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Possible floating gate would be related to the gate drive circuit. What is it? There's a curious thing that you find gate source resistors in many DIY inverter circuits with bootstrap driver ICs like IR2110, although they haven't been recommended in any manufacturer datasheet or application note. Their usage seems to be only founded by assumptio
I want to use the following common mode choke DLE-302U-5A (3mH 5A 250VAC/DC) as the common mode choke from the DC stage of an inverter. In this stage the voltage is the rectified mainsvoltage, hence ~300VDC (220VACRMS* 1.414). I want also to use an 3phase autotransformer to fed the rectifier in order to have on the DC stage about 400VDC. The que
Normally our Home Refrigerator Motors are Resistive start and induction run type which draws heavy current during starting cause to trip inverter. So by converting that motor to Capacitive start induction run motor the starting current can be reduced and it will run on home inverter. For that we need to connect 10 MFD/400V capacitor in between PTC
i have an idea, i want to build a counter with cmos latch(two inverter back-to-back connected), not with D flip--flop, may i? but i got the bad results, it did not work. can anyone give me some advice? can this be realizable?
Figured something was wrong I built it yesterday but had some issues even though some things I did was different like I used 24v as the input voltage I used 2 10uf capacitors at the input I used a E80 core and I wrapped 2 turns on the primary with 5 strands of 20 swg wire and 9 turns on the secondary with 5 strands of 22 gauge wire. I only build th
Is there a way to simulate effects of alpha particle strike on Digital circuits say inverter in Hspice?
Hi, I would like to know if this is an inverter circuit. For the circuit on the left, the input signal is pin 1 of header P2, and the output is SERVO_RXD. For the circuit on the right, SERVO_TXD is the input and pin 1 of header P3 is the output. V_SERVO = 5v 127156
I'm having issues reliably making J-inverters around 350 MHz. In previous applications in my work, we've needed inverters in low frequencies (1-10MHz) that are easily realizable using lumped elements. We use a half pi network which I show below for both K inverters and J inverters. 126934 For the low frequencies th
Hi, There are a lot of step up / boost DCDC converter chips that run with 2.7V or less. Also there are capacitive voltage doubler / voltage inverter circuits. Like MAX1044.. If you have access to the other side of the RS232 (PC), then you maybe can use those (control line) levels to generate the RS232 supply voltage. But this is a low cost solu
Hi! I've "repaired" a chinese TIG welder (repair is a big word, only had cold solders, loose fastons, loose screws that must handle 200a, etc. Nothing burnt) and i'm studying the circuits for try to improve them. I have a basic understanding of swtiching technologies (i know how they work and with some limits i can repair them), but i not know ev
Hello, I have any queston about Crystal oscilator with 74HC04. B is standard version of this circuits. I have profesionály manuifactured device where is A version. Diference is in R3 (RF) resisotr resistor is over Crystal not over CMOS inverter and value of R3 is only 100k (in pictore I have error) Question Why is R3 over crysta
if you are going to open up this piece of kit, there might be 230V AC from the inverter around the circuits, so take care!!!! It will be lethal. Frank
i am using the attached image cct for square wave inverter but i dont get any output.i have the simulative model of cd 4047 and design file of proteus as well attached kindly check it and help i have to submit it soon. this is the cct diagram 117032 and this is the design proteus file and the simulation model for cd
Hi, I am a beginner in Power Electronics and i came up with an issue that i want to software i designed an H_bridge to use it as an inverter circuit to produce pure sine works fine in software but now its time for hardware implementation but i have some doubts. I am keeping gnd of MCU isolated from H_bdg's gnd but the power
Greetings! I know basic layout designing(ie. inverter, gates, adder ) but now i want to go on advanced level and want to explore layout designing for complex circuits. 1) What should i read and from where ? kindly provide material, pdfs, books or video links. 2) What is the main difference between Analog layout & Digital layout design??
I would suggest first to try a circuit without photodiodes - for example the inverter as shown in Fig. 13 of the data sheet. And then - if you have convinced yourself that the amplifier works correctly - try to use it as current-to-voltage converter.
The Mosfets in an inverter get hotter when the output power is higher. The IRFP064N Mosfets can conduct more heat into a heatsink so they can survive a higher output power than the smaller IRF3205 Mosfets. If you need only low output power then use the IRF3205 Mosfets.
A sine-wave or modified sine-wave converter was the subject of this thread. How did a square-wave converter get into the discussion? The circuits in post #1 which are all DC/DC converters will surely use square-wave. But we don't know about the intended inverter waveform.
How can we get the leakage power of a CMOS circuit (say an inverter) using LTSpice?
Hello i have made transformer based pure sine wave inverter by generating spwm from microcontroller. so i am trying to make this simple inverter to work as 'on grid' inverter. what changes are required. regards