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Alternative to center tapped transformer [closed]

I would like to replace a center tapped transformer, which is directly connected to a full bridge rectifier, by two DC lab power supplies. Does that make sense at all? The power connector goes ...
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230VAC to 230VDC converter for flicker free LED construction lights for use in videography/photography

We use LED construction lights for illuminating a photo or video set. As espected the lights flicker with the mains frequency. While in some cases this can be compensated with the right camerasettings ...
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Converting 8V AC to 8V DC - bridge rectifier gets very hot while idling

I am tinkering with an Arduino and recently had to convert 8V AC to 5V DC in order to run it. The project is a custom doorbell, which gets the power from the doorbell transformer (transformer is ...
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Rectified current transformer output is asymmetric

I'm using a current transformer (CS4200V-01L) to measure the current in a half-bridge. I'm facing an issue where the signal out of the current transformer is asymmetric, almost as if the current ...
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Average Voltage of a 3phase full wave bridge diode rectifier derivation

Why three phase bridge rectified waveform is integrated over the half period \$\pi/6\$\ to find the average voltage? Should it not be integrated over \$\pi/3\$\, as the wave form repeat itself after \$...
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What is the purpose of these diodes?

What is the purpose of these didoes? I couldn't find it because I don't know it's name. Thank you. simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab
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Heatsinking considerations for Common Cathode Rectifying Diode

I am using this as rectifying diode in full bridge configuration in one of my power supply designs. My questions are regarding heatsinking of the diodes. They are as follows: Do I need to use ...
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Current consumption calculation + Full wave Bridge rectifier

I am facing to calculate the current consumption in a segment of a circuit as shown in the picture below.I have used the formula (showed in the picture) without considering the impedance of the ...
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Ltspice Full-wave rectified signal issue

I have done a simple simulation with Ltspice with a bridge diode rectifier as shown with the picture below. However I have observed an issue in the shape of the output voltage and not the current ...
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Full-wave rectified signal issue

I have done a simple electronic circuit with a bridge rectifier diode and I have observed an issue when I display the output signal. The output signal on some harmonic doesn't reach the 0 point as ...
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How to avoid voltage drop when using full bridge rectifier as reverse polarity protection

I found a couple of old bridge rectifiers. After reading some docs and tutorials about reverse polarity protection decided to give them a try. The problem is nobody offered a solution against the ...
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How to choose high frequency inductors for high voltage line filtering?

I saw these inductors 680 uH (RL-1294-680) in each power line like shown below. The line to line voltage is 480 VAC. The inductor used has a saturation current of 280 mA. So I suppose I shouldn't ...
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SiC rectifier Q value vs capacitance

I am choosing between schottky for a bridge rectifiers. But I can understand how to choose a SiC based on the parameters for a rectifier application. I want the fastest 2A SiC diode (for lowest noise)...
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Will my circuit charge the battery and power Arduino?

I am currently attending High School, so I don't expect too much here. I simply want to know all the recommendations for this circuit (Capacitor values, etc). But I mainly want to know if this ...
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LTspice DB207 Bridge Rectifier Model

I have breadboarded a 6/12VAC to variable DC power supply that I want to analyze before hard wiring. It uses the DB207 bridge rectifier chip and I cannot find a LTspice model for it. Does anyone have ...
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220 volt ac to 12 v dc converter without voltage regulator

I want to design Additional RC Filter. My input is 220V AC and I want to observe 12 V DC output. I am designing 100 Hz with a full-wave bridge rectifier. My question how can I find the output of ...
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Converting a sprinkler system's 24V AC outputs to 3.3V DC logic inputs

I am working on a system that can detect which of the AC outputs on a sprinkler box is on and for how long. The sprinkler box has one common wire and then 18 connections that output 24V to open ...
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Can I use DC to run an AC device in some cases? [closed]

I think there may be devices specified to use alternating current (AC) which can run supplied with direct current (DC) instead. There are devices which depend on AC in some fundamental way, like a ...
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Rectification voltage

I designed this power supply and simulated in Multisim 13.0, and noticed that the output of the full bridge was higher than that of the input to it. Would this have anything to do with the ...
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Choosing capacitance for recifier

So I'm trying to use a couple of rectifiers. Specifically, the "NTE5326" and the "36MB120A." I've tried following videos on how to calculate for a smoothing-capacitor but to no avail. If you use ...
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What is the difference between commutation number and pulse number in?

My question is about bridge rectifiers in power electronics. I guess the jargons are too vague, so i quote the exact definitions from my book which i don't understand at all: m represents the ...
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AC mains rectifier issue

I built a simple full bridge rectifier with AC Mains input, but I noticed that: When the input is 220 V rms the DC output is only 293 V, but I expected the DC output voltage to be 220 x sqrt(2) = ...
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Unmarked Bridge Rectifier

This is out of a 600 watt computer power supply (CoolMax ZX600) and I don't know how to identify it without markings or a schematic and hoping someone can help. The PCB spot for this is labeled BD1 ...
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How can I create a moped DC source from the alternator using the chassis as common GND for both AC and DC?

