Resistance and capacitance of several phase shifting trigger circuit


Posted on Mar 28, 2007

The introduction for unidirectional thyristor trigger circuit is equally applicable to the TRIAC. Here are some also for bidirectional circuit shown in Figure 16-28. Figure 16-28 (a) and (b) is a direct trigger circuit; Figure 16-28 (c)


Resistance and capacitance of several phase shifting trigger circuit
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for the dual diode to trigger the trigger circuit; Fig. 16-28 (d) for the introduction of two light-emitting diodes in inverse parallel trigger circuit; Figure 16-28 (e) for the introduction of neon bulbs trigger circuit; Figure 16-28 (f) for the introduction of two NPN diode (such as 3DG6, etc.) of the trigger circuit; Figure 16-28 (g) for the introduction of two anti-parallel diode trigger circuit; Figure 16-28 (h) for the introduction of a triode diac trigger circuit; Fig. 16-28 (1) for the introduction of two series regulator touch reverse hair circuit.




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