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Old 15th June 2008, 11:04 PM   #1
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Default Anyone tried "Weber Copper" SS rectifyers?

I know... herrasy.

Curious as to experiences though..

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Default Re: Anyone tried "Weber Copper" SS rectifyers?

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Originally posted by Wikkid
I know... herrasy.

Curious as to experiences though..
Interesting.

I recall talking to someone some years ago about using tube rectifiers for solid state. They said just use solid state diodes with 100 ohm resistors in series with them.

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It is a combination of diodes, power resistors, and other circuitry that emulate the warm-up and operating curve of the tube type rectifier it replaces.



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