What is Rectifier?

Devices that charge batteries and provide DC power are called.
Models operating according to the Constant Voltage and Constant Current principle should be preferred.
Output voltage, output current, fast charging voltage, fast charging time should be adjusted with an advanced rectifier device.
Having over-heat, short-circuit and over-voltage protections is important for rectifier safety. Therefore, microprocessor controlled rectifiers should be preferred.
Three-phase input and single-phase input;

12 VDC Rectifier
24 VDC Rectifier
48 VDC Rectifier
110 VDC Rectifier
220 VDC Rectifier
output Rectifier models can be produced.

The standard output capacities of the rectifiers are 10, 25, 50, 100 and 200 amps.

Rectifiers are used in many areas from power supplies in computers to generators.

Rectifiers; widely used in energy backup, security and emergency lighting systems. Especially critical applications such as switchgear, pipelines, cathodic protection and transformer substations are indispensable. It is used with batteries here. There are also areas where much different output voltages are applied depending on the needs and applications, for example forklifts or cleaning machines. It is diversified with different technologies and functions depending on the application and need, and can also be defined as battery charger, battery charger, charger, battery charger, rectifier, dc power supply and rectifier.

There were also common application areas as inverter & rectifier together with inverters.