F12C20C DATASHEET PDF
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F12C20C Datasheet – 12A, V, Recovery Rectifier
Do you know of any example circuits I could build on a breadboard to test this component and play with it so I can better understand how it works?
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According to the datasheet, this component is the equivalent of two diodes package together, is that so? You can use this as a full-wave rectifier if you have a centre-tapped tranformer:.
I’ve been looking for example circuits that would use this component, and an explanation of how it works but I’ve only found its datasheet datsheet not much more.
Post as a guest Name. Datahseet maximum current depends on how good a heat sink you have, but several A are not a problem with a small heatsink, and the maximum AC voltage would be more than 50V the PIV rating is V, so if everything was perfect VAC would be okay.
Based on the datasheet, the diodes can definitely handle a bit more current than your generic general purpose diode for sure. Is it part of the name or is it just a serial number or something? If that’s the case, how is it that it can achieve rectification with only two diodes and not the usual four? Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Email Required, but never shown. How is this different from the typical diode bridge? Fancy name aside, this product is nothing more than two diodes together in one package with a common cathode.
You can use this as a full-wave rectifier if you have a centre-tapped tranformer: