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Where power is a primary concern for the design under discussion. Use the "low-power" tag when that applies.

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TRIAC, or a bidirectional thyristor is a way to do it. There are two ways of controlling it: Phase (Angle) Control (PHC), which is how dimmers work. Zero Crossing Mode
answered Apr 20 '17 by andrey g
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I have AC on an input (110V, 15A) and need to control the amount of power going to a purely resistive load. Thyristor controlled by PWM seems like an option, but are there other/better ways to do this? …
asked Apr 19 '17 by andrey g
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Searching for a phototriac to use in an AC dimmer circuit, I've come around this power phototriac -- VO2223A. With the load current of 1A, it looks like it could replace the traditional optocoupler-triac combo (IC1, T1): Would that work? …
asked May 9 '17 by andrey g