Please verify that the circuit I am using is right.

Thread Starter

S.M.Atai Rabbe

Joined Aug 25, 2015
1
Hey people,

I am making an inverter which will do 24v dc to 230v ac.

Here is the Circuit,
can you have a look and let me know that whether it will work or not?

Another thing that I need help with is simulation in proteus.

I am supposed to use a 12 0 12 to 230v center tapped transformer,
But I am not being able to configure it according to my need, any resource will be a great help.

Here is the transformer's value editing form that proteus wants me to fill.
 

Alec_t

Joined Sep 17, 2013
10,917
Your transistors are wired as a bistable ciruit, whereas you need an astable circuit (oscillator).
Googling for 'inverter schematic' should give you examples of this type of circuit.
 

Dodgydave

Joined Jun 22, 2012
8,858
if you want 24V to 230V, then you need a 24-0-24V to 230V transformer,

Note the oscillator in your circuit will have its own resonant frequency, if you want to use it for a mains backup psu, then you need to use a 50Hz oscillator to maximize the transformer output.
 
Last edited:

Ramussons

Joined May 3, 2013
809
if you want 24V to 230V, then you need a 24-0-24V to 230V transformer,

Note the oscillator in your circuit will have its own resonant frequency, if you want to use it for a mains backup psu, then you need to use a 50Hz oscillator to maximize the transformer output.
o_O
 
Top