Electromagnetic single-phase brakes require direct current due to their working principle. Circuits that transfer the alternative voltage to the output are called Rectifier Circuits. The basic elements that perform the rectification function in these circuits are semiconductor diodes. Rectifier circuits are divided into two classes as Half Wave and Full Wave.
EMF Rectifier Modules have been developed using new generation semiconductor diodes with high current carrying capacity. Diodes, which are safely purchased from semiconductor manufacturers that do not compromise on quality, are produced with the machine string technique without human touch. In addition, thanks to the electronic protection elements used on the input and output sides of the circuit, the rectifier circuits are stable to provide the DC voltage you will need for many years under the harshest conditions.