Pure Sine Wave Inverter, Using IC 555

The proposed circuit generates accurately spaced PWM pulses which imitates a sine wave very closely and thus can be considered as good as its sine wave counter part design.

 Here we use  two stages for creating the required  PWM pulses, the stage comprising the ICs 741 and the other comprising the IC 555. Let’s learn the whole concept in details.

How the Circuit Functions – The PWM Stage

The circuit diagram of the proposed pure sine wave inverter can be understood with the following points:

The two op amps are basically arranged to generate the required sample source voltages for the IC 555. 

The couple of outputs from this stage is responsible for the generation of square waves and triangular waves.

pure sine wave inverter circuit


The second stage which is actually the heart of the circuit consists of the IC 555. Here the IC is wired in a monostable mode with the square waves from the op amp stage applied to its trigger pin #2 and the triangular waves applied to its control voltage pin # 5.

The square wave input triggers the monostable to generate a chain of pulses at the output where as the triangular signal modulates the width of this output square wave pulses.

The output from the IC 555 now follows the “instructions” from the op amp stage and optimizes its output in response to the two input signals, producing the sine equivalent PWM pulses.

Now it’s just a matter of appropriately feeding the PWM pulses to the output stages of an inverter consisting of the output devices, the transformer and the battery.

The Output Stage


pure sine wave inverter circuit power transistor stage





The above PWM output is applied to the output stage as shown in the figure.

Transistors T1 and T2 receive the PWM pulses at their bases and switch the battery voltage into the transformer winding according to the duty cycles of the PWM optimized waveform.




Expected PWM waveform from the above circuit

The other two transistors make sure that the conduction of T1 and T2 takes place in tandem, that is alternately so that the output o from the transformer generates one complete AC cycle with the two halves of the PWM pulses.


Parts List for the proposed homemade pure sine wave inverter circuit

R1, R2, R3, R8, R9, R10 = 10K,
R7 = 8K2,
R11, R14, R15, R16 = 1K,
R12, R13 = 33 Ohms 5 Watt,
R4 = 1M preset,
R5 = 150 K preset,
R6 = 1K5
C1 = 0.1 uF,
C2 = 100 pF,
IC1 = TL 072,
 IC2 = 555,
T1, T2 = BDY29,
T5, T6 = TIP 127,
T3, T4 = TIP122
Transformer = 12 – 0 – 12 V, 200 Watts,
Battery = 12 volts, 100 AH.

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December 13, 2011 at 4:59 PM delete

hi swagatam...can u give a circuit of a small ups which we can connect to a cordless phone or wifi internet set; the problem i am facing is that during the interim period when power goes, and invertor takes over, the call drops from the cordless phone; even the wifi stops working and the screen on the computer goes blank...the internet connection breaks.

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December 14, 2011 at 9:50 AM delete

Hi Sunjay,
Thanks, Yes I'll surely design it for you, just give me a day's time, I'll inform you when it get's published.

I am not getting notified about the posted comments, I will have to check why this is happening.
Regards.

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Sam
December 14, 2011 at 12:35 PM delete

Hi Swagatam

Thanks, another cool inverter circuit diagram. A little Gem.

thanks again

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Anonymous
December 15, 2011 at 6:34 AM delete

Hmm. What is R13? I don't see it on the list.

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Anonymous
December 15, 2011 at 6:35 AM delete

I meant to say r15.

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brian
December 19, 2011 at 7:09 AM delete

Hola Swagatam una cosa como regular la frecuencia y el voltaje de salida en este inversor..gracias desde rep dominicana y que hay que hacer para aumentarlo de potencia

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December 19, 2011 at 7:37 AM delete

Hola, Brian

I am sorry, I don't understand Spanish.

Please write it in English, I will be most glad to answer you.

Thanks and Regards.

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Anonymous
December 19, 2011 at 5:31 PM delete

Hi Swagatam

Thanks for all cool and very good modified square wave inverter diagrams, love it. I think now you are almost achieving a true inverter/ UPS working however now it only lacks a single 'Error Correction' feature. 220V is actually load dependent i.e. if configured 220V for 100W but suddenly load is increased to 500W then voltage will drop. Is it possible to check for 220V AC regulation, perhaps some configuration to input 220 back and check for it, not sure.

Many thanks and regards

Sam

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December 19, 2011 at 8:25 PM delete

Thanks Sam, Yes, I am trying to figure out a Error correction circuit through LED/LDR opto coupler feedback method, hopefully I'll publish it soon once it's done.

Thanks for keeping me inspired

Regards.

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brian
December 24, 2011 at 9:26 AM delete

Hello Swagatam As regular frequency and output voltage .. This inverter REP thanks Dominican and I have to do for performance enhancement

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December 24, 2011 at 9:29 AM delete

Hi Brian,

Thanks, yes this inverter definitely needs some more performance enhancements.

Regards.

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Anonymous
December 29, 2011 at 11:33 AM delete

could this inverter be modified for 750watt with a Microwave oven transformer?

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December 29, 2011 at 1:19 PM delete

Yes surely it can be modified up to any levels, the transformer, the battery and the output devices will need to be modified accordingly.

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January 25, 2012 at 8:50 PM delete

How can i modify this to a 8kva with built in charger

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January 25, 2012 at 9:48 PM delete

I'll try to post one article related to your question soon.
Regards

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Anonymous
January 27, 2012 at 6:12 PM delete

let me know R6 that i cant see in parts list

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Anonymous
February 3, 2012 at 6:38 PM delete

Dear swagatam,

your circuit is amazing and i loved it.Actually i want to design a 500 watts pure sine wave inverter with power mosfets like irfp260, irfp540. Please help me regarding which mosfets to be used in place of existing transistors in your circuit, battery specifications and transformer ratings.

Hope to here from you soon.waiting for your reply.

Regards,
Bharadwaj

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Anonymous
February 3, 2012 at 6:40 PM delete

and also the supply voltage to the board means 555 ic, 741 ic


thanks,

bharadwaj

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February 3, 2012 at 7:06 PM delete

Hi Bharadwaj,

Thanks, it's my pleasure.
You can refer the datasheets of the respective devices and select the one which is able to handle more than 40 amps of current.
Battery should be rated at around 150 AH and the transformer input winding should be rated at 500 watts or more.

