I have some questions on bridge rectifiers and how they work/output current and voltage, see details for full info.
If I use a bridge rectifier to convert AC 110V into "DC" 110(154V), I'm guessing the amperage rating on the rectifier is how much current will be available to use vs the voltage being output as well? The reason I put 154 volts is because peak voltage is 110ac times 1.4. I'm using this for LEDs, just to provide some more info. The bridge rectifiers I have are rated at 200V and 1.5A.?