Peak Inverse Voltage Calculator
Voltage = 120
The peak inverse voltage is either the specified maximum voltage that a diode rectifier can block, or, alternatively, the maximum voltage that a rectifier needs to block in a given circuit.
- Power (watts): power for the electric circuit, in watts.
- Current (amps): current for the item in the circuit, in amps.
- Voltage (volts): voltage for the electric circuit. The default value is set for 120 volts since this is most common.
Contributed by Michael Geyer. Description provided [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peak_inverse_voltage | here].
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