GB A/F、KGB A/F series silicon rectifier for common industry

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GB A/FKGB A/F series silicon rectifier for common industry

GB A/FKGB A/F series silicon rectifiers for common industry are mainly used in general DC power supply for metallurgy,chemical industry, power plants and other industries, the products have strong commonalityand meet the GB3859 standard.

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Q:Solid state relays are different from rectifiers
The rectifier is a device fabricated using a semiconductor element. Rectifier as the name suggests is the use of semiconductor characteristics in the AC circuit can be alternating current into a DC current device
Q:What is the difference between the regulator and the rectifier?
Thyristor regulator, also known as "thyristor power regulator" "SCR power regulator" or "power regulator". "Thyristor", also known as "SCR" (SCR) is a four-layer three-terminal semiconductor device, put it in the middle of the power supply and load, coupled with the corresponding trigger control circuit board, you can adjust the voltage applied to the load , Current and power.
Q:Where can the rectifier be used?
There are many forms of rectifier, the general internal electrical appliances will be used rectifier. The simplest 1, 2 or 4 diodes can form a rectifier.
Q:Is the car electronic regulator and the motorcycle rectifier the same?
Automotive electronic regulator and motorcycle rectifier is not the same
Q:Electronic ballasts and inductive ballasts have several output lines?
Fluorescent tube electronic ballast output is four lines, the wiring diagram attached to the ballast shell, the corresponding two groups were connected to each end of the tube.
Q:Full-wave regulator rectifier and half-wave regulator rectifier! Where is the difference?
The full-wave rectifier circuit flows through a rectifier device (such as a crystal diode) for half a cycle and the current flows through the second rectifier in the other half of the cycle and the connection of the two rectifier devices Of the current in the same direction (DC) through the load.
Q:What is the difference between a five-wire rectifier and a four-wire rectifier?
Four lines of no feedback line, five lines of feedback line.The engine does not have to consume fuel in order to overcome the magnetic moment.
Q:The difference between rectifiers and transformers
Fluorescent lamp ballast is because it starts with high current and high voltage, to be activated, only a lower voltage and a smaller current to maintain its working condition, it must be ballast. Other transformers are due to their rated voltage range, to be adjusted
Q:What is the difference between a car voltage regulator and a rectifier?
The voltage regulator is a generator that regulates the current. The rectifier is made by alternating current
Q:Why is the battery connected to a rectifier
The purpose is to filter and reduce the impact on the battery, filter, reduce electrical equipment interference, so that sound more pure sound, power cleaner, reduce the impact of many devices are large power users on the battery instantaneous demand will make the battery Aging, early retirement, if there is a rectifier will have some power, electricity will not directly use the battery power, which play a protective battery, these rectifiers are basically large capacity inside the capacitor, the Internet has its own DIY.

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