I need to convert from AC to DC the output of the red wire coming from the right stator coil (marked with R) which is the one that feeds the lamps. The idea is to convert to DC then regulate the ...
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High current, low voltage capacitors

I'm putting together a high current (200A+), low voltage (<5v) rectifier circuit. I have sufficient bridge rectifiers, but to smooth out the waveform I need a strong enough capacitor bank. Besides ...
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Need help determining smoothing capacitor(s) for rectifier

I am making a rectifier for a single N-Scale train building. It takes DC, but the train controller gives out 19VAC. I have 4 1N4001s and some capacitors, but probably not the right size/uf. I only ...
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Why Is There Negative Voltage at the Anodes of Two Rectifier Diodes in this Circuit?

i've been trying to figure out how this PSU in my amplifier is working by studying the schematic, and would like to check that my assumptions are correct, but also, as per the title, i'd like to ...
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Difference of single phase rectifiers

I am trying to understand the difference between the following rectifiers: What would be the difference between these two output voltages? I can see that there would be no negative output voltage in ...
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24vac to 24vdc with bridge rectifier BUT

I am needing to power a 24vdc gate motor, it is rated for 24vdc 1A on battery power and 24vdc 4.5A on mains power, i have a laptop charger(AC Adapter) that does 220vac to 24vac and 4.5A but i need the ...
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Paralleling output of multiple BLDC motors used as generators

First of all, I apologize for anything stupid I say as I am not yet well versed in the proper technical terms and schematics. I wish to use several identical BLDC motors that will be spun at the same ...
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Why Current draw in DC variable power supply is not sizable?

I have done a DC variable power supply, and checked it using multimeter the output voltage ranges from 1.3v to 19v, but the problem is when I added a DC load(small DC motor) it was not working, why? ...
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High Output Current with Short Circuit Protection KA7824 Regulator [closed]

I have a circuit board with the following set up with the voltage regulator KA7824 This picture is taken from the datasheet of the voltage regulator as one of its uses. my circuit board converts AC ...
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Converting DC Motor's Tachometer Output to DC Using Bridge Rectifier

I have a DC motor that its specification states that "Electric DC motor manufactured by Buehler. Sinusoidal Encoder Output: 11.5 VAC - 870 Hz @ 12 VDC input. No load speed: 6800 RPM. Runs in either ...
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3 Phase calculations

I have 3-phase utility mains power supply whose phase voltage is 220 V, 50 Hz. I keep getting confused about various calculations of the 3-phase mains as follows: Formula for the line voltage. ...
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What could have caused bridge rectifiers to fail?

Ok, so I have a pioneer surround sound that I was trying to fix because of one speaker had very low volume. What I changed was a resistor, its the exact same color stripes, but the size is a bit ...
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Smoothing cap vs filter for full wave bridge rectifier circuit

I am designing a circuit which requires high-voltage DC. My plan is to step-up my mains (120VAC) with a transformer and then pass that through a FWB. After the FWB, I want to smooth the signal into a ...
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Is a bigger resistor different from a smaller resistor with same color stripes?

I changed a resistor with same color stripes Yellow, Purple, Gold, Gold on a Pioneer surround system but the only difference was that the I put was a bit bigger. The problem is the system went into ...
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How do you calculate RC snubber values for a discrete bridge rectifier

I'm working on a small linear power supply for an audio amplifier (home/hobby use) and I want to add an RC snubber on the rectifier diodes. I know this might be overkill, but I'm looking at it as an ...
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Trying to understand floating voltage

I'm trying to understand the concept of a floated voltage, and why it is needed in some cases. For my own case, I am using a variac connected to a rectifier to provide a DC voltage for a circuit, (...
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How to solve a a full wave rectifier with two diodes and a ground in the middle?

This is the problem I am trying to follow along with the solution but I don't understand what is happening, how do I handle the random ground in the middle?? is the node between d1 and d2 40Vpeek and ...
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What is the purpose of grounding rectifiers?

In the centre tapped rectifier: It seems as if the highlighted ground line would provide a short circuit for any current developed between the top/bottom wires and the centre tap, eliminating any ...
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Output voltage of a rectifier

Is the output DC voltage of any rectifier (Halfwave, Fullwave or bridge) simply equal to \$\sqrt{2}\$ times Phase to neutral AC input voltage? Or does every rectifier circuit have its own formula to ...
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Why is waveform of the voltage across the DC-link capacitor alternating?

So I am connecting a full-wave rectifier to a half-bridge inverter as shown in the circuit below. I added a smoothing capacitor of 0.47 Farad to get a smooth DC output voltage (see the first graph), ...
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Diode Array for Full-Wave Rectifier for PoE

I was looking for SCHOTTKY diode for designing Full-Wave Rectifier for PoE. I was searching for the diode but came across the ...
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How is the voltage regulator functioning in this vintage charging circuit?

Attached is a simplified diagram of my motorcycle's charging circuit. It has a standard 3-phase bridge rectifier circuit--simple enough. I'm confused about two things: (1) How is the voltage ...
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Bridge rectifier filter capacitor remove

My question is very simple. What components should be removed from the following circuit diagram for this circuit to work only on DC voltage? I'm sure that the bridge rectifier should be removed ...
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how can accsess gnd in full wave rectifier? [closed]

in full wave rectifier without transformer how can access to gnd for regulator or gnd of microcontroller? (assume we dont have trouble with amplitude of voltage) I think in full wave rectifier in ...
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What is generic formula for min and max levels of rectified AC voltage?

For example, if i have 1 phase AC voltage with 1 volt peak level and rectify it., i would get some pulsating voltage V = abs(sin(t+0*pi)). Its minimum is 0 volts ...