About High Capacity Inverter

DC -to AC converters are known as inverters. The function of an inverter is to change a DC input voltage to a symmetrical AC output voltage of desired magnitude and frequency. The output voltage could be fixed or variable at a fixed or variable frequency as desired. An Inverter functions by converting the Alternating current (AC) input to Direct current (DC) in the converter charger circuit and reconverting to AC in the inverter circuit. Batteries are connected in parallel to the input of the Inverter and instantaneously come on when the AC supply fails. if there is a total mains failure the system automatically switches to the back-up source of power In case of power failure, a good inverter would switch to battery for backup so fast that the time of switching is not to be perceptible. As a result some appliances that required a higher start current, like the refrigerator can be driven using Inverter. Square Wave produce the humming sound and reduce the life of the appliances. In most of the Transistor power inverter, output is the square wave on battery mode. Inverter produces the stepped Sine Wave (Quasi Sine Wave) which is nearly equivalent of the AC Main Sine wave and gives the same results.

Battery is the life of the Inverter. An Inverter lives on battery so it is the responsibility of the Inverter to protect the battery and use it optimally and enhance its life. Inverter battery lifetime is maximized if the battery is always powered from a constant current charger. Inverter gives constant charging current to batteries irrespective of the A. C Voltage i.e. whether the AC Voltage is 150 or 270V, the battery gets nearly the same charging current. This protects the battery plates from damage.Inverter has an advanced trickle charging mechanism built in the system to prevent batteries from overcharging and to increase the battery life.


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