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DC Components KBPC5006 Bridge Rectifier 50A 600V

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Brand: DC Components MPN: KBPC5006
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A 600V single-phase silicon bridge rectifier rated at 50A. The device features a metal case that maximises heat dissipation.

  • 500A Surge overload rating
  • Low forward voltage drop
  • Single hole fixing
  • 6.3 x 0.8mm fast-on termination
  • Dimensions 30 x 30 x 11.5mm

Part numberKBPC5006
Tj–55°C to +150°C

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KBPC5006 Bridge Rectifier

Reviewed by: Mr James George - 31 March 2017
Having bought my first decent, bigish amp 12v battery charger 18 months ago I was dismayed when it conked out after probably the fourth use, especially as it was relatively expensive, but not expensive enough to justify getting someone else to repair it. However having read RN Boulton's review above, and taking some advice from youtube on testing the bridge rectifier, I spent £1.06 on this and bingo, it works perfectly! What could be simpler, thank you. In hindsight I think the first one wasn't screwed firmly enough to the heat sink, which is probably what killed it.

Bridge rectifiers

Reviewed by: RN Boulton - 09 June 2015
I have a miniature ride on railway with electrically powered locomotives using on board car batteries which I re-charge after a run. Lately a battery charge ammeter failed to show any charging current and I diagnosed a failed bridge rectifier. (The expensive pert of any charger is the copper wound transformer.) Ordered a spare bridge rectifier, promptly delivered at a reasonable price. Fitted in minutes by plugging in. Tested and found 'S' Very happy customer