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Because they have the maximum feasible transformer usage factor for a three-phase system, three-phase bridge rectifiers are often utilised for high-power applications.
Permanent magnet alternators in wind turbines and hydroelectric power plants produce three-phase alternating current (AC) electricity. This generated power must first be rectified into direct current (DC) electricity before being fed into a battery bank.
Instead of using individual diodes or one (or more) bridge rectifiers per phase, three phase bridge rectifiers include five contacts: one for each phase from the alternator, as well as positive and negative outputs.
The Global Three-phase Bridge Rectifier Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Linear Technology Corporation has released a low-loss 3-phase ideal diode bridge rectifier reference design, which is illustrated on the DC2465 evaluation board. Six diodes are used in traditional three-phase rectifiers, however the diodes lose voltage and dissipate significant power with only a few amperes of load current.
This necessitates high-cost heat sinking and active cooling systems, which complicate thermal design and add to the bulk of the solution. The DC2465 design substitutes the six diodes with three LT4320 ideal diode bridge controllers, which drive six low-loss N-channel MOSFETs, lowering power and voltage losses considerably.
Because of the improved power efficiency, the total system can be designed to function with a smaller, more cost-effective power source. The increased margin provided by saving the two diodes is beneficial in low voltage applications.
POWERSEM GmbH has announced the expansion of its popular bridge rectifier modules to include a 17mm profile height. POWERSEM now provides two new three-phase bridge rectifier modules: PSDS 63 (75A at 100°C) and PSDS 83 (100A at 100°C) in addition to PSDS 62 (63A at 110°C) and PSDS 82 (88A at 110°C).
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