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triad inductive load

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transistor equivalent 505a

Abstract: transistor equivalent 2N6287 measurements Safe operating area (switching) See table I, subgroup 2 3053 Load condition C; (unclamped inductive load); (see figure 4) TA = +25°C; Rs 0.1 ; tr + tf 15 ns; duty cycle 2 percent Test 1 tp , B; (clamped inductive load); TA = +25°C; Rs = 0.1 ; tr + tf 1.0 µs; duty cycle 2 percent; tp = , . Safe operating area for switching between saturation and cutoff (unclamped inductive load). 12 , coils in series, 80 mH and 20 mH windings (Triad C-48u or equivalent).) See footnote at end of
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T582

Abstract: 2N3739JAN Continued Safe operating area (switching) Unit Symbol Inspection 1/ 3053 Load condition C (unclamped inductive load) (see figure 5) TA = +25C; duty cycle 10 percent; Rs = 1; tr = tf 500 ns , FIGURE 5. Safe operating area for switching between saturation and cutoff (unclamped inductive load). , resistance of 1.0 ohm (for reference only: Triad C-48u, centertapped, or equivalent.) Safe operating , ohm. For reference only: Triad C-48u (center-tapped), or equivalent (see 4.4.5) 3. RS 1 ohm, 12 W, 1
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C48U

Abstract: transistor equivalent 2N6287 area (switching) See table I, subgroup 2 3053 Load condition C; (unclamped inductive load , Subgroup 5 Safe operating area (switching) 2N6286 2N6287 3053 Load condition B; (clamped inductive load); TA = +25C; Rs = 0.1 ; tr + tf 1.0 s; duty cycle 2 percent; tp = 1 ms (vary to obtain IC , between saturation and cutoff (unclamped inductive load). 15 MIL-PRF-19500/505E 5. PACKAGING , mH and 20 mH windings (Triad C-48u or equivalent).) Electrical measurements See table I
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C48U transistor equivalent 2N6287 3041 v C-48U S16884 MIL-PRF-19500/505D MIL-PRF-19500

C-48U

Abstract: 2N3739 Symbol Inspection 1/ 3053 Load condition C (unclamped inductive load) (see figure 4) TA = +25C , inductive load). 11 MIL-PRF-19500/402C NOTES: 1. Either a clamping circuit or clamping diode may , inductance of 25 mH at 100 mA with max. dc resistance of 1.0 ohm (For reference only: Triad C , resistance of 1 ohm. For reference only: Triad C-48u (center-tapped), or equivalent (see 4.4.5) 3. RS 1 ohm , current returns to zero. 3. Perform specified endpoint tests. FIGURE 5. Clamped inductive sweep test
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2N3739 QML-19500 TO-66 CASE 614 MIL-S-19500/402B

touch dimmer IC

Abstract: identical to the operation of a normal filament lamp due to the primarily resistive nature of the load. In operation with resistive and inductive portions of load, the zero crossing of the current compared to that , occurring once every half- cycle of the AC and is intended to drive the gate of a triad in series with the load. The conduction angle, ø of the AT pulse can be varied by means of LONG and SHORT touches at , line-voltage half cycle applied to the load via the triac that has started to conduct because of the trigger
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touch dimmer IC M7237 M7238 M7237/M7238 IN4148 BTA04 BTA12
Abstract: triad in series with the load. The conduction angle, ø of the AT pulse can be varied by means of LONG , identical to the operation of a normal filament lamp due to the primarily resistive nature of the load. In operation with resistive and inductive portions of load, the zero crossing of the current compared to that of the line voltage line is delayed. In operation with heavily inductive loads (eg an idling , line-voltage half cycle applied to the load via the triac that has started to conduct because of the trigger MOSDESIGN Semiconductor
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MPS92 1SS106 115AC 220AC

touch dimmer IC

Abstract: triad in series with the load. The conduction angle, ø of the AT pulse can be varied by means of LONG , the operation of a normal filament lamp due to the primarily resistive nature of the load. In operation with resistive and inductive portions of load, the zero crossing of the current compared to that of the line voltage line is delayed. In operation with heavily inductive loads (eg an idling , cycle applied to the load via the triac that has started to conduct because of the trigger pulse
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680KO 150KO 330KO BT134

touch dimmer IC

Abstract: identical to the operation of a normal filament lamp due to the primarily resistive nature of the load. In operation with resistive and inductive portions of load, the zero crossing of the current compared to that , occurring once every half- cycle of the AC and is intended to drive the gate of a triad in series with the load. The conduction angle, ø of the AT pulse can be varied by means of LONG and SHORT touches at , line-voltage half cycle applied to the load via the triac that has started to conduct because of the trigger
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TRIAC dimmer touch

