Convert Nokia charger output form DC to AC

Joined Dec 23, 2011
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Hi..

I have Nokia AC-8N charger

which provide DC output... bt i need AC output. by keeping curent and voltage as before.
so my question is that

" HOW CAN I CONVERT DC OUTPUT TO AC BY REMAINING CURRENT AND VOLTAGE AS BEFORE in Nokia AC-8N charger ?? "

spinnaker

Joined Oct 29, 2009
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You are talking about overunity and that is banned here. There is going to be loss converting back to AC.

My question is: Why would you want to convert AC to DC then back to AC again???

just get an appropriate transformer.

tom66

Joined May 9, 2009
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You are talking about overunity and that is banned here. There is going to be loss converting back to AC.
Well technically it's unity but yeah 100% efficiency would be very difficult to achieve...

BershaM

Joined Aug 22, 2011
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why is unity/over unity banned??

Joined Apr 30, 2011
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Well technically it's unity but yeah 100% efficiency would be very difficult to achieve...

Actually it would be impossible to achieve.

Joined Apr 30, 2011
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why is unity/over unity banned??

Because it's a huge waste of time and it draws in the kooky pseudo-science nutters.

tom66

Joined May 9, 2009
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Actually it would be impossible to achieve.
A room heater might be considered nearly unity efficiency, as it converts all incoming electrical energy to heat, either directly in the element or indirectly, for example from the light turning into heat. Of course that doesn't include transmission losses, generating power etc. but this is a closed system example.

Papabravo

Joined Feb 24, 2006
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But a reasonable goal would be 80%. So you can have from a DC source a range of current and voltage combinations that equal 80% of the DC input power. If the AC output also needs to be a pure sine wave then that will increase the degree of difficulty.

spinnaker

Joined Oct 29, 2009
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The question still stands: Why on earth would you convert AC to DC then back to AC again?

Joined Dec 26, 2010
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The question still stands: Why on earth would you convert AC to DC then back to AC again?
One might imagine some sensible reasons for wanting to do this - such as obtaining AC at a different frequency from the input, or providing a battery backed up supply.

That said, my guess would be that the OP just wants AC, and is unaware that converting DC back to AC is likely to be more expensive and less efficient than getting a suitable transformer. I suspect we will never know though...

spinnaker

Joined Oct 29, 2009
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O I suspect we will never know though...
You can say that again. Another one post wonder.

Maybe it is another homework project? I can see how this might be an interesting assignment though not really possible as defined.