How Does A Regulator Rectifier Work?


A rectifier is a electrical component that is used to complete circuits. A rectifier lets a current flow in one direction, but will block the current if it tries to pass in the opposite direction. A regulator rectifier works by turning AC currents into DC currents and it regulates the charging of a battery or the output of voltage. It also monitors the constant flow of currents to make sure no voltage spikes happen, an event which can harm electronics and other equipment.
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