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Average Current for Half-wave Rectifier
Average Current=0.318*Peak Current GO

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Average Current for Half-wave Rectifier
Average Current=0.318*Peak Current GO

Average Current for Full-wave Rectifier Formula

Average Current=0.636*Peak Current
I<sub>avg</sub>=0.636*I<sub>o</sub>
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Why diodes are not operated in the breakdown region in rectifiers?

In the breakdown region, a diode has a risk of getting damaged or burnt because the magnitude of the current flowing through it increases uncontrollably. That is why didoes are not operated in the breakdown region in rectifiers.

How to Calculate Average Current for Full-wave Rectifier?

Average Current for Full-wave Rectifier calculator uses Average Current=0.636*Peak Current to calculate the Average Current, Average Current for Full-wave Rectifier is defined as that it is 0.636 times the peak current of the full-wave rectifier. Average Current and is denoted by Iavg symbol.

How to calculate Average Current for Full-wave Rectifier using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Average Current for Full-wave Rectifier, enter Peak Current (Io) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Average Current for Full-wave Rectifier calculation can be explained with given input values -> 6.36 = 0.636*10.

FAQ

What is Average Current for Full-wave Rectifier?
Average Current for Full-wave Rectifier is defined as that it is 0.636 times the peak current of the full-wave rectifier and is represented as Iavg=0.636*Io or Average Current=0.636*Peak Current. Peak current is the maximum amount of current which output is capable of sourcing for brief periods of time.
How to calculate Average Current for Full-wave Rectifier?
Average Current for Full-wave Rectifier is defined as that it is 0.636 times the peak current of the full-wave rectifier is calculated using Average Current=0.636*Peak Current. To calculate Average Current for Full-wave Rectifier, you need Peak Current (Io). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Peak Current and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Average Current?
In this formula, Average Current uses Peak Current. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Average Current=0.318*Peak Current
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