high-current rectifier

high-current rectifier

[′hī ‚kə·rənt ′rek·tə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
A solid-state device, gas tube, or vacuum tube used to convert alternating to direct current for powering low-impedance loads.
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DALLAS -- Diodes Incorporated (Nasdaq: DIOD), a leading global manufacturer and supplier of high-quality application specific standard products within the broad discrete and analog semiconductor markets, has introduced high-current rectifiers with an ultra-low forward voltage (VF) drop.