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  1. that 12ohm resistance means that the circuit will...

    that 12ohm resistance means that the circuit will draw 2-3 amps, so basically any rectifier that looks like the one on the right will work, in that size they usually start at 25-30A and 200V minimum...
  2. ok, let's ignore the schematic for now, when you...

    ok, let's ignore the schematic for now, when you measure 30V AC is on the input side of the rectifier (red wires - "1" and "28V") is there something on the DC output ("F-" and "47")? If there isn't -...
  3. inputs to the rectifier are "1" and "28V" in your...

    inputs to the rectifier are "1" and "28V" in your drawing (the red wires in the picture, and note one of the red wires went somewhere and was cut), measure the AC between those, not against common...
  4. the circuit wouldn't work the way you drew it,...

    the circuit wouldn't work the way you drew it, here is something that would if I understood your intention correctly - I don't recognize the element in the green circle, that is a capacitor symbol,...
  5. "one size does not fit all", and "not" even in...

    "one size does not fit all", and "not" even in caps, as to suggest the importance of what is being said

    and now I see that it was said completely out of context, so I'll ask - does every topic...
  6. ok, so lets now put your argument in this...

    ok, so lets now put your argument in this particular context - how many of those characteristics useful in 1000A plating rectifier are relevant for a simple dc electromagnet? :) (I'm still assuming...
  7. afair the difference between these and silicone...

    afair the difference between these and silicone ones is the efficiency, less voltage drop on the silicone ones, so I don't really see reason why an appropriately rated silicone one wouldn't work for...
  8. looks like a diode bridge rectifier p.s. that...

    looks like a diode bridge rectifier

    p.s. that particular style is quite old, would be a good idea to replace it with a modern one, since you're cutting wires there already
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