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The voltage snubber circuit are used (a) to protect the device from high voltage spikes (b) to prevent unwanted triggering of power semiconductor devices (c) for triggering of thyristors without gate triggering (d) both (a) and (b)

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The voltage snubber circuit is also called the simple RC circuit.used to prevent the device from high voltage spikes.

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