AC to DC Converters

12200 AC to DC Converters from 43 manufacturers listed on everything PE

An AC to DC converter is used to convert an AC input voltage level into a DC output voltage level. AC to DC Converters from the leading manufacturers are listed on everything PE. Narrow down on products based on type, configuration, topology, number of outputs, package type, etc. View product specifications, download datasheets and get pricing. Your Inquiry will be directed to the manufacturer and their distributors who will get back to you with a quote.

Description:35 W Isolated Medical-Grade AC-DC Converter
Types of Converter:
Controlled Rectifier
Configuration:
Isolated
AC Input Voltage:
85 to 264 V
AC Input Current:
0.4 to 0.7 A
DC Output Voltage:
5 V
DC Output Current:
7 A
Industry:
Medical
DC Output Power:
35 W
Package Type:
Chassis Mount
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Description:3 kW Isolated AC-DC Converter for Healthcare Applications
Types of Converter:
Controlled Rectifier
Configuration:
Isolated
AC Input Voltage:
180 to 264 V
AC Input Current:
19 A
DC Output Voltage:
24 V
DC Output Current:
125 A
Industry:
Commercial, Consumer, Industrial, Medical
DC Output Power:
3000 W
Switching Frequency:
40 kHz
Package Type:
Chassis Mount
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Description:10 W AC-DC Converter for Industrial Applications
Types of Converter:
Uncontrolled Rectifier
Configuration:
Isolated
AC Input Voltage:
85 to 265 V
AC Input Current:
0.25 A
DC Output Voltage:
5 V
DC Output Current:
2 A
Industry:
Industrial
DC Output Power:
10 W
Switching Frequency:
100 kHz
Package Type:
Open Frame
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Description:48 V ,Uncontrolled Rectifier AC to DC Converter
Types of Converter:
Uncontrolled Rectifier
Configuration:
Isolated
Number of Output:
Single
AC Input Voltage:
85 to 305 V
AC Input Current:
340 to 600 mA
DC Input Voltage:
100 to 430 V
DC Output Voltage:
48 V
DC Output Current:
0.5 A
DC Output Power:
24 W
Switching Frequency:
65 kHz
Package Type:
Through Hole
Package:
DIP
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Description:15 V, Uncontrolled Rectifier AC to DC Converter
Types of Converter:
Uncontrolled Rectifier
Configuration:
Isolated
Number of Output:
Single
AC Input Voltage:
85 to 264 V
AC Input Current:
255 to 424 mA
DC Input Voltage:
120 to 370 V
DC Output Voltage:
15 V
DC Output Current:
1.6 A
DC Output Power:
24 W
Switching Frequency:
132 kHz
Package Type:
Chassis Mount
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Description:2700 W Front End AC-DC Power Supply
Types of Converter:
Uncontrolled Rectifier
Configuration:
Isolated
Number of Output:
Single
AC Input Voltage:
90 to 264 V
AC Input Current:
13500 to 15500 mA
DC Input Voltage:
180 to 300 V
DC Output Voltage:
12 V
DC Output Current:
225 A
DC Output Power:
2700 W
Package Type:
Rack Mount
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Description:100 W AC-DC Converter for Medical Applications
Types of Converter:
Controlled Rectifier
Configuration:
Isolated
Number of Output:
Single
AC Input Voltage:
90 to 264 V
AC Input Current:
2 A
DC Output Voltage:
12 V
DC Output Current:
2.1 A
Industry:
Medical, Commercial, Industrial
DC Output Power:
100 W
Package Type:
PCB Mount
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Description:90 W Isolated AC-DC Converter for Medical Applications
Types of Converter:
Uncontrolled Rectifier
Configuration:
Isolated
Number of Output:
Single
AC Input Voltage:
85 to 264 V
AC Input Current:
2 A
DC Output Voltage:
12 V
DC Output Current:
7.5 A
Industry:
Industrial, Medical
DC Output Power:
90 W
Package Type:
Chassis Mount
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Description:48 V, Uncontrolled Rectifier AC to DC Converter
Types of Converter:
Uncontrolled Rectifier
Configuration:
Isolated
Number of Output:
Single
AC Input Voltage:
85 to 264 V
AC Input Current:
12000 mA
DC Output Voltage:
48 V
DC Output Current:
8.33 12.5 A
DC Output Power:
400 W
Package Type:
Chassis Mount
Package:
VIA
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Description:10.7 V, Uncontrolled Rectifier AC to DC Converter
Types of Converter:
Uncontrolled Rectifier
Configuration:
Isolated
Number of Output:
Single
AC Input Current:
8.5 to 55 mA
DC Input Voltage:
200 V
DC Output Voltage:
10.7 V
DC Output Current:
1 to 4 A
DC Output Power:
0.3 W
Switching Frequency:
500 kHz
Package Type:
Surface Mount
Package:
SOIC 8N
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What is an AC to DC Converter?

