P-channel mosfet rectifier with TS1001 and BSH205Designed by Bazinga!, Ships from Singapore
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What is it? Looking for an efficient rectifier circuit? "You can combine a carefully chosen op amp, a low-threshold P-channel MOSFET, and two feedback resistors to make a rectifier circuit with les...Read More…
Looking for an efficient rectifier circuit?
"You can combine a carefully chosen op amp, a low-threshold P-channel MOSFET, and two feedback resistors to make a rectifier circuit with less forward drop than a diode. The rectified output voltage powers the active circuitry, so no additional power supply is necessary." (http://www.edn.com/design/analog/4368525/Use-a-self-powered-op-amp-to-create-a-low-leakage-rectifier).
We made this while working on Energy Harvesting and found that the configuration was a very effective rectifier circuit (i.e. solar, piezoelectric sources).
Plug this into your breadboard right out of the box and start testing this alternate rectifier circuit and appreciate the science behind the design!
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