I have a stupid question but I cannot seem to find the answer online. Everyone keeps telling me that rectified mains voltage (120vac) is 180vdc..
According to the math (assuming that mains is 120v and not 110v) It is more like 170vdc. Correct me if I am wrong here.
Vp=Vrms x (square root of 2)
Does a filter Capacitor after the full bridge rectifier make it 180vdc?
According to the math (assuming that mains is 120v and not 110v) It is more like 170vdc. Correct me if I am wrong here.
Vp=Vrms x (square root of 2)
Does a filter Capacitor after the full bridge rectifier make it 180vdc?