Simple Inverter. 12v DC to 220v AC.

Introduction: Simple Inverter. 12v DC to 220v AC.

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Electricity is important for us. But sometimes we need electricity in emergency, like power outages, emergencies, camping, etc. With this inverter, we can use Car / motorcycle battery. This can increase the electricity from 12V DC to 220V AC, and this can turn on Light bulb, Phone Charger, and small consumption device.

OK LET'S MAKE IT!!!

Step 1: You Need This

  • 2 Pcs TIP31 Transistor
  • 2 Pcs 15ohm Resistor
  • Transformer with Center tap, 1-15 Ampere (I use 1 amp, but it's have a small voltage output. I recommend you to use 5-15 amp transformer)
  • And Breadboard

Step 2: The Schematic

Simple, Anyone can build this inverter.

You can build this inverter less than 30 minutes.

Step 3: Test!!!

Step 4: Thanks for Look My Works!

Please share,Vote,& like this!

Sorry for my bad english!

I hope you can make better than me, HAPPY MAKING!!

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10 Discussions

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PulsPet
PulsPet

2 years ago on Step 4

No worries about grammar. You have something. Thanks

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MatthewT157
MatthewT157

3 years ago

This circuit runs at 11Hz, and power delivery is terrible, not even a sqaure wave.

Frequency can be found as f = R/1.45

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buteman
buteman

4 years ago

Yes, and thinking about safety, it could kill your just laid out as it is. Especially if you go for a higher power transformer. One high voltage lead in each hand and you would be jumping about!

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balsuryana
balsuryana

Reply 4 years ago

i suggest you to make the case for more safety. Thanks for look my works

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willemvl
willemvl

4 years ago

This circuit is basically a free-running oscillator and I doubt its frequency is anywhere near 50 - 60 Hz. I would be leery of connecting it to anything requiring a 50 - 60 Hz power source.

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balsuryana
balsuryana

Reply 4 years ago

thanks for look my works.

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buteman
buteman

4 years ago

What is the wattage rating of the resistors please?

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balsuryana
balsuryana

Reply 4 years ago

1,5 watt

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balsuryana
balsuryana

Reply 4 years ago

or bigger

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balsuryana
balsuryana

4 years ago

Please share this instructables! Thankss!