Simple 100W inverter schematic design
Posted on Dec 11, 2010 8789
Explanation Here is a simple 100-watt using IC CD4047 and IRF540 MOSFET of the inverter circuit diagram. The circuit is simple, low cost, or even assemble a veroboard. CD 4047
is a low-power CMOS astable/monostable multivibrator IC. Here, it is connected to the production of two pulse sequences 10 11 0.01S 180 degree phase IC pins and as a non-multivibrator. Pin 10 is connected to the gates of Q1 and pin 11 is connected to the gate of Q2. Resistors R3 and R4 prevent loading of each MOSFET IC. When the first 10 feet were accounted for output AC voltage current to flow through the upper half of the positive half of the transformer primary high in the first quarter. When the second quarter by 11 feet high current flows in the opposite direction through the lower half of the transformer primary, account negative half its output AC voltage. Schematic Precautions B1 can be a 12V/6AH lead-acid batteries. Q1 and Q2 must install the appropriate heat sink. 9-0-V T1 may be a primary, secondary, 230V 150VA transformer. Do not expect from this circuit. It is very simple for low-grade applications.