If the bridge has an output filter capacitor, the no-load output will equal the peak of the AC sinewave minus two diode drops or about 324Vdc.If i use RABF24 bridge rectifier and giving 230V AC input to it what will be the DC output from the rectifier.
i want an output of 150-180V DC when i give 230v AC to rectifier. How to select the rectifier? and also for me size constraint is thereIf the bridge has an output filter capacitor, the no-load output will equal the peak of the AC sinewave minus two diode drops or about 324Vdc.
Why are you using a fast rectifier for this?
Length wise there is no constraint but height some 12 to 15 mm and no need to worry about heat dissipation i will take care of thatIt will take a lot more components than just a rectifier to get from 230VAC down to 150-180VDC at 1A.
If 12mm is the max for one dimension, what are the other dimension limits?
How will you dissipate the heat generated by the conversion?
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