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INGCO EE-MEA-BR-KBPC2510-SMR, Bridge Rectifier
INGCO EE-MEA-BR-KBPC2510-SMR, Bridge Rectifier

INGCO EE-MEA-BR-KBPC2510-SMR, Bridge Rectifier

INGCO EE-MEA-BR-KBPC2510-SMR, Bridge Rectifier

INGCO EE-MEA-BR-KBPC2510-SMR, Bridge Rectifier

Original price was: KSh 340.00.Current price is: KSh 270.00.

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Original price was: KSh 340.00.Current price is: KSh 270.00.

1. current: 25A;
2. voltage: 1000V;
3. small pass general-purpose size “vacuum + oxygen protection” welding technology;
4. glass passivization diode chip;
5. excellent strength / volume ratio;
6. high thermal conductivity package.

A 25 Amp 1000V bridge rectifier is a versatile component designed for converting moderate AC (Alternating Current) power into pulsating DC (Direct Current) while offering high voltage handling capabilities. Here’s a breakdown of its functionalities, construction, key features, and considerations for use:

Function:

  • Takes AC power as input, typically from a single-phase AC supply (though three-phase options exist for some models).
  • Converts the AC input into a pulsating DC voltage at its output. This DC output can be further smoothed using capacitors or filters to create a stable DC voltage suitable for powering various electronic devices.
  • The 25 Amp rating specifies the maximum continuous current the rectifier can handle effectively.
  • The 1000V rating signifies the maximum reverse voltage the rectifier can withstand without breaking down. This allows it to be used in applications with higher voltage AC inputs.

Construction:

  • Utilizes four individual diodes configured in a specific “bridge” circuit. Each diode allows current to flow in one direction only.
  • Typically has two AC input terminals for connection to the AC supply and two DC output terminals for the pulsating DC voltage (for single-phase AC input). Three-phase bridge rectifiers with 25 Amp ratings and 1000V ratings also exist, but they would have three AC input terminals.

Working Principle:

  1. During each cycle of the AC input, the polarity of the voltage alternates.
  2. The diodes in the bridge circuit are oriented to allow current to flow in the same direction (positive to negative) on the DC output side, regardless of the specific positive and negative phases in the AC input.
  3. This process repeats for each cycle of the AC input, resulting in a pulsating DC output with a higher frequency compared to the AC line frequency (typically double for single-phase).

Key Features:

  • Current Rating: 25 Amps continuous current handling capability. This makes it suitable for various low to moderate-power applications.
  • Voltage Rating: 1000V maximum reverse voltage rating. This allows for use with higher voltage AC inputs compared to lower voltage rated rectifiers.
  • Phase Configuration: Most 25 Amp 1000V bridge rectifiers are designed for single-phase AC input, but some handle three-phase AC. Verify the required configuration based on your application’s power supply (consult the datasheet).
  • Compact Design: Bridge rectifiers are relatively compact for their power handling capabilities.
  • Cost-Effective: They offer a cost-effective solution for AC to DC conversion in applications requiring higher voltage tolerance.
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INGCO EE-MEA-BR-KBPC2510-SMR, Bridge Rectifier( EE-MEA-BR-KBPC2510-SMR)

product details:

A 25 Amp 1000V bridge rectifier is a versatile component designed for converting moderate AC (Alternating Current) power into pulsating DC (Direct Current) while offering high voltage handling capabilities. Here’s a breakdown of its functionalities, construction, key features, and considerations for use:

Function:

  • Takes AC power as input, typically from a single-phase AC supply (though three-phase options exist for some models).
  • Converts the AC input into a pulsating DC voltage at its output. This DC output can be further smoothed using capacitors or filters to create a stable DC voltage suitable for powering various electronic devices.
  • The 25 Amp rating specifies the maximum continuous current the rectifier can handle effectively.
  • The 1000V rating signifies the maximum reverse voltage the rectifier can withstand without breaking down. This allows it to be used in applications with higher voltage AC inputs.

Construction:

  • Utilizes four individual diodes configured in a specific “bridge” circuit. Each diode allows current to flow in one direction only.
  • Typically has two AC input terminals for connection to the AC supply and two DC output terminals for the pulsating DC voltage (for single-phase AC input). Three-phase bridge rectifiers with 25 Amp ratings and 1000V ratings also exist, but they would have three AC input terminals.

Working Principle:

  1. During each cycle of the AC input, the polarity of the voltage alternates.
  2. The diodes in the bridge circuit are oriented to allow current to flow in the same direction (positive to negative) on the DC output side, regardless of the specific positive and negative phases in the AC input.
  3. This process repeats for each cycle of the AC input, resulting in a pulsating DC output with a higher frequency compared to the AC line frequency (typically double for single-phase).

Key Features:

  • Current Rating: 25 Amps continuous current handling capability. This makes it suitable for various low to moderate-power applications.
  • Voltage Rating: 1000V maximum reverse voltage rating. This allows for use with higher voltage AC inputs compared to lower voltage rated rectifiers.
  • Phase Configuration: Most 25 Amp 1000V bridge rectifiers are designed for single-phase AC input, but some handle three-phase AC. Verify the required configuration based on your application’s power supply (consult the datasheet).
  • Compact Design: Bridge rectifiers are relatively compact for their power handling capabilities.
  • Cost-Effective: They offer a cost-effective solution for AC to DC conversion in applications requiring higher voltage tolerance.

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