Regards.

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February 3, 2012 at 7:07 PM delete

anywhere between 5 and 12 volts, via a voltage regulator preferably.

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Anonymous
February 4, 2012 at 6:03 PM delete

thanks swagatam for your quick reply. Actually i want to develop your PWM based simple sine wave inverter for my home purpose, i have few more doubts, hope you can spare your time for me.

My doubts regarding

1. Any simulation software available to test theoretically? ( like proteus )
2. this circuit already implemented practically? ( theoretically 1000 % it works)
3. i want to use this inverter for fans,computers,light loads, is this ok with this design or any other problems there?if yes please specify.

Well again thanks for your reply to my previous doubts.

Thanks,
Bharadwaj

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Anonymous
February 4, 2012 at 6:07 PM delete

Here in your design total six transistors are there, for 500 watts to handle 40 amps current we replace these six transistors with mosfets or some of them only?

thanks,
bharadwaj

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Anonymous
February 4, 2012 at 6:21 PM delete

My final doubts for today,

1.how much time this circuit can handle the load ( say at half load ) continuously without any damage. ( imagine battery is full and can supply a long time back up means amperes hours is more like 200AH or even more )

2. Total operating life of this circuit.

3. Please post PCB layout of this circuit if available or suggest me how to do.

Briefly about me

I am studying my engineering ( third year )Actually i want to design a best low cost inverter for my home, i referred a lot of websites in net, all are giving square wave inverter with different wattages and i studied drawbacks of square wave inverters like over heating of fans, reducing fan speed , well good for lighing. After lot of search i found your blog in Google search, i am very happy to see a PWM based inverter with only analog components without using little complexed Microcontrollers, but here in your blog you solved my problem by posting a low cost design.

Thanks for your publishings,

Bharadwaj

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February 4, 2012 at 7:02 PM delete

Hi Bhardwaj,

Here are the answers to your questions:

All thses circuits are based on my personal assumptions and simulation only and has never been tested practically.

The best way to test it is by making it practically and not through any software.

Being a sine wave concept, this circuit should support all types of appliances.

Only T1 and T2 are associated with power handling, remaining are the driver transistors only, so T1 and T2 needs to be replaced with the mosfets, may be two in parallel for each channel.

If the components are optimally calculated, the unit can run for many hours without degrading at all.

I appreciate and thank you for your interest in the subject, however I would like to caution you regarding the results, because the circuit has not been tested practically.
Build it step by step, first go for a smaller model and gradually modify it for the intended high power application.

PCB can be designed only after the circuit is tested roughly and successfully.

Thanks and Regards.

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Anonymous
February 6, 2012 at 6:44 PM delete

thanks for the clarifications,

i have few more ideas got in my mind after seeing your circuit for different applications.

1. For example if we connect a 230v AC single phase motor ( medium sized motor ) at the output of the inverter, if we vary the pot (freq) value from min to max, the motor speed varies or not. otherwise i want to vary the motor speed through changing the inverter parameters.Any option is there for this application?

2. I seen some other inverter circuits previously ( square wave type ), they are using a capacitor at inverter output or even an inductor in series. i think placing a capacitor at inverter output reduces ripples and we get even more smoothen sine wave, if yes please specify capacitor value for 500 watts.

3. I want to make a solar panel ( say for power up a single fan ) and i don't have any idea regarding solar panels except that little basics theoretically but practically i am zero. please help me in this if it is possible practically to make a solar panel.

Thanks,
Bharadwaj

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February 6, 2012 at 7:41 PM delete

1)Frequency must be strictly fixed to 50 Hz, so you cannot vary that.
2)Adding a capacitor at the output will lower the voltage and hence the wattage to some extent but can be added for filtration, I am not sure about the value, different values may be tried using an Oscilloscope.
3)You can read the following article for more information regarding solar panels:

http://simple-inverter-circuits.blogspot.in/2012/01/how-to-understand-technical-specs-of.html

Regards.

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Anonymous
February 7, 2012 at 12:38 PM delete

thanks for your quick reply.

Actually i want to connect a 230v Ac motor at output of inverter and i want to vary the speed of motor from min to max manually only like varying POT or any suitable one by manually only, what type of circuit i have to use ? motor rating 230v Ac ( medium sized motor )

Thanks,
Bharadwaj

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February 7, 2012 at 1:39 PM delete

Hi Bharadwaj,

Please explain your requirement in details as suggested in the below given link and I'll surely help you:

http://homemadecircuitsandschematics.blogspot.in/2012/02/how-to-become-expert-electronic.html

Thanks

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Anonymous
February 7, 2012 at 4:44 PM delete

Actually after seeing your design i got an idea to design a electric bicycle, so my idea is to use this inverter to drive a 230V AC motor which is connected to cycle, and for changing the cycle speed say from 0% to 50 % speed or like that range, i must control the power delivered to the motor. Say motor speed depends on frequency so if we change the frequency, we can change the motor speed or any other option is there for controlling the motor speed, please let me know.

thanks,
bharadwaj

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February 7, 2012 at 6:42 PM delete

Can you please explain why you want to use a 230 V AC motor instead of a 12 or 24V DC motor?

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Anonymous
February 8, 2012 at 11:32 AM delete

if 12 or 24v DC motor can drive the Bicycle load? if yes please give me the motor specifications, it has to drive at least 70 kg load - i mean body weight of a cycle rider.

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Anonymous
February 8, 2012 at 11:35 AM delete

i think 230v AC motor can drive large loads even two persons on cycle. if it is possible with DC motor 12v or 24v for a single person please give motor specs


thanks

Bharadwaj

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February 8, 2012 at 6:18 PM delete

sorry I don't know much about electric bicycles so cannot help you you in this regards.....

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Anonymous
February 8, 2012 at 6:25 PM delete

ok thanks for your help regarding inverter design, i will take care of electric bicycles and get back to you after implementation with results. Hope i have to do before the end of feb and tell you the results. thanks for your support.

Regards,
Bharadwaj

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dd
March 5, 2012 at 8:28 AM delete

Is it ok to use high frequency toroid core transformer wound for 660Hz or must stay at 60Hz? Idea is to increase efficiency but I could be wrong .

