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  • Power Bridge Rectifiers

    These are non controlled bridge rectifiers for 1 or 3 phases. They are suitable for low current ranges or to be mounted on PCBs. Typical application areas are rectifiers for DC motor field supplies, rectifiers for power supplies, battery charger rectifiers and input rectifier for variable frequency drives. They are available in the range from 9A – 83A and 400V-1800V.


    The SEMIPONT Bridge Rectifier family is available in various configurations with diode and thyristor rectifiers, rectifier/brake chopper or AC controller. The compact plastic packages with screw make it fast-on on PCB mountable lead terminals. High blocking voltages of up to 1800 V, high ruggedness for hard industrial application, high isolation voltage are also available. Typical application areas for the broad field of SEMIPONT power bridge rectifiers include AC and DC drives, Servo drives, (Controlled) field rectifiers for DC motors, (controllable) rectifiers for power supplies, Input rectifiers for variable frequency drives, soft AC motor starters, temperature control, (controlled) battery charger rectifiers, DC motor field controllers, DC motor controllers and DC power supplies.
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    SEMIX is available as Thyristor/Diode Module, IGBT-Module and Bridge Rectifier. The 17mm height allows for the compact and flat design of the whole inverter unit. SEMIX Bridge Rectifiers are used in Input Bridge Rectifier for AC/DC motor control and are suitable for power supplies and high frequency applications. The economical Bridge rectifier with great price performance ratio guarantees extensive quality through reliability tests.
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