I am sure you might have often wondered how to accomplish the correct way of optimizing and calculating a modified square wave such that it produced almost an identical replication of a sine wave when used in an inverter application. The calculations discussed in this article will help you to learn the technique through which […]
12V DC to 220 AC Power Converters
The articles discussed below present a mammoth collection of DC to AC inverters and converters with many different specifications and toplology.
We have many simple versions designed to work with small batteries such as 12V 7Ah batteries to produce around 100 to 500 watts 220V AC, and also the gigantic ones which are conditioned to generates awesome amounts of power in the range of 1000 to 5000 watts.
Since all these converters primarily utilize battery power for converting lower 12V to 24V DC to 120V or 220V AC, it becomes mandatory for these systems to employ a battery charger system also, without which consistent functioning of the units can become impossible.
The following articles include specialized battery charger circuits which can be used for reliable recharging of batteries and for using them in the converter applications.
When we talk about DC/AC converters we basically refer to the various inverters and their topologies. An inverter is a device that converts power from a low DC source to a high AC level.
The low voltage DC source could be from a battery or a solar panel or any other option having the capacity to generate high current low voltage DC.
The word inverter arises from the function of the unit wherein it inverts the low voltage DC into a high voltage AC using a transformer.
I have taken a lot of pain and spent time-consuming practical sessions to learn regarding how to make customized inverter designs with maximum efficiency and with minimum effort and price.
Yes that's possible, and I will explain how to do it. Once you are able to grasp the basic working principle of the various inverter concepts, believe me it would be absolutely easy to design and optimize your own specific inverter designs in your home.
To learn the points you just have to go through the links below and understand them, and yes if you have trouble grasping any of the facts, feel free to express them in the comments for getting a quick solutions from me.....!
The following links provide us some of the best sine wave and square wave inverter circuits that you may select and customize as per your own power requirement specs.
If you are not too keen in understanding the deep technical aspects of a true sine wave power inverter, yet want to build it within a couple of hours, then this article will help you to accomplish it using an audio power amplifier and some DC motors. Here we’ll how to convert audio amplifiers into […]
The following article presents 7 interesting modified sine wave inverter designs with exhaustive descriptions regarding its construction procedure, circuit diagram, waveform output and detailed parts lists. The designs are intended for learning and building experimental projects by engineers and students. Here we discuss different varieties of modified designs ranging from a modest 100 watt to […]
These 7 inverter circuits may look simple with their designs, but are able to produce a reasonably high power output and an efficiency of around 75%. Learn how to build this cheap mini inverter and power small 220V or 120V appliances such drill machines, LED lamps, CFL lamps, hair dryer, mobile chargers, etc through a […]
A simple yet useful Microprocessor based Arduino full-bridge inverter circuit can be built by programming an Arduino board with SPWM and by integrating a few mosfets with in H-bridge topology, let’s learn the details below: In one of our earlier articles we comprehensively learned how to build a simple Arduino sine wave inverter, here we […]
A vey basic yet reasonably efficient 1500W PWM based sinewwave inverter circuit can be studied under this post. The design utilizes very ordinary parts to accomplish a powerful SPWM type inverter circuit. Main Specifications Power Output: Adjustable from 500 watts to 1500 watts Output Voltage: 120V or 220V as per the transformer specs Output Frequency: […]