The rectifier circuit is used to convert the AC (Alternating Current) into DC (Direct Current). Rectifiers are mainly classified into three types namely half-wave, full-wave, and bridge rectifier. The main function of all these rectifiers is the same as the conversion of current but they do not efficiently convert the current from AC to DC. The centre tapped full wave rectifier as well as bridge rectifier converts efficiently. A bridge rectifier circuit is a common part of electronic power supplies. Many electronic circuits require a rectified DC power supply for powering the various electronic basic components from the available AC mains supply. We can find this rectifier in a wide variety of electronic AC power devices like home appliances, motor controllers, modulation processes, welding applications, etc. This article discusses an overview of a bridge rectifier and its working.
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