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March 26, 2012 at 12:51 PM delete

hi mr swagatam can i replace BDY29 with mj802 and can i use 33ohms for the resistor base?

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March 26, 2012 at 1:00 PM delete

Yes surely it is good but can be very costly...

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March 26, 2012 at 1:05 PM delete

Hi Roger,

Yes they can be interchanged. Base resistor value may be experimented with for optimizing the ideal power output levels.

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March 27, 2012 at 3:23 AM delete

how can i connect mj802 transistors to get more power! lets say four on each side?
mind my ignorance im a beginner! regards

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March 27, 2012 at 8:31 AM delete

Hi Roger,

Please refer to the second diagram shown in the following article:

http://homemadecircuitsandschematics.blogspot.in/2012/02/how-to-make-500-va-pwm-controlled.html

It shows transistors connected in parallel for increasing power output.

Regards.

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Anonymous
March 29, 2012 at 3:06 PM delete

Hi Sir,

is this inverter suitable for appliances on 60hz frequency?

thanks more power

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March 29, 2012 at 5:03 PM delete

Hi,

You can adjust R5 for making it work at 60Hz.

Regards.

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March 30, 2012 at 10:00 AM delete

Very interesting circuit. On your output transformer you have an arrow pointing to battery positive, is this because this is a centre tap, or are you using a 2-in 2-out transformer? Thanks. Your site is getting very good!!

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March 30, 2012 at 10:41 AM delete

Hi,

Thank you very much for reading and appreciating my blog!

The transformer is a center tap type and therefore the center tap wire needs to be connected to the battery positive.

Regards.

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Anonymous
April 5, 2012 at 12:37 AM delete

what is a1, a2, and ic1

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April 5, 2012 at 8:07 AM delete

what does R4 do?
Regards.

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April 5, 2012 at 8:48 AM delete

It's for adjusting the amplitude of the pulses....

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Anonymous
April 5, 2012 at 9:46 AM delete

what is the number for a1, a2.......is it lm741??????

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Anonymous
April 5, 2012 at 9:48 AM delete

is it LM741???????

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April 5, 2012 at 9:48 AM delete

see IC1 in the parts list.

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April 5, 2012 at 9:50 AM delete

sorry the IC1 in the diagram should have been written as IC2,

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Anonymous
April 5, 2012 at 9:53 AM delete

what about a1, a2.....is it lm741......

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Anonymous
April 5, 2012 at 10:02 AM delete

a1 and a2 is TL072......is it correct........

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April 12, 2012 at 3:12 PM delete

hi swagatam we got a project of designing the sine wave inverter can you help me this regaed i had accessed to your post of sine wave inverter but i need some extra information

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April 12, 2012 at 5:05 PM delete

Hi,

Most of the inverter designs presented in this blog have not been tested practically and are based on my assumptions only.
If you have sufficient faith in the given explanations, you may proceed with them, I'll try my best to help you with the proceedings.

Regards.

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April 16, 2012 at 1:45 PM delete

Hi swagatam i got a 25AH battery, can i use it in this system, or there are some components changes that i need to do? if they are can u help outline the changes to me please.

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April 16, 2012 at 1:55 PM delete

Hi Okafor,

Yes you may use it, but are you sure you have sufficient basic knowledge to build this circuit?
I would recommend some other similar circuit for you.

Regards.

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April 20, 2012 at 11:23 AM delete

man i know how to build it electronics is my hobby, by the way which one do u recomend for me. the problem i have with this one; is that i dont have access to all the component like the ic 555 or the ic TL072. are they subtitutes to this components Mr Swagatam

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April 20, 2012 at 12:11 PM delete

OK, good.

Yesterday I developed one nice and simple sine wave inverter circuit which looks pretty good to me. I would recommend it to you, however build it only after understanding and believing the concept perfectly.

Here's the link:

http://homemadecircuitsandschematics.blogspot.in/2012/04/digital-pure-sine-wave-inverter-circuit.html

Regards

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eldon
June 6, 2012 at 4:51 AM delete

can't the transistors be 2n3055

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June 6, 2012 at 3:00 PM delete

Yes, can be used but it will generate less power.

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eldon
June 7, 2012 at 9:23 PM delete

thanks i am waiting on the resistors i ordered to start building i have a question i have a 24 volts 400 watts dc motor and i need some help on building a speed controller for it i will appreciate your help.

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June 8, 2012 at 8:05 AM delete

I don't think I received any order with your name, I'll have to check again.

For controlling motor speed, you may refer the following article, but please note that the IC will be required to be powered through a 12 v regulator circuit and not 24v.

http://homemadecircuitsandschematics.blogspot.in/2012/05/make-this-pwm-based-dc-motor-speed.html

Regards.

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Anonymous
June 8, 2012 at 4:54 PM delete

Hi, sir how are you? you are really grate person,which are helping other people, now a days I am working on HHO gas producing from tab water, but the problem is that my rectifier circuit was heat up after few second, my power supply is 12v DC and 2 Amps. can you solve my problem?

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June 8, 2012 at 8:48 PM delete

Can you show me the circuit that you are using? Only then I can possibly troubleshoot the issue.

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July 26, 2012 at 11:51 PM delete

How to modify this circuit to a h-bridge Mosfets.

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July 27, 2012 at 5:44 PM delete

In one of my posts I have discussed regarding H-bridge implementation, kindly find the article through the search box and refer to it.

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Anonymous
August 6, 2012 at 11:24 PM delete

hi sir,
i think both driver transistors are configured the same,which will create a short circuit in the pus=pull stage

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August 7, 2012 at 10:52 AM delete

T3 and T4 are made to conduct alternately, so there's no chance of any short circuits.

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micaiah
August 8, 2012 at 5:25 PM delete

hi sir,
ok, i will give it a try.but what is the frequency of the op-amps and the 555 i.c

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micaiah
August 8, 2012 at 5:39 PM delete

hi sir,
am very sorry for not checking the circuit well before commenting, i thought the signals were all coming from pin3 of the 555 i.c.
it is right because pin2 and 3 are out of phase based on the operation mode of the i.c.
thanks for the reply.

