What Is An Inverter?

- Jan 25, 2019-

An inverter is a device that converts DC power (batteries, battery storage) into alternating current (typically 220V,50Hz sine wave). It is composed of inverter bridge, control logic and filter circuit. Widely used in air conditioning, home theater, electric grinding wheel, power tools, sewing machine, DVD, VCD, computer, TV, washing machine, hood, refrigerator, video recorder, massager, fan, lighting and so on.


In foreign countries due to the high penetration rate of cars out of work or travel can be used inverter connection battery to drive electrical appliances and a variety of tools work. The vehicle inverter output through the cigarette point is 20W, 40W, 80W, 120W to 150W power specifications. A larger power inverter power supply is connected to the battery via a connecting line. Connecting household appliances to the output of the power converter allows you to use a variety of appliances in your car. The use of electrical appliances are: mobile phones, laptops, digital cameras, video machines, lighting, electric razors, CD players, game consoles, handheld computers, power tools, car refrigerators and a variety of tourism, camping, medical first aid appliances and so on.