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12vDC to 220vAC 100watts inverter

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Quick & Dirty all purpose DC to AC inverter

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runa4g3331 month ago

hi cool work but how much amp i need for the 1500w

Elzem4 months ago

Any one have matlab simulink of this circuit

Elzem4 months ago

Any one have matlab simulink of this circuit

ramoo19 months ago
simple sine wave inverte with pic code
fauzi19739 months ago
hi nick
for IC CD 4047 special or not thanks
g4nori1 year ago
hi, can i use a "4093" IC to generate the clock?
ssundhar1 year ago
hi mr.nick zouein am sundhar from india. ur circuit deatails are very awesome.then i want need to quick charging for ur circuit.so please sent the details 4 quick charging circuit
hello nick,
whether the scheme for 12DC to 220ac inverter with a power output of 1000W (min. MSW)?
Can you let me know? I want to assemble for my home needs.
thank you ..
nickk hello, I need for your help.
please help, I need a 12 DC to 220 AC inverter 1000 watt, modified sine signal at least.
can help me to complete the circuit and details of the components used.
The full series of images please send an email to me: ndo_sottoy@yahoo.com or suhendro_86@yahoo.co.id
thank you before nickk ..
nickk (author)  suhendro_861 year ago
Sorry I don't send private emails, anything to discuss should be public here.
dadung1 year ago
hello nick, whether the scheme that uses mosfet inverter irfp 260 n
2000W.i want to assemble. Thank you
nickk (author)  Gujrati2 years ago
You can yes but you will not take out of it a full 500w and it will not last more than 30 min. I don't suggest you do so, this is not professional work.
Hi nick What is the value of D1
nickk (author)  rameshbapuarr2 years ago
general purpose 6A diode
Wild Hunter2 years ago
Hello Nickk,

What would be the voltage rating of both the polar capacitors?
And would this voltage rating of both the capacitors remain same as we increase the output power rating?
Please also tell me that about the
1- Vcc selection for higher watts is same as was in your previous design?
2- The transformer center tape winding selection for higher power is same as
it was in your previous design?
3- Is the selection of Amp for transformer for higher power is same as your
previous design?
nickk (author)  Wild Hunter2 years ago
yes
nickk (author)  Wild Hunter2 years ago
50v
HARRIS7472 years ago
Hello,

Can anybody help me please, I cannot read the comoponent specs on the jpg pictures. Numbers are very small, How do you do ? I am missing something ?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Best regards,
Horacio

nickk (author)  HARRIS7472 years ago
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HARRIS747 nickk2 years ago
Thanks very much Nickk !

Now I will start asap !

Kind regards,
Horacio
valeso4 years ago
helo nickk thanks for your precition about the kind of battery to use but i still have another pre-ocupation can the current produce by the inverter be use to charge the battery?that is like a closed cycle.
nickk (author)  valeso4 years ago
No it doesn't work, there is power loss in the form of heat generated by the power transistors that will eventualy empty your battery
hi nickk i'm in Don Bosco school in Egypt our project this year is to make an inverter version 250 watt we use it to transform from 12 Dc(come from 2 solar panells) to charge a bettary ..so to make it have i to use 6 transistors pnp?
aashay0072 years ago
can i use this for el wire ? or can you give me source to another one for that purpose ?
Thanx for the awesome instructable!
Am really looking forward to builing my own inverter!!
analyndalin3 years ago
nick thank you very much for this very good circuit, we build it and perfectly working this very helpful to us to pass our subject... god bless...
hiii
gud eveng
i am vinil
i am doing my BE in electronics
can u send me an 100w inverter circuit which u got perfect output

here is my mail id
vinnu3692009@gmail.com
nickk (author)  vinnu3692 years ago
it is already online, can't you see it ?
hi vinnu,

i saw the circuit of 12vDC to 220vAC 100watts inverter in instructable. if you hold the circuit for that one.if possible please send me.

my mail id is mkarthik.krthk@gmail.com
nickk (author)  analyndalin2 years ago
:)
sir can i use 9vDC supply and not 12vDC and still have the same output of 220vAC/100W?
nickk (author)  divinewrath002 years ago
you have to change the transformer to 18/220 v center tapped
todo1232 years ago
hey nickk, can you give me the names and parts? so i can order them fast and easily.
raktim.live3 years ago
is the jumper is necessary? can i use mosfet in the power stage instead of transistor?
analyndalin3 years ago
i mean, i used the t1 for charger circuit separated circuit from inverter. it is possible? thank you.
analyndalin3 years ago
hi nick, i would like to add a charger in this circuit, can i also use the T1 transformer for the charger? thank you.^ ^
nickk (author)  analyndalin3 years ago
no, to charge a 12v battery you'll need 13.5v not 12v
analyndalin3 years ago
hi nick, what is the value of R1 for 60Hz the value of D1 and the voltage value of capacitors? please reply asap coz i built this inverter for my school project but i don't know what are the components value that i mentioned. thank you very very much.
nickk (author)  analyndalin3 years ago
for 60Hz : replace R1 with 39K and C3 with 0.1uF metalized film 5% tolerence, use 25v caps for C1 and C2
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