A single-phase, bridgeless Cuk AC/DC power factor correction (PFC) rectifier with positive output voltage is proposed in this paper. For low output voltage product applications, the rectifier is designed to convert high input voltage to low output voltage. Due to no bridge-diodes required and thus decreased input conduction losses, the proposed rectifier efficiency can be improved. The proposed rectifier operates in discontinuous conduction mode (DCM) and the current-loop circuit is hence not needed. Also, only a single switch is used in the rectifier to simplify the control circuit design. A simple translation method to have the positive output voltage in the Cuk converter is presented in the rectifier to reduce the component counts and cost as well. The operational principles, steady-state analysis, and design procedure of the proposed rectifier are addressed in detail in this paper. Simulation and experimental results obtained from a 150 W-rated prototype circuit with input 90 Vrms -130 Vrms, 60Hz, and output 48 Vdc have verified the validity of the proposed rectifier.