Inverter is a converter of direct current energy (batteries, accumulators) into constant frequency and voltage or frequency and voltage regulated alternating current (generally 220V, 50Hz sine wave).
It consists of an inverter bridge, control logic and a filter circuit.
It is suitable for air conditioning, home cinema, electric sanders, power tools, sewing machines, DVDs, VCDs, computers, TVs, washing machines, range hoods, refrigerators, VCRs, massagers, fans, lighting, etc.
In foreign countries, where the popularity of cars is high, the inverter can be used to drive electrical appliances and various tools by connecting the battery when going out to work or travelling. The inverter output through the cigarette lighter is 20W, 40W, 80W, 120W to 150W.
Larger inverters are connected to the battery via a cable. By connecting household appliances to the output of the power converter, you can use various appliances in the car.
The following appliances can be used: mobile phones, laptops, digital cameras, video cameras, lighting, electric shavers, CD players, game consoles, handheld computers, power tools, car refrigerators and various travel, camping and medical emergency appliances.