Close.It's "TRIode for AC".
Let's see... I was assuming I put this snubber in parallel with my bubbler. Or do I put it in series with the load?
A triode is a three element vacuum tube.
You may want to give this a read. Protecting AC Output SSRs against voltage transient phenomena. They show pictures and pay close attention to the 1 - RC network - "Snubber" section and how snubbers effect leakage current.Ron
Thanks! The snubber goes in parallel with my load/bubbler.
The snubber goes across your SCR output terminals. Just like in the link I posted.
And like the link I posted in reply #33!
And smart meters measure real power and apparent and can support complex tariffs involving bothvalues (in theory at least - no idea if this is done).Don't get me wrong, the old style electro-mechanical meter was a miracle of technology, its just thatit was essentially Victorian(*) technology and doesn't meet today's requirements.(*) slight exageration, but not far from the truth.