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Securitron BR-4 Bridge Rectifier With 4A Capacity
 

Securitron BR-4

Securitron BR-4 Bridge Rectifier With 4A Capacity

 
Manufacturer: Securitron
Price: $27.13
 
 
 
 
 
 
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alarm lock logo BR-4 Bridge Rectifier With 4A Capacity
  • Designed to convert an AC input to full wave rectified DC output
  • 4 Amp Capacity Max
  • Has a 1” cube potted package with 18” color-coded flying leads
  • Allows full insulation to be field wired between a transformer and DC load device without concern for short circuits
Questions and Answers
Q: What is the Ac values for this unit?
A: Per the manufacturer these are to be used with low voltage only, 35 volts AC maximum...
Q: What are the Ac and DC values for this unit?
A: This will convert incoming AC voltage to DC voltage independent of the incoming voltage so long as you do not exceed 4 amps of draw through the bridge rectifier. Please confirm that this answers your question.
Q: I need wiring schematicfor BR-4
A: Regarding the Securitron BR-4 Bridge Rectifier With 4A Capacity, I spoke to the manufacturer who does not have a wiring diagram published however looking at the red wire, the black wire and the two yellow wires the only way to wire this would be to have the red and black go to the dc strike and the two yellow go to the ac power supply.
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