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Thyristor | Its Working, Types & Applications

Thyristor Its Working, Types & Applications

What Is A Thyristor? How Do They Work, Their Types & Applications A thyristor is a solid-state semiconductor switching device. It is a bistable switch that operates in two stable states; non-conducting and conducting state. They are said to be an ideal switch but practically they have some limitations based …

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Different Types Of Diodes & Their Applications

Different Types Of Diodes & Their Applications

Various Types Of Diodes With Their Characteristics & Applications The diode is the most used semiconductor device in electronics circuits. It is a two-terminal electrical check valve that allows the flow of current in one direction. They are mostly made up of silicon but germanium is also used. Usually, they …

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How To Test A Capacitor? Using Various Methods

How To Test A Capacitor With Multimeter Different Methods Of Capacitor Test

How To Test A Capacitor With Multimeter? Different Methods Of Capacitor Test In Electronic circuits, Capacitor is one of the most commonly used components. During the troubleshooting of such circuits, it is necessary to know how to test a capacitor.  In this article, we will discuss how to test a capacitor …

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How To Test A Relay?

How To Test A Relay

How To Test A Relay Using Multimeter & Battery? Its Terminal Identification & Operation In this article, we will show you “how to test a relay“. A relay usually gets damaged due to a number of reasons. So it is crucial to test a relay if it stopped working before …

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What Is Rectifier? Types Of Rectifiers

What Is Rectifier Different Types Of Rectifiers

What Is Rectifier? Different Types Of Rectifiers (Controlled & Uncontrolled Rectifiers) In Electronics, Rectifier circuit is the most used circuit because almost every electronic appliance operates on DC (Direct Current) but the availability of the DC Sources are limited such as electrical outlets in our homes provide AC (Alternating current). …

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