please help on draw curcuit please

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  1. Ryka Thomas

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  2. nerdegutta

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    There are a lot of people that can help you draw this circuit, but you need to tell them what to draw. If you start drawing what you think is right, and post that for comments, then the members will guide you.
     
  3. GopherT

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    Why would something like that be urgent?

    What voltage, what will you power with it? What association do you have with this
     
  4. Ryka Thomas

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    Ok guys how to convert ac to dc thats all but the proper way
    Thanks for helping
     
  5. Ryka Thomas

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    Thats the thing i got no clue thats my problem
     
  6. GopherT

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    Google the phrase, "three phase rectifier"
    Take a look, post what you've found and then start asking questions.
     
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  8. nerdegutta

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    You need a drawing/CAD program to draw the schematic. I'm using EagleCAD, some use KiCAD, others use DipTrace, and others again use ExpressSCH.

    There are more programs out there to draw circuits in. Google those and read a tutorial or two. :)
     
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  10. Ryka Thomas

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    I dont know gow to use any of this i dong know simbols but i google the three phase rectifier and found a simple circuit so i woulf like to ask what are the simbols in this
     
  11. Sinus23

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    The diodes?
     
  12. spinnaker

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    They are diodes
     
  13. Ryka Thomas

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    SO its three diodes conected to wire and it outputs dc . What diodes it is
     
  14. spinnaker

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    Before you start messing with AC, you should first read the Textbooks at the link at the top of this forum. If you don't know the very basics of electronic symbols then you have no business building a 2 phase rectifier. AC can kill you.
     
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  15. spinnaker

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    There is no way to know what diode is in the drawing without more detail. There is voltage, current an a few other factors to consider. The diode chosen will depend on those factors. Again read the textbooks.
     
  16. Ryka Thomas

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    I know ac can kill me because it has more ways to enter thru the body but could you please help and tell whether that curcuit output dc and what diodes it is . my case is almost
     
  17. Ryka Thomas

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    So it does convert it to dc . Just that question and my problem aolved
     
  18. bertus

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    Hello,

    Looking at the specifications, it is a tiny generator:

    Rated speed: 300-6000 rev / min
    Rated power: 0.5-12W
    Output Current: 0.1A-1A
    Output voltage: DC 3V - 24V

    There is a contradiction in the title of the site and the specs.
    The title says AC and the specs says DC.

    Diodes like the 1N400X will survive a test.

    Bertus
     
  19. Ryka Thomas

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    Thanks for your help guys mich appreciated
     
  20. GopherT

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    Diode lets current flow only in one direction.

    The image below shows that the AC wave alternates above and below the 0v reference. The diode blocks all current from the negative half of the wave. This is a simple rectifier circuit.


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