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Old 20th February 2009, 11:27 PM   #1
dognut is offline dognut  United States
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Default FRED diodes

Hello to all. looking to replace my # 1n4007 diodes on my voltage regulator. Since diodes are suspose to be twice the highest circut voltage in my case 460v. x 2 is under the 1000v the 1n4007 is rated at. Since the freds have no reverse voltage do I need to get the 1200v.piece or will the 600v. rated one work? Thanks in advance, tom
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