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August 8, 2012 at 8:32 PM delete

Hi Micaiah,

R5 is for adjusting the square wave modification or the PWM, while R10 may be adjusted for getting the required frequency.

All these should be measured using a good oscilloscope.

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August 8, 2012 at 8:36 PM delete

OK, not a problem....

Pin2 generates PWM, Pin3 is responsible for clocking the output transistors.

T3 and T4, makes sure that the clock from pin3 are made out of phase to the output transistors.

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UMAIR
September 6, 2012 at 4:41 AM delete

i want to design sin wave inverter with the following specs:


1.6 KVA, 0.6 PF, 960 W

can u help me with this ? i would appreciate if u reply me on my hotmail ID . :)

mumairshakil@hotmail.com

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September 6, 2012 at 9:47 AM delete

I will study the specs, if I succeed with the design, I'll surely discuss it with you.

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September 15, 2012 at 3:04 PM delete

Hi Swagatam,
I think, it is not possible, because the number of turns used in a high frequency will be less than a transformer that using at 50Hz. Is it correct?

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September 15, 2012 at 10:16 PM delete

yes Sarath, i think you are right...

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September 28, 2012 at 7:58 PM delete

G'day Mr Swagatam ???
Designing high power sine wave 230V power inverters is quite a bit more involved than the simple circuits you have drawn here. Pure sinewave inverters usually use a dc to dc converter feed to an output stage consisting of several power FET's in parallel push-pull arrangement. The drive to such a high power output stage is usually a sinewave digitally formed under a micro-controller which of course looks after all other aspects of the inverter.
This is why such 3-6 KVA inverters are better bought commercially. Silicon Chip in Australia produced a design for a 2 KVA pure sine wave inverter and it was quite complex, cost more to build than buying one.
I have been an electronics tech now for over 40 years and have much experience in most areas of electronics. If you want a high power 230V 50 Htz inverter, buy one out of China, you honestly can't build one cheaper.

Regards Rob Scott

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September 28, 2012 at 8:36 PM delete

G'day to you Mr.Robert,

Yes I know that and agree with you.

I have just tried to introduce my concepts here and would like to know how these circuits would actually perform practically, especially the waveforms....I am not much worried about the power output because that entirely will depend on the selection of the transformer, output devices and the battery.
I believe my sine wave concepts presented in this blog would at least produce waveforms better than flat square waves.

Any way thanks very much, I appreciate your knowledge and experience, and you are welcome to my blog for presenting your expertise to the many needy hobbyists.

Best Regards

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October 15, 2012 at 12:38 PM delete

Respected Swagatam Sir,
First of all i appreciate your work for sharing such simple inverter circuit idea with us , But my doubt is that can we directly couple Squre wave and PWM output to output stage of inverter shown in above diagram or do we need optical isolation or something for protecting pwm generator circuit from high power inverter circuit ? if we do need then what you would suggest ?
And What is the Vcc value for PWM generation circuit ?

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October 15, 2012 at 1:20 PM delete

Hi SSN,

Thanks very much!

The PWM pulses and the 50Hz pulses are well buffered by the associated resistors and the transistors, so there's no danger to the ICs from getting damaged.
The Vcc value is 12V, which may be directly derived from the battery itself, provided a 12V battery is used.

Regards.

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Vimesh Sharma
October 31, 2012 at 5:17 PM delete

hi,i just go through the circuit,can u just tell me how i can get the constant voltage at output and can we convert these transistors into mosfets as power device to save the space.


Vimesh Sharma

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November 1, 2012 at 9:17 AM delete

Constant voltage cannot be achieved from this circuit, it will require addition of further stages.

T1 and T2 can be replaced with mosfets with a 10K resistor connected across their gates and ground.

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Anonymous
November 20, 2012 at 1:10 PM delete

Swagath Sir, can we use the UPS board for powering 2 fan and two tube light with adequate battery backup say 100AH or car Battery

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November 20, 2012 at 3:25 PM delete

If the particular UPS board and the transformer is rated at 250 watts or more only then you can use it for powering 2 fans and two tube lights, otherwise just increasing the battery power will not work.

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November 24, 2012 at 11:03 AM delete

dear Swagath, i want a circuit design for the following, can you please design it for me?
i have 50 No.of 5mm white LED, 1 No.of 12V/2AH transformer and 1 No.of 7AH zebronics battery (computer ups battery) by using this i want to make a emergency light which will work on both AC & DC and also it should turn on when the Main power is absent.

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November 24, 2012 at 10:23 PM delete

Dear Deepan,

You can probably try the following circuit after a little modifications, the second one is better:

http://homemadecircuitsandschematics.blogspot.in/2012/08/led-emergency-light-circuit-with.html

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December 2, 2012 at 5:47 AM delete

i have an old umax 600va ups transformer can i use it for this circuit i dont know about the input voltage and the output have 7 wires

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December 2, 2012 at 9:28 AM delete

You will have to first confirm the wire output ratings only after that connect the above circuit to the appropriate taps.

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December 2, 2012 at 1:15 PM delete

how can i find the output ratings on the output in the board it is printed red 160 grey 250 brown 220 yellow 190 black-N and two greys nothing

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December 2, 2012 at 6:47 PM delete

Connect the 220 volt tap to mains and check the output volts from the remaining taps in some sequential order, this will help you track the voltages of the respective taps.

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Anonymous
December 4, 2012 at 1:22 AM delete

hellow Swagatam...

i want to know if i use 2n3055 transistor instead of BDY29...
then what will the max output power of inverter..?(neglecting transformer perameters).

how much less power i will get by using 2n3055

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December 4, 2012 at 1:47 PM delete

You may get 50% less power with 2N3055 compared to BDY29.

2N3055 will switch max 10 to 12 amps, multiply this with the number of devices on one channel and 12V.

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December 8, 2012 at 5:28 PM delete

Swagatam, thanks for your works.
would it be possible to design a transformerless inverter? transformers are heavy bulky and expensive.
thanks

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December 8, 2012 at 10:00 PM delete

Transformerless inverters can be built in two ways, either by using ferrite transformers or by incorporating the traditional circuits with high DC supplies that may be equal to the required AC.

