Circuit Simulator - Full-Wave Rectifier (with diodes)

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Full-Wave Rectifier (with diodes)
Full-Wave Rectifier (with diodes)
Circuit Description:
This circuit uses four diodes in a bridge configuration to rectify both halves of the input sine wave.

Discussion:
9 comments Page 1 of 1.

Makuach said:   3 years ago
Full wave using center tap with output voltage 9v.

I would like the explanation of it.
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Mohammed nesre said:   6 years ago
How solve problems of diode.
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Manish said:   7 years ago
Which platform used to design this?
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Sangeeta said:   9 years ago
Sir, what is the main difference b/w full wave rectifier with two diodes and four diodes?
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KACO said:   9 years ago
The main difference is with two diodes you need to have a center tap on your transformer.
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Rohit said:   10 years ago
Sir, what is the main difference b/w full wave rectifier with two diodes and four diodes?
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Vishal said:   1 decade ago
Superb! I now understand the bridge rectifier better than before.
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Pkr said:   1 decade ago
I like it sir now I have understand it so clearly.
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Dharmik said:   1 decade ago
Superb! I now understand the bridge rectifier better than before.
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