May 30th, 2006, 07:48 PM
Joined: Jan 2006
From: S.E. WI
[align=justify] Thanks for the info. It was helpful.
I searched a great deal of the info available before I asked the questions, but didn't find that the rectifier is a full wave or what amperage I would need.
$20.00 or more seemed pretty pricey but good to know that a none dealer part would work.
I was told by the supplier that you can go with a higher amperage as it will only use what it needs but you can't go with less.
I found one at a local electronics shop; P/N- NTE5322, 25A, 200V, 1/4" spade connectors, $6.19. Works fine. For those that might not want to use another manufacturers product the Semikron can be purchased through Newark Electornics for about $8.00.