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A series dissipative regulator is an example of a:
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Sumathi said: 7 years ago
What is pass transistor? please explain it.
NIJIL said: 9 years ago
Voltage regulation in linear regulators will be achieved by dissipating voltage in series element. The series element may be resistor or pass transistor. So it can called series dissipative regulator.
Mahalakshmi s.r said: 10 years ago
No I didn't get series dissipative regulator and linear regulator. Please tell in brief.
Pooja said: 1 decade ago
Why it is linear regulator?
Khashia said: 1 decade ago
The series dissipative regulator is just a variable resistor with a diode,it dissipates power as heat, As resistor is a linear device so it is a linear regulator
Riya said: 1 decade ago
What is the series dissipative regulator ? please explain it.
Dinesh said: 1 decade ago
What is a linera regulator?
Vinay said: 1 decade ago
It dissipate the voltage in form of heat.
Shanu said: 1 decade ago
What is the series dissipative regulator? please explain about it.
Banalata said: 1 decade ago
The dissipative topologies we will only use the variable resistor and the breakdown diode.
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