Abstract: identical to the operation of a normal filament lamp due to the primarily resistive nature of the load. In operation with resistive and inductive portions of load, the zero crossing of the current compared to that , occurring once every half- cycle of the AC and is intended to drive the gate of a triad in series with the load. The conduction angle, ø of the AT pulse can be varied by means of LONG and SHORT touches at , line-voltage half cycle applied to the load via the triac that has started to conduct because of the trigger
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TRIAC dimmer touch

BT134/SCHEMATIC touch dimmer

Abstract: bt134 triac dimmer nature of the load. In operation with resistive and inductive portions of load, the zero crossing of the current compared to that of the line voltage line is delayed. In operation with heavily inductive loads , occurring once every half- cycle of the AC and is intended to drive the gate of a triad in series with the load. The conduction angle, ø of the AT pulse can be varied by means of LONG and SHORT touches at , negative line-voltage half cycle applied to the load via the triac that has started to conduct because of
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BT134/SCHEMATIC touch dimmer bt134 triac dimmer

2N6348 equivalent

Abstract: 2N6348 area (switching) 3053 Load condition C, (unclamped inductive load), (see figure 4) TA = +25°C , , VCC 10 V dc, L = 10 mH Safe operating area (switching) Clamped inductive load TA = +25°C , inductive load). 12 MIL-PRF-19500/508C NOTES: 1. Either a clamping circuit or clamping diode may , resistance of 0.1 ohm. For reference only: 4 Triad C-48U; (20 mH windings in parallel) or equivalent. 3. RS , inductive sweep test circuit. 13 MIL-PRF-19500/508C 5. PACKAGING * 5.1 Packaging. For acquisition
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2N6437 2N6438 2N6348 equivalent 2N6348 MIL-PRF-19500/508B

diode cc 3053

Abstract: 2N6341 ) 3053 Load condition C; (unclamped inductive load) see figure 4 TC = +25°C; duty cycle 10 percent , inductive load; TA = +25°C; duty cycle 5 percent; tp 1.5 ms (vary to obtain IC); VCC 50 V dc; IC 25 , -19500/509C FIGURE 4. Safe operating area for switching between saturation and cutoff - unclamped inductive load. 14 MIL-PRF-19500/509C Procedure: 1. With switch S1 closed, set the specified test , dc resistance of .1. For reference only: 4 Triad C-48U; (20 mH windings in parallel) or equivalent
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2N6338 2N6341 diode cc 3053 cc 3053 MIL-PRF19500 MIL-S-19500/509B 204AA

diode cc 3053

Abstract: JANTX 2N6341 ) 3053 Load condition C; (unclamped inductive load) see figure 5 TC = +25°C; duty cycle 10 percent , inductive load; TA = +25°C; duty cycle 5 percent; tp 1.5 ms (vary to obtain IC); VCC 50 V dc; IC 25 , -19500/509D FIGURE 3. Safe operating area for switching between saturation and cutoff - unclamped inductive load. 14 MIL-PRF-19500/509D Maximum Thermal Impedance 2N6338 and 2N6341 10 Theta (C/W , dc resistance of .1. For reference only: 4 Triad C-48U; (20 mH windings in parallel) or equivalent
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JANTX 2N6341 509D BUT 509D

2n6284 equivalent

Abstract: 2N6283 Load condition C, (unclamped inductive load), (see figure 4) TA = 25C, Rs 0.1 , tr + tf 15 ns , 3053 Load condition B, (clamped inductive load), TA = 25C, Rs 0.1 , tr + tf 1.0 s, duty cycle , saturation and cutoff (unclamped inductive load). 15 MIL-PRF-19500/504E 5. PACKAGING 5.1 Packaging , ) (Triad c-48u or equivalent). Subgroup 5 - Continued Safe operating area (switching) 2N6283
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2N6284 2n6284 equivalent MIL-PRF-19500/504D

