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I am searching for a 220vac to +5VDC converter / regulator chipset. Can someone suggest of other chip that provides the the given conversion. I've seen one from MAXIM (MAX610, 611, 612), it is a chipset that directly converts 110/220vac to a regulated +5VDC (or even variable 0 to 17VDC) but I still need other options. Can someone (...)
You haven't specify AC power of the motor .. If ≈500W is enough then here is a low cost 12vdc to 220vac inverter: Regards, IanP
can any one help me with the schematic diagram of a dc to ac converter.That is about 9vdc or 12vdc to approximately 220vac.
Hi, check following links , they may be useful for you 12vdc-220vac 100/200watts sinewave inverter dc to ac converter... 12vdc - 240vac power Inverter
Need DC/AC converter schemaitic. In 12vdc Out 220vac 25W 50Hz
Hi! I am an amateur user of pic microcontrollers and I want to make a pure sine inverter 12v to 220v 50Hz and the output will be 200-300W. I must use pic16f873.Could someone help me with a schematic of the circuit I want to make please???Sorry for my english....
hi im new to this ive been trying to work it out. how can i get 12vdc with 6 amps from 220vac ? from my research i know i could use a transformer a bridge rectifier and a filter capacitor. can someone send a link for the transformer or if theres another way to do it can i get a simple drawing of the circuit . thanks
inspire your self from the attached design based on SG3524: This is what we call double conversion, 1- elevation of voltage from 12 0r 24 vdc to 300 vdc 2- transforming the 300vdc to 220vac 50hz playing with the duty cycle ( this will be automatically given by the SG3524; look to the
Can someone please help me understand high-frequency transformers application and use? When observing car inverters that usually take in 12vdc and output 110VAC/60Hz or 220vac/50Hz they use small little transformers. I'm assuming they are high-frequency transformers. Are they actually performing any gain? I mean are they stepping up the AC outpu