Its when the anode of one SCR is connected to the cathode of the other and vice versa. [the SCR's point in opposite directions and are connected in parallel]can someone tell me what are anti parellel SCRs ? read it
Your joking ...of course.....
I think you should read my post.!It is in fact, neither anti-parallel, parallel, nor series. Everyone is just too lazy to actually describe it accurately in words.
How did it become your thread?I think you should read my thread.!
Hi,How did it become your thread?
OK, I have a confession to make; I didn't read this thread very carefully. Sorry, I'm usually pretty fastidious when I go through these. I blame the Alabama heat for my lack of attention span. I've never heard an Engineer in the US use that term before. I've only seen it on this forum. But that might be because I've only done digital logic design for the last 14 years. The last time I held an SCR was when I was an Engineering Technician, back in the 80's.
I guess languages are developed to be used and the meaning of words refers exactly to what they should say.It is in fact, neither anti-parallel, parallel, nor series. Everyone is just too lazy to actually describe it accurately in words.