4424 ym

Abstract: 4426 mosfet driver , resistive or inductive. Resistive Load Pow er Dissipation Dissipation caused by a resistive load can be , Capacitance V s = Driver Supply Voltage Inductive Load Pow er Dissipation For inductive loads the situation is , / 4424/4425 drivers are suitable for driving o th er loads (capacitive, resistive, o r inductive) w hich , Current vs. Supply Current vs. Frequency Supply Current vs. Capacitive Load » i!B ;s s 2 S ü ill , affect the rate at which it is possible to turn a load off: The adequacy of the grounding available for
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4424 ym 4426 mosfet driver TL594 application PWM IC 8-PIN DIP logic 4424 pwm MIC4423/4424/4425 IC4426/4427/4428 IC426/427/428 IC4423/4424/4425 MIC4423/

diode PJ 0416

Abstract: whether the load is capacitive, resistive or inductive. Resistive Load Power Dissipation P Q = V S [D , 250,000 x (3 x 10â' 9 + 3 x 10~9) x 122 = 0.2160W Inductive Load Power Dissipation For , , resistive, or inductive) which require lowimpedance, high peak currents, and fast switching times. Heavily , .4.5V to 18V â'¢ High Capacitive Load Drive Capability. 1800pF in 25ns , 100X the load capacitance in order to achieve optimum driving speed. It also implies that the
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diode PJ 0416 MIC4426/4427/4428 MIC426/427/428

MIC4125YME

Abstract: MIC4124 whether the load is capacitive, resistive or inductive. PQ = VS [D IH + (1 ­ D) IL] Resistive Load , transition power loss: Inductive Load Power Dissipation For inductive loads the situation is more , inductive) which require low-impedance, high peak currents, and fast switching times. Heavily loaded clock , Propagation Delay vs. Supply Voltage 40 25 20 td1 30 20 10 C = 1000pF LOAD 0 5 10 15 , CAPACITIVE LOAD (pF) 80 70 60 5V 20 TIME (ns) RISE TIME (ns) 120 PROPAGATION DELAY (ns
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MIC4125YME MIC4124 MIC4123YME MIC4123 MIC4124YME MIC4126 MIC4123/4124/4125 MIC4126/4127/4128 M9999-052405

MIC4124YME

Abstract: differs depending on whether the load is capacitive, resistive or inductive. Resistive Load Power , : f = Operating Frequency C = Load Capacitance VS = Driver Supply Voltage Inductive Load Power , , or inductive) which require low-impedance, high peak currents, and fast switching times. Heavily , Output Low 20V 1000 CAPACITIVE LOAD (pF) 10000 12V 1000 CAPACITIVE LOAD (pF) 10000 0 100 10 , 5 0 5 R is e T ime F all T ime td1 30 20 10 C = 1000pF LOAD 0 5 10 15 SUPPLY VOLTAGE (V
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M9999-123104

MIC4424CN

Abstract: , resistive or inductive. Resistive Load Power Dissipation Quiescent power dissipation (P q , as described , x (VS)2 PL = 250,000 x (3 x 10â' 9 + 3 x 10â' 9) x 122 = 0.2160W Inductive Load Power , inductive) which require lowimpedance, high peak currents, and fast switching times. Heavily loaded clock , . 4.5V to 18V High Capacitive Load Drive C apability. 1800pF in 25ns , C LOAD ( P F ) Supply Current vs. -75 -30 15 60 105 150 JUNCTION TEMPERATURE ( C
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MIC4424CN MIC4423XN/J MIC4423XWM MIC4424XN/J MIC4424XWM MIC4425XN/J MIC4425XWM

4424 ym

Abstract: MIC4423AJBQ are equally well suited to driving any other load (capacitive, resistive, or inductive) which requires , inductive. Resistive Load Power Dissipation Dissipation caused by a resistive load can be calculated as: PL , Supply Voltage Inductive Load Power Dissipation For inductive loads the situation is more complicated , . 4.5V to 18V High Capacitive Load Drive Capability. 1800pF in 25ns , minimum of power, and provide rail-to-rail voltage swings to better insure the logic state of any load
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MIC4423AJBQ MIL-STD-883 MIC4426 MIC4423/2 4423X
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