Silicon-Controlled Rectifier, SCR is a four-layer
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What is Silicon-Controlled Rectifier?
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Silicon-Controlled Rectifier, SCR is a four-layer semiconductor device commonly used in power control applications (e.g., light dimmers and motor-speed controls). The electrodes are called the anode, the cathode, and the gate. The control signal is applied to the gate. Abbreviation, SCR.

See also, THYRISTOR, THYRECTOR, THYRATRON

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