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Active semiconductors technology:
General overview IGBT JFET MOSFET Thyristor-Triac-UJT Transistors

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DIAC  related topic: Power electronics
BR100 pdf file
Diac en Français
Diac
Diac, triac, thyristor diac, triac, thyristor, en Français
Diac Bilateral Trigger Diac, pdf-file
Diac Bilateral Trigger Diac, pdf-file
DIAC V-I curve DIAC V-I curve, pdf-file
Diacs DIACs are triggering diodes with a fixed breakover voltage. Typical applications are phase control circuits and electronic lamp ballasts, pdf-file
Diacs Specifications Diacs Specifications
 
Thyristor  related subject: Triac-thyristor applications
Explanation of Maximum Ratings and Characteristics for Thyristors Data sheets for SCRs and triacs give vital information regarding maximum ratings and characteristics of thyristors. If the maximum ratings of the thyristors are surpassed, possible irreversible damage may occur, pdf file
Fundamental characteristics of thyristors fundamental characteristics of thyristors, pdf file
Fundamental characteristics of thyristors fundamental characteristics of thyristors, pdf file
Fundamental characteristics of thyristors and triacs fundamental characteristics of thyristors, pdf file
Gate Triggering And Gate Characteristics pdf file
Gate triggering and the use of gate characteristics pdf file
Gating, latching, and holding of SCR's and Triacs pdf file
GCT thyristor Gate Commutated Thyristors (GCTs)
MTO thyristor
Maximum ratings and characteristics for thyristors pdf file
Phase control using thyristors pdf file
Power Control with Thyristors and Triacs Power Control with Thyristors and Triacs, pdf
Power Thyristor Databook - Packaging Options  Detailed description of all power thyristor packaging options, pdf
SCR tester
Series, Inverse-Parallel and Turn-Off Connections for SCR Thyristor Devices Forced Commutation Method Type E or Complementary Commutation, pdf
THREE-PHASE CONTROLLED RECTIFIERS Three-phase controlled rectifiers have a wide range of applications, from small rectifiers to large High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) transmission systems. They are used for electro-chemical process, many kinds of motor drives, traction equipment, controlled power supplies, and many other applications, pdf
Thyristor, diac et triac en Français
Thyristor en Français
Thyristors how Thyristors work
Thyristor A thyristor, commonly known as SCR (Silicon Controlled Rectifier) is basically a four – layer pnpn device that has three electrodes ( a cathode, an anode and a control electrode called the gate), pdf file
Thyristor and diode measurement with a multi-meter pdf file
Thyristors and Triacs the Holding Current, The purpose of this note is to familiarize the user of a triac (or a thyristor) with the parameter IH: hypostatic current or holding current, pdf file
Thyristors and Triacs introduction blocking voltages, on-state voltage drop, trigger current, latching and holding current, off-state dV/dt, triac commutation and surge protection, PNPN structure, NPNPN structure, Educypedia, pdf file
Thyristors and Triacs ratings pdf file
Thyristor characteristics pdf file
Thyristor design tips pdf file
Thyristor maximum ratings pdf file
Thyristors, diac, GTO
Turn-on of thyristors in parallel pdf file
 
TRIAC 
Fundamental characteristics of thyristors and triacs fundamental characteristics of thyristors, pdf file
High commutation triacs Triac commutation explained A triac is an AC conduction device and may be thought of as two antiparallel thyristors monolithically integrated onto the same silicon chip, Hi-com, three quadrant triac, pdf file
IMPROVEMENT IN THE TRIAC COMMUTATION Triac voltage and current at commutation, Critical (di/dt)c versus (dv/dt)c (below the curve the triac turns on spontaneously), Current and voltage ware forms for inductance loads, pdf file
Power semiconductors pdf file
Thyristor and triac applcation notes book This application note presents the basic fundamentals of SCR, triac, sidac, and diac thyristors so the user understands how they differ in characteristics and parameters from their electromechanical counterparts. Also, thyristor terminology is defined, pdf file
Thyristors and Triacs the Holding Current, The purpose of this note is to familiarize the user of a triac (or a thyristor) with the parameter IH: hypostatic current or holding current, pdf file
Triac commutation Triac commutation, pdf file
Triac snubber network The subject of this paper is, first of all, to analyze the functions of snubber circuits for triacs and to propose calculation methods, pdf file
Triac test Testing a Triac
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UJT 
PUT The Programmable Unijunction Transistor behaves much like a unijunction transistor (UJT), but is "programmable" via external resistors, ...
PUT PUT, programmable unijunction transistor
Programmable UJT A programmable unijunc ion transistor (PUT for short ) is also a 4- layer p-n-p-n device with an anode gate G
UJT relaxation oscillator design and simulation of an UJT relaxation oscillator circuit
UJT, Thyristor, Triac en Français, pdf file
UJT, Uni Junction Transistor
Uni junction Transistor Uni junction Transistor, UJT
Uni junction Transistor Uni junction Transistor, characteristics of the UJT, UJT relaxation oscillator, pdf file
Uni junction Transistor UJT
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