|One of the important problems of power supply systems consists in ensuring the quality of energy supplied to consumers. In this issue, the reduction of the harmonic spectrum of the supplied voltage and current has a key role. As electronic power converters are now increasingly used by consumers, the problem of reducing the harmonic spectrum of the current absorbed by the power supply by these consumers is becoming more and more pronounced. For this, there is the problem of using consumers with a power factor as close as possible to the unit, which also ensures the increase of the efficiency of these consumers. The present paper focuses on the study of single-phase rectifier configurations provided with power factor control (PFC) structures. Among the multiple techniques and methods of power factor control, the scalar power factor control technique was applied to a boost type power converter, in two variants. The first variant is that of a single-phase rectifier in fully controlled bridge. The second is that of a single-phase rectifier in uncontrolled bridge. In both cases, the study of the scalar PFC technique was based on the Matlab/Simulink modeling of the two mentioned configurations. Achieving these models allowed the study of the correction mechanism of the power factor under the influence of the various functional parameters of the approached configurations.