Dimmer, Phase Control

The most common dimmer type in entertainment lighting systems. Uses a thyristor (SCR or Triac) to switch the AC waveform to vary the amount of power to a load. Produces a non-sinusoidal voltage output waveform, and draws current in a non-sinusoidal waveform that produces harmonics.

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