Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Power Electronics

Inverter - The Power Backup

Executive Summary By Ron Victor

An inverter has the capacity to change the DC power into AC power which can be used for generating devices like kitchen appliances, computers, power tools and many more by just plugging the devices into the inverter. Low powered inverters are designed specially for low powered electronic appliances. Huge powerful inverters can be used for multiple small appliances or huge device that needs a high power requirement. The stand-alone inverter is the most familiar category of power inverter.

The two common types of power inverters: true-sine wave or modified-sine wave. True-sine wave inverters create power that is moreover identical to the public utility power grid system. Waveform is considered when choosing a power inverter.

An inverter charger combines power inverter and battery charger and transfer it to single unit.

Power Inverter Uses and Variations - Auto, Car, Boat, Laptops

Executive Summary By Brandon M. Leibowitz

Power Inverters, also known as power supply units or power converters, are a great way to power electronic devices when there is not a ready electrical outlet present but there is DC power available. The basic concept of a power inverter is that it can convert a car's 12 volt direct current power into the same type of alternating current power available from a wall socket, enabling electronics to charge while traveling.

On the market you can find an ever-increasing number of different power inverters. There are power inverters that can provide power for one, two, three, or four plugs simultaneously. There are also power inverters that contain USB ports that can charge USB-enabled devices; this can add to the functionality of your power inverter if you carry around devices like the popular iPhone.

Power inverters also differ in the amount of power they supply.

Check my other post: Ultimate electronics

No comments:

Post a Comment