How power inverter works?
Inverter is a transformer of DC to AC. It is actually a voltage inversion process with converter.
The converter is to convert the AC voltage of the power grid to a stable 12V DC output, and the inverter is to convert the 12V DC voltage of the Adapter to high frequency high voltage alternating current; the two parts also use more PWM (pulse width modulation) technology. The core part is a PWM integrated controller, Adapter uses UC3842, and inverter uses TL5001 chip. The operating voltage range of TL5001 is 3.6 ~ 40V, with an error amplifier, an regulator, an oscillator, a PWM generator with a dead zone control, a low voltage protection circuit and a short circuit protection loop.
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