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turn-off

n. something that repels someone. The movie was a turn-off. I couldn’t stand it.
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A typical turn-off switching waveform using this circuit is shown in Fig.
A collision involving two vehicles closed one lane of three on the A19 between the Portrack and Norton turn-offs just before 5pm.
Case Study: The Relationship Between Payment Channel, Paper Turn-Off and Payment Method
The M3 turn-off between J14 and J12 will be increased from four to five lanes.
Both ASSRs, with reinforced insulation, feature fast turn-on and turn-off, excellent noise rejection for transient immunity, and low input drive current making them CMOS- (complementary metal oxide silicon) compatible and perfect for battery-operated and USB (universal serial bus)-powered applications.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Cornfield Electronics, makers of TV-B-Gone(TM), teams up with local schools, Adbusters and White Dot to help make this year's TV Turn-off Week -- April 25-May 1, an international success.
IR's WARP2 IGBTs feature low turn-off losses and fast current fall-time characteristics to enable considerably higher efficiency than competing devices, especially at high frequencies," said Stephen Oliver, Marketing Manager for AC-DC Products at International Rectifier.
The A2 and B2-Class IGBTs have up to 25% lower saturation voltage and lower turn-off energy, while the C2-Class IGBTs have up to 50% lower turn-off energy and reduced saturation voltage versus prior generation of IGBTs.
Delivering superior voltage capability and faster turn-off speed than standard CMOS supervisory circuits, the device is ideal for cell phone, digital camera, portable computer, PDA and portable CD player applications.
A 50% lower turn-off energy combined with reduced saturation voltage provides the user increased flexibility for system optimization in terms of system efficiency versus switching frequency.
The very low propagation delays for turn-on and turn-off, combined with accurate propagation delay matching of both channels, simplify circuits and support high frequency switching up to 100kHz.
Another path through the library is to make a list of TV Turn-off Week projects (starting a garden, making a mosaic table, et cetera) and investigate the library's non-fiction resources to get you started.
The silicon body of IBM's new 6nm gate transistor is only 4-8nm thick and has proper turn-on and turn-off behavior.
International Rectifier, IR(R) (NYSE:IRF), today announced a new process technology for IGBTs (insulated gate bipolar transistor) and FREDs (fast recovery epitaxial diode) that delivers 70% faster turn-off time than previous generation devices and more than 20 percent lower power loss than the best product available on the market.