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  • n. Plural form of thyristor.

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  • Additionally the coolers are suitable for use with all large area power devices, such as thyristors and Rectifier diodes, with contact electrodes from 90mm to 125mm diameter and clamping force up to 13 N per square millimeter.

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  • I knew I could do more than connect thyristors to a high-power audio amp.

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  • But I was inspired by a new technology back then called thyristors.

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  • Favourable and economical speed setting results from changing the voltage by means of controlled rectifiers (thyratrons or thyristors).

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  • The electricity switching is done by modern solid state electronics, controlled by a printed circuit board which senses the change in the load, interprets this into control signals to the electronic switching devices, thyristors, which in turn bring in or switch out the auxiliary loads as required.

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  • This is a dynamic system in which the controller is continually being updated with information, and is continually adjusting the firing angle of the thyristors to respond immediately to the demand on the alternator.

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  • Market value and volume for semiconductors by type diodes, mounted piezo-electric crystals, photosensitive semiconductor devices, thyristors, diacs and triacs, transistors, other semiconductor devices and parts of semiconductors

  • He will explore the use of low-forward-voltage-drop 45 V TMBS Schottky diodes as bypass diodes in solar junction boxes, and inverter power modules, FRED® Pt ultra-fast diodes, and thyristors in different types of solar inverters.

  • Located in Chippenham, England, Westcode Semiconductors Ltd is the IXYS leading manufacturing site for very high power thyristors, SCRs and rectifiers ranging up to 6500 Volts and 15,000 Amps.

  • According to the report, total market for high power devices and modules (including IGBTs, thyristors and diodes) was $390 million in 2009 and is expected to ramp up to more than $570 million by 2015.

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