What are the functions and characteristics of the inverter?

Update:2020-12-25
Abstract:

1. Function The inverter converts direct current (batte […]

1. Function
The inverter converts direct current (battery, storage battery) into alternating current (generally 220v50HZ sine or square wave). In layman's terms, an inverter is a device that converts direct current (DC) into alternating current (AC). It is composed of inverter bridge, control logic and filter circuit.
Simply put, an inverter is an electronic device that converts low-voltage (12 or 24 volts or 48 volts) direct current into 220 volt alternating current. Because it is usually used to rectify 220 volt AC power into DC power, and the inverter has the opposite effect, hence the name. In a "mobile" era, mobile office, mobile communications, mobile leisure and entertainment. In the mobile state, not only low-voltage DC power supplied by batteries or batteries, but also 220 volt AC power that is indispensable in the daily environment is required. The inverter can meet the demand.
2. Features
(1). High conversion efficiency and fast start-up;
(2). Good safety performance: The product has five protection functions: short circuit, overload, over/under voltage, and over temperature;
(3). Good physical properties: the product adopts all-aluminum shell, good heat dissipation performance, hard oxidation treatment on the surface, good friction resistance, and resistance to extrusion or impact by a certain external force;
(4). Strong adaptability and stability with load.