The SCR has only two states of operation i.e. it can be either fully ON or completely OFF hence SCR can as a switch. There is no “active” region of operation like a transistor.
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VI Characteristics of SCR (Silicon controlled rectifier)
The VI characteristics of SCR(silicon controlled rectifier) is a graph of anode current Ia on the y-axis and anode to cathode voltage on the x-axis as shown in the graph. The characteristics in the reverse direction (anode to cathode voltage negative) is similar to a reverse-biased diode. SCR is a member of the thyristor family. […]
What is Silicon Controlled Rectifier SCR
Silicon Controlled Rectifier (SCR) is one of the oldest four-layer solid-state power device it was invented in 1957. SCR has the highest power handling capacity in comparison with other semiconductor devices. It has three terminals namely anode, cathode, and gate