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Old 4th December 2008, 01:21 PM   #11
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Default My possible choices....

So... from an novice amp builder without a scope to use, here's what I've gleaned:

- If you want to build your own bridge use four soft-recovery diodes like the Ixys DSEP 15-12CR . No snubber cap is needed due to the soft recovery feature.

- Or use and all- in-one soft recovery bridge like the Ixys FBE 22-06N1, again no cap is needed due to the soft-recovery.

- The Ixys VBE 17-06NO7 looks interesting but doesn't look to be soft-recovery, so I guess a cap/resistor would be needed to dampen any rf trash.


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