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From: "Tom Del Rosso"
References: <01c28dd1$a363c060$0100007f@stupidwin95> <6_2cnW4g8dDbw0WgXTWcrg@comcast.com>
Subject: Re: digital SCR exist?
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Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2002 03:56:15 GMT
"David Jones" wrote in
> ok point taken. I didn't even realize I worded it so badly. nor did I
> some of the terrible typos I made too. but actually I was controlling
> triac using a 9 volt batter or just the parallel port of my computer
> I was just trying to see if I could control something with it. it
> work which is why I asked the original question.
Triacs are for switching AC. They only look similar to SCR in a
schematic. Anyway, SCRs are only for special switching applications.
They are not the first component to think of when you think of switching
something. That's what transistors are for.
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