Silicon Controlled Rectifiers MCQ Test

  1. An SCR has _____ pn junctions.
  2. What is the full form of SCR?
  3. An SCR has three terminals viz _____.
  4. An SCR is made of ______.
  5. What is Cathode?
  6. An SCR is turned off by _______.
  7. AC power in a load can be controlled by using ________.
  8. Why SCR is made up of silicon?
  9. An SCR can be used ______.
  10. In a silicon controlled rectifier, the load is connected _____.
  11. How many number of PN junction in an SCR?
  12. If firing angle in an SCR circuit is increased, than output _____.
  13. Is SCR can exercise control over Positive or negative half-cycles of a.c. supply ?
  14. After firing an scr, the gate pulse is remove. The current in the scr will ____.
Silicon Controlled Rectifiers MCQ

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  • Two
  • Three
  • Four
  • None of the above
  • Silicon Controlled Rectifiers
  • solar Controlled Rectifiers
  • serial Controlled Rectifiers
  • None of the above
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  • Anode, cathode, grid
  • Cathode, anode, gate
  • Anode, cathode, drain
  • None of the above
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  • Germanium
  • Carbon
  • Silicon
  • None of the above
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  • Gate
  • It is positively charged electrode of an electrical device.
  • It is negatively charged electrode of an electrical device.
  • It is an electrical device.
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  • Reducing gate voltage to zero
  • Reducing anode voltage to zero
  • Reverse biasing the gate
  • None of the above
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  • two SCR’s in parallel opposition
  • two SCR’s in series
  • three SCR’s in series
  • four SCR’s in series
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  • silicon has large leakage current than germanium
  • silicon has small leakage current than germanium
  • silicon has small leakage voltage than germanium
  • silicon has large leakage voltage than germanium
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  • as static conductor
  • for power control
  • for speed control of dc shunt motor
  • All of the above
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  • Across anode
  • In series with anode
  • Across cathode
  • In series with cathode
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  • Remains the same
  • Is increased
  • is decreased
  • None of the above
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  • remain the same
  • Immediately fall to zero
  • Rise up
  • Rise a little and then fall to zero
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  • An LC circuit
  • an UJT relaxation oscillator circuit
  • A diac-triac circuit
  • A rheostatic arrangement
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  • two SCRs in series
  • two SCRs in parallel
  • two SCRs in parallel opposition
  • None of the above
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  • breakdown voltage
  • peak reverse voltage
  • holding current
  • latching current
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  • half wave
  • full wave
  • bridge
  • All of the above
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  • Rectifiers cannot operate at high voltages.
  • Rectifiers can operate at high voltages.
  • high voltages.
  • None of the above
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