AC-DC Converters

What are They?
AC-DC converters are electrical circuits that transform alternating current (AC) input into direct current (DC) output. They are used in power electronic applications where the power input a 50 Hz or 60 Hz sine-wave AC voltage that requires power conversion for a DC output. AC to DC converters use rectifiers to turn AC input into DC output, regulators to adjust the voltage level, and reservoir capacitors to smooth the pulsating DC. Primarily, the 230V AC power is stepped-down to 12V AC
• Computers
• Televisions
• Phone Chargers
• Electronic Consumer Devices

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