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Light dimmer circuits  related subject: Power electronics
1200 Watt lamp dimmer circuit The circuit is a lamp dimmer circuit that is capable of controlling up to 1200 Watts. The circuit uses the Q4015LT combination Diac and Triac
220V/240V light dimmer 220V/240V light dimmer, pdf file
230V dimmer This is a standard circuit which can be used to adjust the brightness of mains lights and the speed of AC motors. It uses a triac, diac and has a radio-frequency interference (RFI) noise suppression circuit built into it as well, pdf file
Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp Integrated CFL using IR53H420, pdf file
Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp Switching regulator controls CCFT
Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp LCD Backlight Inverter Drive IC (FAN7311)
Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp Resonant Fluorescent Lamp Converter Provides Efficient and Compact Solution
Dimmer circuit lamp dimmers using triacs
Dimmer circuit, high resolution triac, 555, pdf file
Dimmer circuit that can be controlled with 0 - 10 VDC
Dimmer with a MOSFET pdf file
Dimming Electronic Ballasts pdf file
Disco VU lights disco VU lights circuit
Driving a fluorescent tube
Dusk to dawn switch this dusk to dawn switch switches on the lamp at night and automatically switches off the lamp in daytime
Electronic Ballasts Using the Cost-Saving IR215X Drivers pdf file
Electronic touch dimmer works with Siemens S566B, TIC206D, works fine
Low Voltage DC Supply Dimmable Ballast for 1 x 36W T8 Lamp pdf file
Light dimmer circuit simple light dimmer circuit using 0 - 10 VDC control
Light dimmer circuits How light dimmers work ? Typical 120V AC dimmer circuit, 1 kW 230V AC light dimmer circuit, Safety issues on building the circuits, Tips on selecting components, Radio frequency interference details, Buzzing problems with dimmers, Dimming inductive loads, How touch dimmers work ? pdf file
Light operated switch control up to 500W of lighting, resistive
Low Cost Non-Dimming 220V Ballast Design This application note describes a high performance low cost ballast design using the ML4831 electronic ballast controller IC, pdf file
Neon glow lamps something unusual application, i have never seen this before
On-Off-Delayed Off Light Switch
Power a 6 inch 4 watt fluorescent tube off a 12 volt supply, consuming 300 mA
Remote control lighting up to four channels of light dimmers controlled with IR circuit
Sound to light
Thyristors for ignition of fluorescent lamps pdf file
Thyristors for ignition of fluorescent lamps pdf file
TOUCH CONTROL LAMP DIMMER LS7232ND, Phase-lock loop synchronization, LS7232ND is a MOS integrated circuit designed to control brightness of incandescent lamps. The output of this IC controls the brightness of a lamp by controlling the firing angle of a triac connected in series with the lamp, pdf file
Touch dimmer S566B
Touch dimmer by simply touching this touch dimmer you can increase the light intensity of incandescent lamps in three steps. The touch dimmer is built around 8-pin CMOS IC TT8486A/TT6061A specifically manufactured for touch dimmer applications, pdf file
Touch dimmer HT7700, pdf file
Transformer secondary electronic dimmer for low voltage halogen lamps LS7231 circuit, pdf file
Triac light dimmer triac light dimmer circuit, PDF file
Triac light dimmer triac light dimmer, sound to light, opto isolator, 555
Triac Light Dimmer pdf file
Touch Control Switch for Fluorescent Lamps.LS7539 Touch Control Switch for Fluorescent Lamps
Wall Dimmer with Neon Locator Bulb Wall Dimmer with Neon Locator Bulb, pdf file
Xenon strobe light

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