In the first case designing the transformer is difficult and the second method involves many many batteries in series.

I have tried to address both the above designs in the following links:

http://homemadecircuitsandschematics.blogspot.in/2012/09/making-200-watt-compact-pwm-inverter.html

http://homemadecircuitsandschematics.blogspot.in/2012/05/how-to-make-transformerless-inverter.html

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December 11, 2012 at 12:31 PM delete

Hi Mr.Swagatham, I came after long time. I need to make 100 watts inverter . Then what I should change on this circuit
Thank you
regds

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December 11, 2012 at 2:34 PM delete

Hi Kapila,

The above circuit is complex to build, make the following circuit instead:

http://homemadecircuitsandschematics.blogspot.in/2012/09/make-400-watt-mosfet-sine-wave-inverter.html

Regards.

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December 23, 2012 at 9:17 AM delete

hi mr. swagatam the sqare wave from pin#2 going to T1 AND T2 is negative! what reaction will it cause¿ does it turn off the PWM pulses and the transistor so it wont conduct? correct me if im wrong...

Regards.

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December 23, 2012 at 10:46 AM delete

Hi Mr Roger,

Yes it does turn of the PWM, but actually it's for keeping the PWM pulses connected at 50Hz frequency or at the rate of the square wave pulses.

Regards.

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December 23, 2012 at 8:45 PM delete

can u just suggest a design sinusoidal pwm circit and driver circuit for grid tie inverter

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December 23, 2012 at 10:03 PM delete

I have tried to address one such circuit here:

http://homemadecircuitsandschematics.blogspot.in/2012/10/designing-grid-tie-inverter-circuit.html

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Anonymous
December 28, 2012 at 11:45 AM delete

hiiiiiiiiiiii

anyone can upload 5kva dc-ac inverter please... i would like design my own inverter.
so anyone can upload the circuit diagram it's the part help to me

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January 13, 2013 at 6:05 AM delete

I am looking at buying a commercial inverter and you seem to know about them. Most commercial ones are rated in output Watts. I assume they have a maximum output current they can deliver. So if, for example, the load is 0.1 PF and the inverter is rated at 300W, the actual (current limted) maximum power it can deliver is 30W. Is my logic correct?

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January 13, 2013 at 9:42 PM delete

I have completely forgotten PF calculations, so I think I'll have to revise the parameters first before I can answer you correctly....I'll try to do i soon.

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January 27, 2013 at 12:37 AM delete

helo sir. I am a lover of self development in electronics from nigeria. i read d computation u did to construct a transformer but what am confused about the way u selected the gauge of the wire. cos i want to use the method to build a 5KVA UPS. i will be glad if u can shed more light on it. thanks

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January 27, 2013 at 2:22 PM delete

The article is based on the information gathered from one of the books, it's not written by me, so I won't be able to help you much in this regard.

The gauge is probably selected with the help of the given tables and their corresponding values.

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February 1, 2013 at 8:16 AM delete

can i modify this to 750Watt??...If yes......What should i replace??....Can i use mosfets???

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February 1, 2013 at 11:24 AM delete

replace T1/T2 with mosfets capable of carrying 100 amps or more, and also the transformer must be accordingly rated.

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February 4, 2013 at 2:38 PM delete

hi brother. will it be possible for you to design me a 12v 40 amp pulse width modulator. really in need but could not find it localy.

thanks bro

regards,

noor

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February 4, 2013 at 7:49 PM delete

Hi Noor,

you can probably buy three 15 amp smps units and connect their outputs in parallel via suitably rated diodes....because making a 40 amp smps wouldn't be easy at all.

Regards.

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Anonymous
February 7, 2013 at 2:52 PM delete

how i can made simulation of this circuit in orcad 16.3

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February 7, 2013 at 5:19 PM delete

can i use mosfet instead for transistor and please tell how to fix frequency

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February 8, 2013 at 11:37 AM delete

replace T1,T2 with mosfets, adjust R5 for fixing the frequency.

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February 17, 2013 at 3:28 AM delete

Al Salam A'likum
i want to ask some questions:
1- the first stage in the draw the ic1 output is pin 2 square wave and pin3 is pwm output but you write (The couple of outputs from this stage is responsible for the generation of square waves and triangular waves.) is this amistake in the draw or i have wrong understand?
2- for the T1, T2 = BDY29, is there another one i can use instead of it? also the same for IC1 = TL 072
3- what does (Transformer = 12 – 0 – 12 V) ?

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February 17, 2013 at 11:41 AM delete

hello,

"couple of outputs" was referred to the opamp circuit not the 555 circuit.

you can use mosfets in place of BDY29.

you may use any good standard opamps in place of A1 and A2.

12-0-12 means three wire transformer (center tap) with this rating.

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Anonymous
February 20, 2013 at 4:02 PM delete

Hello sir,
we are looking for a circuit diagram for 5 level cascaded h-bridge inverter with driver circuit. please post it for us
thanks
Raja

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February 20, 2013 at 8:31 PM delete

Hello Raja,

Presently, I do not have this design, possibly i'll try to find it and inform you.

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February 24, 2013 at 12:18 AM delete

Dear sir,could you pl send automatic water level circuit diagram with ic555. and input probe purpose 2 nos transisters one is up.anther one is down,thanking you sir
regrads
mallesh1977@gmail.com

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eldon
February 24, 2013 at 12:55 AM delete

yes sir u say r4 is for the amplitude of the wave form how can i know which position to set the pot if it's half way or all the way around for the precise wave form cause im from the carribean we don't hav those type of meters to check.

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February 24, 2013 at 10:10 AM delete

If you want to get accurate results you will need an oscilloscope, there's no other way of identifying the amplitude or other similar data

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February 24, 2013 at 10:14 AM delete

Dear Mallesh, I'll try to post it....

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Raven Luni
May 14, 2013 at 5:00 AM delete

Greetings,

The waveform image doesnt make sense with regards to the circuit. If one square wave pulse + relevant triangular position is required to generate 1 PWM outpur pulse and that same square wave is used to alternate T1 and T2, then why does the image show a set of 11 PWM pulses for each half of the square wave?

