You use a solid-state relay using a triac internally. Which triac is good for VAC? Sign up using Facebook. This has been answered hundreds of times on this site. With this scheme, you cannot control an inductive load unless datasjeet come up with some way to deal with the inductive kickback.
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Choose a triac to match your line voltage and the required current. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. SSRs come in two flavours — zero-cross and non zero-cross. Your controller circuit will need to detect the zero-crossing point and trigger the triac after the required delay. The V rating is absolute maximum V DC. Should I just connect drain and source to the AC wire?
Nice answer, but But still unclear. Because I wana create one Why not buy a dimmer switch? You are taking on an ambitious project given your current knowledge. Look up mains zero-cross detection circuits. Tahmid 1 7. Sign up using Facebook. If you want to switch VAC then use a relay.
Post as a guest Name. With this scheme, you cannot control an inductive load unless you come up with some way to deal with the inductive kickback. You use a solid-state relay using a triac internally. For your dimming application you need non zero-cross so that you can switch on at any point in the cycle.
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