what is a dc semiconductor switching device?
- Saturn 5Lv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
Broadly defined, it COULD be ANY device that operates on DC (direct current) and uses semiconductors. (transistors or other solid state component.)
ONE such device is a DC to DC SOLID STATE RELAY.
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But, your question is so broad, that EVEN a simple TRANSISTOR, or a THYRISTOR, or many OTHER, solid state devices, could be regarded as a DC semiconductor switch, since if it used in a simple DC, on-off application, it would fit that description.
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