IGBT_Terminals

Types of IGBT: Basics, Comparison

Types of IGBT: Insulated Gate Bipolar Junction Transistor (IGBTs) are normally classified into two types. They are namely (i) Non Punch Through IGBT [NPT-IGBT] (ii) Punch Through [PT-IGBT]. These IGBTs are also referred to...

Darlington_Pair

Darlington Pair Circuit

Darlington Connection: What is meant by Darlington Pair Circuit? The circuit arrangement having two bipolar junction transistors with their collectors connected together and the emitter of one transistor connected to the base of the another...

Power_Supply_terminology

Power Supply Terminology

Power supply terminology: To Understand and study about DC-DC converters, Linear Power supply design, SMPS Design, we have to be familiar with various power supply terminology like Line/Load regulations, surge voltage, Transients etc. In this...

DIAC_Structure

DIAC Diode :Basics, Characteristics, Applications

DIAC - Diode on AC: Tutorial The DIAC is basically a two-terminal parallel-inverse combination of semiconductor layers that permits triggering in either direction. There is no control terminal on this device. Physically it looks like...

TVS_Diode_Characteristics

TVS Diode Selection Guide Tutorial

How to Select Transient Voltage Suppressors (TVS Diode) ? TVS Diode Tutorial and Selection Procedure: Introduction: Transient voltage suppressors (TVS) are clamping devices that limit voltage spikes by low impedance avalanche breakdown of a...

Difference between Electrical Drives: AC and DC Drives

Introduction: This post explains the difference between AC and DC Drives. It is highly recommended to read the Electrical Drives: Introduction, Advantages, Classification Post before proceeding further. A Drive is a combination of various...