Thyristor is the abbreviation of thyristor, also known as silicon controlled rectifier (SCR), formerly referred to as thyristor. The thyristor can be turned on by a signal, but cannot be turned off, so it is called a semi-controlled device. The name thyristor often refers specifically to a basic type of thyristor—a common thyristor. But in a broad sense, thyristor also includes many derivative devices, such as bidirectional thyristor (TRIAC), fast thyristor (FST), reverse conducting thyristor (RCT) and light-controlled thyristor (LTT), etc.
The conduction condition of the thyristor is: the forward voltage is applied and the gate has a trigger current; its derived devices include: fast thyristor, bidirectional thyristor, reverse conducting thyristor, light-controlled thyristor, etc. It is a high-power switching semiconductor device, which is represented by the text symbols "V" and "VT" in the circuit (represented by the letters "SCR" in the old standard).
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After more than a year of development and actual test operation, Jinli Electric's KP1500A/4000V high-voltage soft-start components were officially put into the market during the 68th International Electronics Exhibition in Shanghai.