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I am attaching the circuit for the fan dimmer I am using inductive loads. All the resistors to the V are rated at 1 watt.
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Neglect the zero crossing part, I wont be dimming it for the Air Conditioner. I just wanted to know whether the switching part can handle the current.
And what is the max current btaa16 can handle? The datasheet says that it can handle 16A at V but I am not sure. And I will also like to know as said many a times that the snubbers are datasbeet for inductive loads. What impact do they have on the restive loads. If I am unsure what type of load is to be connected than can I connect the snubber to the triac?
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Yes, it can handle 16A. Triacs are forgiving parts. Peak current can be ten times higher without destroying it. The snubber may have the side effect of mains driven LEDs or neon lamps on the part light up though the thing is “off”. BTAC W is a snubberless part.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Jatin Kathuria 6 1. The datasheet should tell you about the amps. If it gives 16A. Janka 8, 1 9 When you say “The snubber may have the side effect of mains driven LEDs or neon lamps on the part light up though the thing is “off”. That is because the snubber bypasses the triac. It may be enough current to drive a neon lamp or a LED used for mains indication.
So for the inductive as well as the resistive load can I use this relay without the snubber or is the snubber necessary for the inductive loads like fan?
Also is the resistor configuration correct? For resistive loads, you don’t ever need a snubber. That circuit is for helping the triac turn off under inductive load. That is because turning off inductive loads gives a datashete peak which may make the triac trigger without a gate current. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password.