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hello dear forum, this below circuit is the schematic of an ultrasonic inverter 129223 I want bring the circuit to resonance by playing with the value of inductance between output transformer and the piezo element my question is ; if I display the current and voltage at the 220 VAC input with the osciloscope -
I am using this circuit. As DC bus I am applying currently 30V and at output I am able to achieve a sine wave by further employing a filter Circuit In theory what should be the peak output voltage of the sine wave???? Shouldn't it be +30V I am getting a peak of +12.5V and 25V p-p. Hi Who told that out put voltage must be as VDC ?
Keep in mind the source impedance out of your inverter is N squared times your input source impedance, and you want this as low as possible for good load regulation. ( Source/Load determines error) Using a centre tap 12Vdc to 220Vac you have 220Vac/24Vdc or a turns ratio near 10:1 with a centre tap. So output impedance will be at least 100x b
Hi, i have frequency inverter and induction motor. Switching frequency of inverter can be 2 - 12kHz. Which frequency to select? Motor has no label.
In theory, with ideal devices, your circuit wouldn't do anything since the inputs to the AND gate are never high simultaneously. In reality, your circuit will output a narrow pulse on the low-to high transition of the input with width approximately equal to the propagation delay of the inverter. Is that what you intended?
Hello, I am looking out to read about inverters and get the theory of operation ... Of course I found a lot of links on the WEB about this but maybe someone knows of a well written book or article on this. Also, I am mostly interested in a digital aproach rather than a "classical" approach to the solution. Thanks in advance for any hints!
See this like starting idea It will hardly implement the 50/60 Hz frequency conversion. Generally speaking, the hardware of a typical single phase motor inverter is what you need: Input rectifier, bus capacitor, PWM controlled H-bridge, output inductor, possibly a sine filter. If high input power factor is required, the AC/
Is there any dependence of Vth (CMOS inverter) on Temperature in 180nm technology? If so wat relation can be given between ?n and ?p?
Can anyone please give me the 'DC to AC Pure Sine Wave inverter' circuit diagram, its components and its explanation?
Respected sir, I am new commer in this forum and hope that your kind cooperation and assistance is always with me.I am designing a Line interactive 1000VA UPS. I am facing some problem w.r.t. transformer of ups i.e. detail of windings,transformer checking procedure, voltage references and connection of transformer with inverter board. Thanking
How logic gates are made should be part of microelectronics course. The course you mentioned, should be based on device( and above) abstraction- means it should be considering the MOS as switch. I can't be sure, but the course should include following: 1) What is MOS and how it works? 2) Basic inverter from MOS. 3) Basic gates from MOS. If you ca
In theory, CMOS inverter consumes zero static power. What does this means?????
freeman At least to me, still is not clear if you are concerning to control PF at input of SMPS, or to control PF at output of inverter. +++
Hi all, I am designing a inverter in 0.25u tsmc tecnology. when i am doing transient simulating i am gatting spike. VDD=2.5V. spike around 0.1v. even the DC characteristic is perfect. Thanks & Regards Anand
Hi All, Please Help me with my project (Final year Engineering project) and it's about Multilevel inverter (theory and Application) Please if there is anyone know anything or have any e-books about the subject please help me.
It is not the design task to have the Vth of the inverter in the middle of the supply voltage. The prior task is to guarantee symetric rise and fall times. So the dynamic is of more interst than the static case. A symetric static (dc) transferfunction differs from symetric rise and fall times since there are different input caps to load for p a