When both mt2 and gate are negative, Electrical Engineering

When both MT2 and Gate  are Negative

In this case N3  works as a remote gate. Current  flows form layer P2 to layer  N3 junction N1P1 is reverse biased  and it  breaks down. Hence the triac starts  conducting through  P2N1P1N4 layer.

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