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How can we get pure AC of 220V 50Hz from DC supply of 12V?

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How can we get pure AC of 220V 50Hz from DC supply of 12V.
 

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Re: circuit help

whenever an DC quantity is to be converted to AC then it involves a oscillator... so construct a 50Hz oscillator and step up the voltage as needed using a transformer...
 

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Re: circuit help

theoretically u can do that by usin an oscillator n a transformer....but practically i dont think it is feasible...u cant get such a high voltage output with just 12V DC ....
 

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i think it is possible... the only problem is that the output current would be very low.... I've seen transformers with very good ratings enough to do this....
 

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circuit help

The method we have while desiging the oscilator produces only the square wave. Is possible to generate 220v sinewave??
 

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Re: circuit help

From what you ask it sound like you need a 220volt inverter This will give you a 220volt 50hz supply and these can be bought very cheaply now as it is the sort of thing people use to go camping and run tvs and radios etc fro a mains supply.
 

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