Power Control Circuits Manual presents a comprehensive review of electronic power control. The book is comprised of eight chapters that deal with a specific aspect of power control. The text first discusses the basic principles of electrical-electronic power control, and then proceeds to presenting practical control circuits using conventional switches and relays. Chapter 3 discusses ways of using CMOS devices as low-power electronic switches, while Chapters 4 and 5 deal with AC and DC power control systems. Next, the book presents ways of controlling DC motors, and the remaining two chapters deal with audio power control and DC power supply systems, respectively. The book will be of great use to design engineers and technicians. Undergraduate students of electronics-related degree will also find this book interesting.Figure 6.37 shows, in block diagram form, how a tachogenerator type of servomotor system can be used to give precision speed control of a phonograph turntable. Here, the motor drives the turntable via a conventional belt drive mechanism, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Power Control Circuits Manual|
|Author||:||R. M. Marston|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|