Yes, D1 is a half-wave rectifier. It appears offhand that the circuit is a lead-acid battery charger.i want to know if d1 is a half wave rectifier cause I'm thinking to connect it directly to my power supply with 12v and 9v output directly to BR2 the full wave rectifier taking d1 out of the schematic,,i attached the photos
Why don't you put that 1st circuit you attached in Proteus?i just wanna ask now how to simulate a battery charger in proteus,,please help me i dont know..
sorry i uploaded the wrong schematic,, i changed my schematic and now i want to ask if this schematic automatically turns off when the battery is full charge,,http://www.circuitdiagram.org/automatic-nimh-battery-charger-circuit.htmlThe 2nd circuit isn't an amplifier, it's a crossover. There are pass filters there for the woofer, midrange and tweeter.
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