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Old 26th March 2009, 01:06 AM   #1
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Question Full wave or half wave rectification help!

I am building an ezDual to power my eZdac made by Evan from a GB. I have a question... I was trying to read about full wave vs. half wave rectification and am trying to understand the difference. Is the difference of using d1 & d2 vs d1, d1', d2, and d2' as diagramed in the schematic. What does full wave gain me? Is it just a higher RMS value? Do I want to use 4 diodes instead of 2? Right now all four are installed. I will be using a 15VA Trafo. Any help would be awesome! I am month 4 into this DIY hobby!!
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Old 26th March 2009, 01:14 AM   #2
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Ok , so I think I can anwser my own question after reading deeper into "The Art of Electronics" I am pretty sure I need all 4!
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