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Bridge Rectifier Replacements and Single-to-Quad Adapters??
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Old 15th June 2004, 04:09 AM   #1
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Default Bridge Rectifier Replacements and Single-to-Quad Adapters??

1) I'd like to replace 3 W04M (400V, 1.5A) and 2 BR104 (400V, 10A) bridge rectifiers with something better. Which brands/models would be direct replacements regarding size and lead configuration? They have wire leads, with spacings of 0.2" (W04M) and 0.5" (BR104).

2) Does anyone make single-to-quad adapters for op-amps (4 8-pins to 1 14-pin)? If I can find one, I'd like to replace an MC33079P quad op-amp in my pre-amp with 4 OPA627s.


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