In our daily life, the inverter plays a very important […]
In our daily life, 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. In addition to this main inverter circuit, it also has a control circuit and an auxiliary circuit. In addition to this, there are circuits dedicated to protection. The main function of the control circuit is to control the diversion and disconnection of the inverter switch tube 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 a DC voltage that ensures the normal operation of the circuit. The main function of the output circuit is to ensure the quality of the AC output from 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 DC power suitable for controlling the operation of the circuit, and to detect various circuits. The main function of the protection circuit is to protect the various circuits from overheating and voltage protection.
The main application scenarios of inverters are mainly used in automobiles, notebooks, air conditioners, home theaters, electric grinding wheels, power tools, sewing machines, televisions, washing machines, range hoods, refrigerators, video recorders, massagers, fans, lighting, etc. In the case of providing AC auxiliary power for DC power supply, where some places need AC power, the inverter can be used to convert DC power into AC power. In the common system using solar energy, a lot of electricity is used. The electricity generated by the energy of the sun is DC. Electricity, and the power grid requires AC power, so it can invert the DC power generated by solar energy into AC power and then input it into the grid.