An inverter is one of the electronic components that converts electrical energy. In general, an inverter converts direct current (DC) power to alternating current (AC) power.
It is used for motors, computers, home appliances, etc.
Inverters are used for a variety of purposes.
Inverters are primarily used to provide AC power to devices that rely on DC power, such as generators.
In addition, DC power generated by solar generators is converted to AC power and used for household power.
Inverters are also used in other applications such as motor control.
For example, they are used to control the speed and direction of motors, or to control other electronics such as pumps.
Inverters are classified into various types according to frequency control methods.
Typical examples include square wave, sine wave, and triangular wave. Which of these types of inverters to choose depends on the purpose of use.
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