What Does a Rectifier Do?


A rectifier refers to an electrical device that transforms alternating current into direct current by allowing only a one direction current to flow through it. The three major types of rectifier are the full-wave, half-wave and bridge rectifiers.
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A rectifier is an electrical appliance that converts alternating current into direct current. This process is referred to as rectification. Direct current is essential for the functioning of devices such as the radio, iron box, and television.
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