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May 14, 2013 at 10:59 AM delete

Thanks!

I think you are correct.

R14 and R16 should be connected to the triangle pulses, and not to the square wave pulses, because the square wave generation has no relation with the PWMs.

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May 14, 2013 at 2:38 PM delete

hi swagatam, this is sekhar.
i want a inverter circuit diagram to run fan (80watt) with low cost. i observed a circuit readily available in the market with 40watt. cfl bulb circuit with a cost of Rs.-50 /- only. can we design a circuit cost of Rs.100/- to Rs. 150/- is it possible. if possible can u send the circuit diagram please help thanks & regards.

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May 15, 2013 at 9:09 AM delete

hi sekhar,

I don't have the circuit diagram presently, it would be better to buy one unit from the market and copy the circuit from it.

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May 23, 2013 at 9:52 PM delete

hi, first good job. I'm going to build it because in Egypt power goes out too much if you follow the news but is there an alternative for the BDY29 transistor as I cant find it. thanks in advance. is it going to work practically?

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May 24, 2013 at 9:06 PM delete

hi thanks! you can try 2N3055 but it will genearte relatively less amount of power

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June 6, 2013 at 12:17 AM delete

hi sir, the 555 timer can only modulate at 0-5V. but sine wave is -2.5 to 2.5v. Which device in the circuit causes the negative swing of the sine wave?

Roger

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June 6, 2013 at 10:52 AM delete

Hi Roger,

the transformer is responsible for delivering the negative cycles, because it's a center tap and the two half winding are pulled in opposite directions which produces the required positive and negative cycles.

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Anonymous
June 7, 2013 at 3:02 PM delete

Hi, I am Vignesh, an electronics hobbyist. Please suggest some pure sine wave inverter circuits that does not incorporate any PWM pulses from your blog.



Thank You..

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June 8, 2013 at 2:08 PM delete

Hi,

you may try this circuit:

http://homemadecircuitsandschematics.blogspot.in/2013/04/simple-pure-sine-wave-inverter-circuit.html

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June 8, 2013 at 2:31 PM delete

Hi Mr.Swagatam, thank you for your reply.
I have a 12-0-12V, 10A transformer and if I use six IRFZ44N MOSFETs for the power stage, what will be the power of my inverter and how can I increase the power without changing the transformer?

Vignesh

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June 8, 2013 at 6:07 PM delete

Hi Vignesh,

The power will depend on the max current/volt handling capacity of the mosfets and the transformer, here it will be 10 x 12 = 120 watts

use a 48-0-48v trafo, 48 volt battery then the output will be raised to 48 x 10 = 480 watts approximately.

you will have to change rating for getting more power, it's the key component.

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June 25, 2013 at 10:12 PM delete

hai sir
this circuit support 500va transform

regards
thank you

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June 26, 2013 at 7:31 AM delete

hai sir

i want 220v to 12v circuit digrams with out using transformer
using 12v realy please help me

regards
thank you sir

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June 26, 2013 at 7:45 AM delete

hai sir

frist circuit digram what is the A1 A2 means


regards
thank you

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June 26, 2013 at 7:53 PM delete

sorry mistake
220v to 12v battery chager circuit digrams with out transformer

regards
thank you sir

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June 26, 2013 at 10:00 PM delete

hai sir

i am ask A1 A2 value ic 741 but part list ic TL 072 both value same

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June 27, 2013 at 12:08 PM delete

use a readymade 14v smps circuit for it, making at home would be very difficult.

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June 27, 2013 at 12:09 PM delete

opamp means operational-amplifier, any type will do.

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July 9, 2013 at 9:12 PM delete

hai sir

frist stege ic A1,A2 one ic or two ic reaply sir

regards thank you

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November 18, 2013 at 8:33 PM delete

Dear brother ,
how can we convert the same circuit for high power rating like if we want to make it for 5KVA or 10KVA what changes should be made??

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November 19, 2013 at 1:06 PM delete

Dear Engr,

you can do it by replacing T1/T2 with mosfets and by using an appropriately rated trafoand batery

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Rahul vijay
November 25, 2013 at 11:35 AM delete

Sir could u plz tell me how to measure frequency using a Normal digital meter

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November 25, 2013 at 7:52 PM delete

you can measure frequency only if your meter has this facility.

check for a small horizontal "S" or "Khz" indicated on the dial, use this range for measuring Freq

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Rahul vijay
November 26, 2013 at 12:24 AM delete

A horizontal S ( as you said ) resembling a square wave is there in my multimeter. But when i am connecting the leads b/w secondary terminals of a 15 V ac transformer no readings is showing on putting this range. I think the transformer doesn't change the input frequency since it is a power transformet..... Is my way of taking frequency reading is ok sir ???'

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November 26, 2013 at 11:39 AM delete

yes it's the square wave symbol which is assigned for measuring frequency.
The transformer secondary should definitely show a 50Hz frequency on the meter when the above range is selected.

Your meter frequency range could be faulty or the prods are not making contact.

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November 28, 2013 at 8:42 PM delete

hello Swagatam,
i think your circuit is wrong. R14 and R15 should not be connected to square wave. in one of the comment it is said to connect to the triangular wave output.
How it works? there is no alternating wave at 50hz frequency.

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November 29, 2013 at 10:34 AM delete

T6 switches T1/T2 simultaneously with the PWM pulses, while T3/T4 make sure that T1/T2 conduct alternately at 50Hz rate individually (100 times per second together alternately), it's as simple as that.

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January 8, 2014 at 8:07 PM delete

It is very interesting the idea of different inverter design from your blog.
I have following some doubts
1). What may be the specifications of the battery ( Ah and V ) being used with a 300 W transformer to support a maximum load of 300 W ?
2). Can you please point out a modification to any pwm inverter like this to facilitate the feature of automatic load regulation. I found a similar one in your article (posted 6 days before ), but didn't seem like satisfying the requirement.
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-bco7IGMHtdw/T7CrBQp-7tI/AAAAAAAABWE/jO4rB9DRcpU/s320/output+controlled+inverter+circuit.png

I think it only shutts off the ac out when the voltage rises a specified limit (say 230 V ). It doesn't stabilize the voltage at 230V at varying loads.

