Rectifier Diodes and Bridge Rectifier
Bridge rectifier

Bridge rectifier

Bridge rectifiers are formed by sealing rectifier tubes in a shell and are divided into full-bridge rectifiers and half-bridge rectifiers. A full-bridge rectifier means that all the four diodes of the connected bridge rectifier circuit are sealed together. A half-bridge rectifier means that four diode bridge rectifiers are sealed by two. Two half-bridges can form a bridge rectifier circuit, and one half-bridge can also form a full-wave rectifier circuit with a transformer and a center tap. The rectifier circuit and working voltage should be considered when selecting a bridge rectifier.
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