Back emf, Electrical Engineering

 Transistor Switching Circuit Design

a) Sketchy a schematic diagram showing how a transistor can be used to control the operation of a relay

b) Determine what is meant by back EMF and how this can damage semiconductors

c) Show how back EMF protection can be executed in your circuit

Posted Date: 3/28/2013 1:56:05 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Back emf, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Back emf, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Back emf Discussions

Write discussion on Back emf
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
3 Phase 4 Wire Meters 3-phase 4 wire meters (10/20, 20/50 A) are used for agricultural and industrial consumers. For loads up to 50 A, the meters are directly linked to the su

how can I simulate air variable capacitors in cst simulator?

Q. What do you mean by Superposition and linearity? Mathematically a function is said to be linear if it satisfies two properties: homogeneity (proportionality or scaling) and

Delay time ( t d ) Initially a thyristor  remains  in forward  blocking  stat when  anode to cathode forward  voltage  is applied  and gate  to cathode circuit is opened. As t

Direct Tapping and Unmetered Connections Direct Tapping Direct tapping of power by non-customers is widely prevalent. This is mainly in domestic and agricultural categori

i just want to know any vacant in teaching side. Iam interested in taking online classes

Advantages of SDR 1. Easy to upgrade 2. Great flexibility. It can be dynamically updated with new software without any changes in hardware 3. Due to reduced number of har

Holes are majority carriers in (A) P-type semiconductors.  (B) N-type semiconductors. (C)  Insulators.            (D) Superconductors. Ans: Holes are m

What is Inductor Inductor, also known as a choke, is another passive type electrical component designed to take benefit of this relationship by forming a much stronger magnetic

High Voltage Distribution System or HVDS Adoption of HVDS (High Voltage Distribution System) through converting existing LVDS to HVDS reduces the technical losses appreciably.