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January 9, 2014 at 2:06 PM delete

Thanks Arun.

300 watts usage would mean 300 watt consumption in one hour. so if you intend to use this operation for say 3 hours, then 3x300 = 900wats, divide this by battery voltage(12V) gives 900/12 = 75, means the battery should be 75AH rated but practically you would need above 100AH battery.

For voltage regulation you can refer to this post:

http://homemadecircuitsandschematics.blogspot.in/2014/01/automatic-output-voltage-regulator.html

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January 9, 2014 at 5:44 PM delete

Sir If i am gonna construct a PWM type of inverter, i have to use 24 V instead of 12 V along with a 230V/12-0-12 V transformer. Am i right ?
I am using the series configuration of two 12 V battery banks each of which is a parallel configuration of two 12 V 20 Ah sealed lead accid batteries, thereby getting an overall specification of 24V 40 Ah.
Now my second question is whethet this will be enough to support the required load, since by calculation Ah=900/24 =37.5 ?
I think it will support atleast 250W for the same time period.

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January 10, 2014 at 1:01 PM delete

Arun, increasing voltage will decrease the current requirement of the inveter, this the only advantage of using higher voltage trafo and batt, it has no connection with a PWM type or any ordinary design, you can incorporate higher voltage concept in any design.....however for full bride designs you will require a single winding while for center tapped you will require a center tapped trafo.

making series batery connections will not yield double AH, the AH will stick to 20AH only.

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March 3, 2014 at 1:27 AM delete

Hello sir,
Can you please describe me what section of the circuit is making the pure sine wave..i meant that what section is responsible for pure sine wave?
thank you!

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March 4, 2014 at 10:00 AM delete

Hello Ariful,

It's the 555 IC which is responsible for making the PWM equivalent sine waves.

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April 6, 2014 at 10:21 AM delete

Hi Bro, how are you? Hope you and your family all going well.

I am preparing to build this inverter (the 3’rd one after succeeding builder the 400 Watts inverter design circuit from your other post and the 1 KVA H-bridge with 4 N Channels mosfets).

Before I starting to build this one, could you please advise me to the following questions:
1. What is the closest value of the resistor + preset P1 to achieve the best amplitude setting; if I substitute it’s with 220K preset instead of 10K resistor + 1M preset as of your design (I have no 1M preset ready in hand). I still not own oscillator/frequency meter, so it would be helpful for me also if you can give me some indicator of voltage measurement at some important points.
2. I want replace the BDY29 with IRF3205 N-Channel mosfets and feed the gates voltage with 18 Volts supply line from an additional voltage doubling stage. So the TIP127 and TIP 122 can be replaced with ordinary small transistors such as BC547 and BC557 accordingly. I think doing this would become much more efficient. Do you think it’s could make sense?
3. Can I use 741 OpAmps instead of TL072?

Thanks a lot for your support.

Best regards,
Ferry

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April 6, 2014 at 7:28 PM delete

Hi Bro,great to hear from you back!

According to me all that you have asked makes sense.

Use IRF540 instead as these would be easier to obtain.

for the opamps you can use two opamps from the IC LM324, will be much suitable.

I am not sure about the preset set up values you will have to check them out through practical assessments.

Do everything extremely carefully and step wise only that could lead you to success.

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April 7, 2014 at 5:29 PM delete

Thanks for your fast response Bro,

I think I’ll postpone building this project, since without any parameter measurements at some important points and without oscilloscope is difficult for me to achieve the correct results, especially to your unusual design like this.
My understanding to your design is that you use the first OpAmps for astable-multivibrator which output (square wave) to be fed to the second OpAmps which is designed as Integrator, from where the triangular waveform output will be used to superimpose or chops the PWM output of the 555 IC.
Could you please explain me why you fed back this triangular output to the 1’st OpAmps also?

From your expert views, Is it possible to convert a sinewave produced from a Bubba oscillator or any other oscillator stage, which output swing at about +20 Volts and -20 Volts and frequency of about 50-60 HZ, which directly fed to flip-flop switch the NPN and PNP power transistors alternately without any driver IC?

Thanks Bro, I have learned a lot from you.
Best regards,
Ferry

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April 7, 2014 at 5:58 PM delete

Hi Bro, sorry me again.

Actually I have build the driver stage tomorrow with 500K variable resistor for adjusting the amplitude that I borrowed from my other finish project.
First I just connected the 10K resistor with it and measured the output of pin 2 from IC 555. Then I add another 510K resistor to the other end of potentio and measured again these output. But I could not sensed any fluctuated swing although the frequency preset (I used 220K preset instead of 150K) has been varied from zero to max. The voltage coming out from IC 555 pin 2 was at about 7 to 8 Volts, while at pin 3 vary from 4.5 Volts to 9.5 volts (with various preset setting).

Regards, Ferry

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April 8, 2014 at 10:33 AM delete

Hi Bro,

The opamp circuit is a standard design which I borrowed from the datasheet of the opamp, so I cannot say much about its configuration, it must be correct since it's designed by the experts.

BJTs or mosfets will never respond to sine waves directly, because each counterpart will swing to the highest voltage as soon as the saturation limit is reached which will result in a square wave output from the devices, and not sine wave.

Again I would say that without an oscilloscope it would extremely difficult to judge whether the circuit's producing the correct required outputs, so I think an oscilloscope is a must for a design as complex as the above one.

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April 8, 2014 at 1:18 PM delete

Thanks for your reply Bro, I agreed with you. I'll take a break with this project.
Btw, I read your other post of inverter circuit using 556 IC, I'll study it first and read your discussion with other readers about all aspects that might be encountered while building this. See you there in the near next days.

Best regards, Ferry

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April 8, 2014 at 8:18 PM delete

Sure bro, you are on the right tracks, wish you all the best

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April 16, 2014 at 9:54 PM delete

Hi Swagatam Majumdar
Is output transfo square pulse ?

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April 17, 2014 at 1:57 PM delete

Hi khang, yes it's square but pwm controlled.

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April 17, 2014 at 9:46 PM delete

Hi Swagatam Majumdar
It's use fan or inductor loads ?

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April 18, 2014 at 3:19 PM delete

khang, yes inductive loads can be operated with it.

