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KBPC1005 2A Bridge Rectifier

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About this product

Overview

  • 2A rating
  • Maximum load of 35 volts RMS
  • Max VF per diode of 1.1V@1A

Product overview

  • 2A rating
  • Maximum load of 35 volts RMS
  • Max VF per diode of 1.1V@1A
  • B3 case style
  • RoHS compliant

A bridge rectifier with a maximum voltage drop of 1.3V per diode (model dependent). It is RoHS compliant

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Can this be used to convert 12V 50 Hz AC to DC? What would the expected peak DC voltage be? Note that the current drawn is very low - about 0.1 A.

Asked by: Muffer
Yes you could, and the peak power would be the same as you put into it -10%
Answered by: Russell
Date published: 2015-10-28

Hi im lookingcto replace the bridge rectifier in my dyson cr01, the specs of the current one show 10A 600V ... will this part be suitable?

Asked by: LethalMSN
No as this part is rated at 2A.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2015-07-17

Can a bridge rectifier be utilised to automatically switch the polarity and if so which type would be suitable?
Asked by: Mike
Yes the product does support that.
Answered by: JK
Date published: 2015-07-17

Bridge rectifier AQ98G Please explain "Max VF per diode" in the spec sheet. Thanks
Asked by: J.West
Inside a Bridge rectifier there are 4 diodes. the Max VF per diode is the maximum forward voltage per diode.
Answered by: JK
Date published: 2015-07-17

Will this be okay to convert 28VAC to input the DC needed on a N04CG (your product code) Constant Current LED?
Asked by: Steve
No sorry this product does not support that.
Answered by: JK
Date published: 2015-07-17

Would the KBPC3501 be able to convert 30v A/c to d/c at 10 amps
Asked by: J Thomas
The 10Amps would be covered but you must multiply the 30vac by 1.41 to get the DC voltage.(in this case 42.3volts DC would be the result)
Answered by: GM
Date published: 2015-07-17

I wish to operate an underfloor heating system, which normally operates on 240VAC, on DC instead, to avoid the EMFs radiated by the heating wires in AC operation. The load is about 3 KW, ie about 30 A. Would the KBPC2504 be suitable?
Asked by: David Noton
Rectifier has a 35A rating.
Answered by: PW
Date published: 2015-07-17

I have an Evinrude 15 outboard engine. the previous owner cut off the rectifier. The charging unit has three wires going from it, it produces 12+ AC voltage. I require a ''Bridge Rectifier'' to change the voltage to 12 volt DC so that I can charge my boat 12 volt DC battery. Can you help?
Asked by: Paul Stein
Three phase alternator on these, nothing that we stock I'm afraid.
Answered by: GM
Date published: 2015-07-17
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