The N2172ZC440 is Phase Control Thyristor made by WESTCODE.
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WESTCODE Date 13 Nov 2001 Data Sheet Issue 1 Phase Control Thyristor Types N2172ZC400 to N2172ZC450 Absolute Maximum Ratings VDRM VDSM VRRM VRSM VOLTAGE RATINGS Repetitive peak off state voltage note 1 Non repetitive peak off state voltage note 1 Repetitive peak reverse voltage note 1 Non repetitive peak reverse voltage note 1 MAXIMUM LIMITS 4000 4500 4000 4500 4000 4500 4100 4600 UNITS V V V V IT AV IT AV IT AV IT RMS IT d c ITSM ITSM2 I2t I2t diT dt VRGM PG AV PGM VGD THS Tstg OTHER RATINGS Mean on state current Tsink 55 C note 2 Mean on state current Tsink 85 C note 2 Mean on state current Tsink 85 C note 3 Nominal RMS on state current Tsink 25 C note 2 D C on state current Tsink 25 C note 4 Peak non repetitive surge tp 10ms Vrm 0 6VRRM note 5 Peak non repetitive surge tp 10ms Vrm 10V note 5 I2t capacity for fusing tp 10ms Vrm 0 6VRRM note 5 I2t capacity for fusing tp 10ms Vrm 10V note 5 Maximum rate of r
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Once triggered, the thyristor remains in the "on" state until the current flowing through the device is interrupted or the voltage across the device falls below a certain level. Thyristors have several advantages over traditional mechanical switches, including high reliability, fast switching speeds, and the ability to handle high currents and voltages. They also have a number of disadvantages, including sensitivity to temperature changes, slow turn-off time, and the need for external triggering circuitry.
WESTCODE N2172ZC440 THYRISTOR
Phase Control Thyristor
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