Diode current -zener region, Electrical Engineering

Diode current:

Zener region: when the reverse biased voltage is increase to a very high value then a point is reached where will is suddenly going a very high value.

The reserve bias potential is called as Zener potential and is given by symbol vs.

The maximum reserve bias potential that can be applied before entering the Zener region is called the peak inverse voltage or pie rating.

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