Need help about charger circuit

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  1. mark.dawson

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    Hello every one,
    I need some help.
    I want to make a bridge rectifier circuit to give me 6v or 9v DC power from 220v to 250 v . I know the circuit, but don't know which diodes and capacitors need to use for getting 6v or 9v . The circuit was same as following figure .




    I have seen this circuit in my LED light charger to charge the light's battery.
    I want to make a circuit for output volt 6 and 9 v .
    Please help me if any one have any idea about this circuit .
    Please tell me
    R1 = ?
    C=? (may b Polyester Capacitor)
    for getting 6 and 9 v

     
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  2. bertus

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    Hello,

    You can better use a circuit that uses a transformer to bring down the voltage.

    I am closing this thread as it violates AAC policy and/or safety issues.

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