25W Low Power Inverter

The first section of the 555 timer is wires as an astable oscillator with R2 and C1 setting the frequency. The output is available at pin 5. The second section is wired as a phase inverter. That output is available at pin 9. Resistor R3 and R4 keep output transistor Q1 and Q2 from loading down the oscillator. The two transistors drive the transfor
25W Low Power Inverter - schematic

mer push-pull fashion. When one transistor is biased-on, the other is cut-off. The transformer is a 120V/18V center tapped that is connected backwards, so that is steps the voltage up rather than down. Oscillator circuit U1, R1, R2 and C1 operates from about 4 to 6V with very stable output. Tags: 25w inverter, 25w power inverter, 6v inverter circuit, inverter circuit diagram, low power inverter, low power inverter circuit, power inverter circuit diagram, This inverter circuit can be used to power electric razors, stroboscopes and flash tubes, and small fluorescent lamps from a 12 volt car battery. In contrast to the usual feedback oscillator type of inverter, the oscillator of this inverter is separate from the output stage, which allows easy adjustment of the oscillator frequency to suit. The following diagram is the schematic of simple easily tuned / adjustable sine and square wave oscillator. This circuit provides sine and square wave at frequency of below 20Hz up to above 20KHz. The benefit of this circuit diagram is that you can adjust the output frequencyby varry the variable resistor of R6. The schematic diagram shown right here is the automatic switching-on emergency light circuit which is controlled using IC. The most important capabilities of this circuit are: automatic switching-on of the light on main power failure and battery charger with overcharge protection. When mains electrical power is absent, relay RL2...

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