An AC-DC converter, also known as a rectifier, is an electrical device that converts alternating current (AC) power into direct current (DC) power. It is commonly used in various electronic devices and power systems where DC power is required.

The primary function of an AC-DC converter is to change the polarity of the input voltage and convert it from AC to DC. This is achieved through a process called rectification. The AC input is typically obtained from the power grid or an alternating current source and is converted to a steady and unidirectional DC output voltage suitable for powering electronic devices and equipment.

There are two main types of AC-DC converters: half-wave rectifiers and full-wave rectifiers.

  • Half-Wave Rectifiers: A half-wave rectifier allows only one-half of the input AC waveform to pass through, effectively converting it into a unidirectional DC waveform. It uses a single diode to block the negative half of the AC signal, allowing only the positive half to flow through.
  • Full-Wave Rectifiers: A full-wave rectifier converts both halves of the AC waveform into a unidirectional DC waveform. It uses either two or four diodes arranged in a bridge configuration to rectify the AC signal. This type of rectifier is more efficient than the half-wave rectifier because it utilizes the entire AC waveform.

AC to DC converters are commonly used in power supplies for electronic devices such as computers, televisions, mobile phones, and other consumer electronics. They are also used in various industrial applications, including motor drives, battery chargers, and renewable energy systems.

An AC-DC converter consists of electronic components that help in converting alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC): 

  • Diodes/Transistors: Diodes allow current to flow in one direction while blocking it in the opposite direction. Alternatively, transistors can be used in place of diodes to achieve the bidirectional and controlled flow of current. 
  • Capacitors: Capacitors are used to regulate the output voltage. They store electrical charge and release it to maintain a steady and constant DC voltage.
  • Resistors: Resistors are used in voltage regulation and current control. They limit the flow of current and stabilize the output voltage.
  • Transformers: Transformers are often utilized to step down the input AC voltage to a lower level suitable for the converter's operation.
  • Inductors: Some AC-DC converters incorporate inductors to store energy and regulate the current. Inductors smooth out the current flow and prevent sudden changes in current levels.
  • Voltage Regulators: They ensure a stable output voltage and maintain a constant level of voltage, compensating for variations in input voltage or load conditions.

Key Specifications of AC to DC converters

  • Phase configuration: It represents the phase of the input AC supply. The phase may be either single-phase or three-phase.
  • AC Input voltage: It represents the input AC voltage of the AC to DC converter and is expressed in volts (V).
  • DC Input voltage: It represents the input DC voltage of the AC to DC converter and is expressed in volts (V). Some AC to DC converters can also convert an input DC voltage to a different output DC voltage level. These converters support AC and DC voltage conversion.
  • DC output voltage: It represents the output DC voltage of the AC-DC converter and is represented in volts (V).
  • DC output power: This is the amount of power the AC to DC consumes. It is represented in Watts (W).
  • Isolation Voltage: It refers to the maximum voltage that can be applied across the converter for one second without compromising the isolation in the device. It is expressed in volts (V).
  • Number of outputs: The AC to DC converter provides multiple DC outputs as required by the application.

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