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May 5, 2014 at 3:59 PM delete

hello Swagatam,
I recovered a transformer with a center tap ups, but it is a 5.5 - 0 - 5.5.
I can use it for this project?
thank you so much
regards andrea

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May 5, 2014 at 8:04 PM delete

hello andrea,

it will do, the PWM will need to adjusted appropriately to suit the transformer specs

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May 7, 2014 at 4:58 AM delete

hi swatagam
thank you for your job and disponibily
soon
andrea

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May 10, 2014 at 1:26 AM delete

hi sir, I beg to back the scheme pwm led dimmer that works on mains voltage 6 volts. because most pwm led dimmer that I found, almost all the work on the main voltage 5v, 9v and 12v. Hopefully you can help me.Thanks

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May 10, 2014 at 1:52 PM delete

hi dinda, you can use a 555 PWM circuit, just google it, you'll find plenty of them online.
if you have doubts, feel free to put them here.

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May 16, 2014 at 2:16 PM delete

Hi Swagatam,

Could I use:
MTP3055VL, MTP3055 60V 12A, Field Effect Transistor

Instead of T1,T2(BDY 29)

Thanks,

Inigo

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May 17, 2014 at 9:42 AM delete

Hello indigo,

yes it can used, just make sure to connect 1k resistors across the gate/source of each mosfet.

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June 15, 2014 at 12:15 PM delete

thanks Roger, so greetings from me too for Brian.

A better design can be seen in the following diagram, which has an automatic output voltage control feature too.

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-Y2aIrZugaFY/UselIcNJh1I/AAAAAAAAGG0/sxZw8y5fDCs/s1600/pure+sine+wave+inverter+with+auto+correction+circuit.png

output power can be increased by upgrading the trfao and the battery AH.

Presently I do not have a ferrite core type inverter circuit but will soon try to post one as shown in the link.

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July 9, 2014 at 7:43 AM delete

Dear sir,
I made this circuit but it didn't work, I checked it 10 times with my friends and found no error in pcb and all parts work. is this circuit really working have you made it??? I made the circuit on Proteus circuit simulation but it didn't work also, thanks in advance.

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July 10, 2014 at 10:17 AM delete

Dear Omar, you cannot just make any circuit directly and entirely as it is shown and hope for success. That's not the way to go.

You will need to make each stage separately, check it separately and then proceed identically for the the remaining stages also.

The above circuit may have some minor faults which can be easily traced and rectified.

Did you check and confirm the frequency generating stages separately with an oscilloscope???

Did you check the output stages separately?

Proceed in the above manner you will definitely find the circuit working.

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September 5, 2014 at 6:03 PM delete

hi swagatam, please clarify me how does the battery get charged

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September 6, 2014 at 12:54 PM delete

hi Ngarajan, the above circuit does not include a battery charger section

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September 23, 2014 at 2:55 AM delete

Please Engineer Swagatam ,
What a great opportunity to link up a gain? I have been struggling to post my comments on your BLOGSPORT but all in vain
Thanks, am very happy a successfully circuit I built which is " pure sine wave Inverter circuit"
And there are so many Interesting circuits from this site i need to build very soon

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September 23, 2014 at 10:39 AM delete

Welcome back Kaluya, I appreciate your presence...keep up the good work!

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September 24, 2014 at 1:19 AM delete

Dear Swagatam,
Am ever grateful for your dedication to all electronic hobbyist around the world.
Engineer , my pure sine wave inverter i built is perfectly working , but still i need to be well versed about the following points :
1)How to measure or between which two points should read 200HZ and 500HZ
2) My oscillator outputs is between 8 to 9v AC when 12.8 dc is applied at the input is this ok? And what is the suppose voltage in particular for this case?
3) What is the transformer output(secondary coil)
I will be grateful to receive a feedback from you thanks.

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September 24, 2014 at 10:24 AM delete

Dear Kaluya, thanks!

The oscillator output voltage should read 50% of the supply due to 50% duty cycle, for 12.8V supply it should show around 6,4V

The transformer output will be as per your requirement, 120V or 220V

pls provide me the link of the design you have built.

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October 1, 2014 at 12:17 AM delete

Kaluya Moses
Sep 26 (5 days ago)

to Swagatam
Hi Engineer Swagatam,
Thanks for the quick reply, I understood the two questions i asked for a helped right a part from the two points where should i press "my negative and positive probes" in order to adjust and get 200HZ and 500HZKaluya Moses
Sep 26 (5 days ago)

to Swagatam
Hi Engineer Swagatam,
Thanks for the quick reply, I understood the two questions i asked for a helped right a part from the two points where should i press "my negative and positive probes" in order to adjust and get 200HZ and 500HZKaluya Moses
Sep 26 (5 days ago)

to Swagatam
Hi Engineer Swagatam,
Thanks for the quick reply, I understood the two questions i asked for a helped right a part from the two points where should i press "my negative and positive probes" in order to adjust and get 200HZ and 500HZ pure sine wave inverter circuit schematic it is the one which is using 3 ICS (555) and CD 4017BE so please help me engineer.

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October 1, 2014 at 11:24 AM delete

Hi Kaluya,

the negative probe should be connected with the negative of the battery and the positive prod to pin14 of IC 4017 and pin5 of the IC2

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November 29, 2014 at 5:34 PM delete

hi sir what is the wattage of ths inverter?

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November 30, 2014 at 9:57 AM delete

it'll depend on the wattage of the transformer and the battery AH, and also the output power transistor current handling capacity....these parameters can be increased to any limits for obtaining any desired power from the inverter.

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December 14, 2014 at 6:31 AM delete

could I use tip 35c to replace BDY29?

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January 12, 2015 at 9:44 PM delete

hello engr.
pls i have an idea iv been pondering on. its a method, i think, pure sine wave inverter circuits can be designed. i need to discuss it with an expereienced person thats why im contacting you. pls how can one discuss privately with you. may be your facebook or whatsapp handle or emial will do.
thanks for your anticipated reply.

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January 13, 2015 at 7:56 PM delete

hello Ahamefula, I am sorry you'll have to discuss it openly because it would be difficult for me to devote time on individual basis

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