I see. Interesting challenge. I'm going to need to think about that one. I'll get back to you in the next day or so.Originally posted by Iodem_Asakura@May 29 2005, 06:30 AM
That's right. And that is the problem, in some cases i would like to shut down the triac before the ac current passes through zero.
Hi Iodem_Asakura,Originally posted by Iodem_Asakura@May 30 2005, 08:28 PM
I think it's really hard to do that (to not say impossible).
hiOriginally posted by hgmjr@Jun 1 2005, 08:46 PM
After giving your triac cutoff problem a good deal of thought, I think your assessment of the difficulty of a solution is correct.
If you do find a solution, I hope you will post it here so that others can benefit from your success.
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