Inverter | Application and usage

What is Inverter?

Inverter is a method through which DC current is converted into AC and AC current into DC. That is, a conversion is needed to convert DC current to AC. We call this conversion the inverter. It follows the binary process. In the first stage the inverter extracts AC power through the battery. And in the second phase it consumes electricity and charges the Battery.

UPS inverter

The direction of electric current in the battery is one or constant. And the battery comes out as long as there is energy in it. And it is used for power backup in homes. Mostly appliances in homes are of AC. Inverter is used for power backup in homes, office, factory, bank, industrial etc.

  1. INVERTER
  2. RECTIFIER
  3. BATTERY
inverter in trolley

INVERTER

  • The function of the inverter is to convert AC current to DC current.
  • The function of the inverter is to convert AC current to DC current.
  • The function of the inverter is to convert AC current to DC current.

RECTIFIER

  • The function of rectifier is to convert AC current to DC current.
  • The function of rectifier is to convert AC current to DC current.

BATTERY

  • The function of a battery is to store energy inside itself.
  • The function of a battery is to store energy inside itself.