INVERTER that can on a lamp and a 21 inch tv...help please

Discussion in 'The Projects Forum' started by eyestorm, Jul 16, 2011.

  1. eyestorm

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    anyone could give me a circuit of a simple inverter....thanks....email me...<SNIP>
     
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  2. SgtWookie

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    We don't help via E-mail.
    You should remove your E-mail address so that it does not get picked up by the spam-bots.

    You really should state the total wattage requirement of your lamp and TV, and how long you want it to operate without mains power; and also what the output voltage and frequency needs to be.
     
  3. lokeycmos

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  4. iONic

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    Unless you have most or all of the parts, your best bet is to buy one.

    Here is but one source where you can purchase them according to your power needs.

    Harbor Freight Tools
     
  5. Adjuster

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    Note that if you are expecting 100W or more to run a CRT-type TV and a light for some hours, you will need a BIG deep-cycle battery. A car battery just won't cut it.
     
  6. raffter

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    eyestorm

    by -simple- means a really simple one in design, right? I think square wave output inverters could do a nice job powering up lamps and TVs
     
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