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Design and Manufacture a Rectifier used as a DC power source for charging batteries

Design and manufacture a battery charger to charge batteries of specifications 12 volts 36 AH using conventional silicon diode, full wave bridge rectifier and a cut-off circuit. 

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Timeline

30 days

Certificate

Provided by the Company after Review

Incentives

Paid Internship

Expected Output

  1. Working Prototype of the Rectifier    Video
  2. Documentation of concept, equipment & process used     Pdf
  3. Schematic Diagram of Rectifier    Jpeg

Why take up this Menternship?

On completing this Menternship, you will learn about

  • 1. Manufacturing of a Battery Charger
    2. Rectifier Circuit Design 
    3. Applications of Rectifier


About this Menternship

Rectification produces a type of DC that encompasses active voltages and currents, which are then adjusted into a type of constant voltage DC, although this varies depending on the current's end use. The current is allowed to flow uninterrupted in one direction, and no current is allowed to flow in the opposite direction. A rectifier is an electrical device composed of one or more diodes that converts alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC). It can take the shape of several different physical forms such as solid-state diodes, vacuum tube diodes, mercury arc valves, silicon-controlled rectifiers and various other silicon-based semiconductor switches.

The Menternship given by Suncore is to manufacture a Rectifier which can charge batteries of specifications 12 volts 36 AH using conventional silicon diode, full wave bridge rectifier and a cut-off circuit. 
Input Voltage : 230 Volts, single phase, 50 HZ
Output : 12 Volts, 36 AH

Design and Manufacture a Rectifier used as a DC power source for charging batteries