Low output DC-AC Inverter? 4.8v DC - 36 volts AC

Discussion in 'The Projects Forum' started by TipTop, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. TipTop

    Thread Starter New Member

    Oct 29, 2009
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    Hi everybody :)

    :)
    Can Anybody advise on how to make the following inverter or know where i can buy one or find an existing circuit diagram, the details are listed below:


    DC-AC Inverter
    Input: 4.8 volts DC
    Output: 36 volts AC
    Power Output: 0.2 Watts
    Operating Frequency: 50-60Hz



    I would like to run this from 4 x 1.2v AA batteries.

    thanks:)
     
  2. t06afre

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    Is 36 volt amplitude value or is it RMS? And you do want a sine wave?
    My first guess is to use a sine wave oscillator then a low power audio amp. Connect this to a standard 220 to 18 volt transformer. Turn the transformer around so the 220 volt input is output on the transformer.
    Just a hint;)
     
  3. TipTop

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    Oct 29, 2009
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    thanks for the reply, it would be 36v rms abd would need a sine wave

    do you have any other suggestions, i am looking for an existing small, cheap, simple circuit or pre-made inverter that I could use to make a small batch of inverters (50 or so) or even someone that could make these for me ....

    thanks
     
  4. t06afre

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    I actually think my solution is the simplest. Then I am talking about audio amplifier I mean a audio amplifier chip. Using a chip like this is ideal then working with transformers since the can handle this kind of load. Very few component will be needed.
     
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