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A good book about TRIACS

MacIntoshCZ

Active Member
Mate,

No, it is not another troll, and if you look into your picture and name, well...."the pot calling the kettle black".
I didnt want to insult you, but yours name is kinda similar to user which makes new topics on new accounts and asking questions for fun, when you reply to them, he place same question again....
 

MaxHeadRoom78

Well-Known Member
I was actually looking for a good reference a couple days ago to understand an SCR flip-flop circuit I saw on YouTube but I didn't find a good reference. But today, my Google powers are better

SCR Manual Including Triacs and Other Thyristors – Fifth Edition, by General Electric from 1972 looks pretty comprehensive in over 700 pages. Click the link to start a download of the pdf.
I still have my original hard copy, and the companion at the time also by GE, Experimenters (SCR-Triac) circuit manual. ;)
Max.
 

DerStrom8

Super Moderator
I didnt want to insult you, but yours name is kinda similar to user which makes new topics on new accounts and asking questions for fun, when you reply to them, he place same question again....
Maybe next time give the new user a chance before jumping to conclusions :p
 

Visitor

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If you haven't noticed yet, I have been archiving resources like this in "Jon's Imaginarium" posts for easy reference. References, circuits I have found useful, new products you might have missed and so on are posted so they may easily be located. Check out the wealth of material there, and feel free to add to the list if you find good references.

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