Press Release Summary:
Model 51000 is rated at 24,000 Volts Peak Inverse Voltage at 2.5 Amperes average current, with 300 FPM airflow. PC board optimizes thermal conditions, allowing max current at safe operating temperature. Joining 2 rectifiers provides full-wave bridge for output voltages up to 6 KV. Joining 3 units produces 3-phase, full-wave output to intermediate stages. Applications include DC pulse blocking and snubbing, RF power generators, radar, and broadcast transmitters.
Original Press Release:
Rectifiers Rated At 24,000 PIV At 2.5 Amperes Max Forward Current Available From Electronics Manufacturing
Semmes, Alabama - The line of rectifiers available from Electronics Manufacturing, a division of Dean Technology, Inc., now includes the Model 51000, which is rated at 24,000 Volts Peak
Inverse Voltage (PIV) at 2.5 Amperes Average Current, with 300 FPM airflow. It is used in DC pulse blocking and snubbing applications, rf power generators, radar applications, broadcast
transmitters and high voltage power supplies.
The 51000 rectifier's compact size makes it an ideal replacement for epoxy-encapsulated rectifiers. An incorporated PC board optimizes thermal conditions allowing maximum current at a safe operating temperature.
A center tap adds further utility as a doubler. Two 51000 rectifiers can be joined to provide a full wave bridge for output voltages up to 6KV, and joining three produces three-phase, full wave output to intermediate stages. The capability of using the same rectifiers in intermediate and final power supply stages makes it possible to maintain smaller inventories. Typical pricing is $250.00.
The 51000 boards, available in either off-the-shelf packages or custom assembled to customer requirements, are typically available from stock. Product data sheets provide complete product specifications.