How does the inverter work?


In our real life in the day, the inverter plays a very important role. In our home equipment, travel equipment and other equipment have a wide range of applications.

Let's take a look at how the inverter works. The inverter converts the DC voltage into a high-voltage current, which, in addition to the main inverter circuit, also has a control circuit and an auxiliary circuit composition. In addition, there are circuits specifically designed for protection.

The main function of the control circuit is to control the diversion and disconnection of the inverter and to complete the inverter function with the main inverter circuit. The main function of the input circuit is to provide the main inverter circuit with DC voltage to ensure the normal operation of the circuit. The main function of the output circuit is to ensure the quality of the alternating power output of the main inverter circuit, as well as to adjust and correct the output voltage, so that it meets the requirements of the user. The main function of the auxiliary circuit is to convert the input voltage of the inverter circuit into direct current suitable for the operation of the control circuit, as well as to detect various circuits.

The main role of the protection circuit is to overheat protection of various circuits, voltage protection and so on. Inverter is widely used in a wide range of applications, mainly by automobiles, notebooks, air conditioners, home cinemas, electric grinding wheels, power tools, sewing machines, televisions, washing machines, hood, refrigerators, video recorders, massager, fans, lighting, etc., mainly used in the DC power supply to provide AC auxiliary power supply, some places need alternating current place, Inverter can be used to convert direct current into alternating current, in the common use of solar energy systems used in many, the power of the sun to emit electricity is DC, and the power grid needs alternating current, so it can turn the solar energy generated by the DC inverse into alternating current, and then into the grid.