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Vout Expected Measured % Error Vp 20V 18.8V 6% Vpp ripple 6V 5V 16% Vdc 6.3V 5.9V 6% Vdc filtered 16.7V 16.1V 3.60% Vrms ripple 1.4V 1.5Vrms 0.50% T 16.6ms 16.6ms 0% Half-wave Rectified Vout Expected Measured % Error Vp 9V 9.4V 4% Vpp ripple 1mV 1.52V 150% Vdc 5.67V 5.97V 5.30% Vdc filtered 17.7V 8.55V 60% Vrms ripple 10.27V .5Vrms 95% T 8.2ms 6.2ms 24% Full-Wave Rectified Center Tap Vout Expected Measured % Error Vp 16.4V 18.6V 10% Vpp ripple 1mV 2.2V 220% Vdc 5.67V 11.8V 109% Vdc filtered 17.9V 17.1V 3.80% Vrms ripple 10.27V 645mV 1000.00% T 8.2ms 8.2ms 0.00% Bridge Rectifier Transformers and Half-Wave Rectifier Circuits By name Professor Fahlsing ECET 157-4 February 9, 2008 1
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Abstract: This experiment is based around the principles and applications of the AC transformer and the use of a rectifier. The rectifier circuit can be built many different ways with somewhat of the same output characteristics. With the amount of design types of these rectifiers, the applications are almost endless for these designs. The addition of filter capacitors to these rectifier circuits further enhances the accuracy of readings and puts an end to tribulations occurring when exact results are needed. To name a few, the half-wave, full-wave, bridge, and center tap. The basic rectifier circuit will not create that
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