Triac - power semiconductor devices , Electrical Engineering

Triac 

As the  name  suggests TRIAC  is advice which  has three  electrodes and works  on AC.  The three terminals of triac are MTI ( Main Terminal ) MT2 ( Main  terminal ) and gate. It  is a bidirectional device  means it can conduct in both  the directions. The symbol  and characteristics of traic  are shown  in figure .

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