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inverter simulation circuit needed

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hi everyone.i want simulation for 12V dc to 220V ac 50 or 60hz square wave inverter simulation in proteus using sg3525 or cd4047 ic.
 

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A squarewave inverter is a simple piece of garbage. Most cheap inverters have a modified sinewave (actually a modified squarewave) output.
I found a brand new inverter thrown away still in its unopened package. I took it to the store for a refund and was given only $9.99 because it has a squarewave output which will not power many modern products.

Why bother simulating a simple inverter whose output voltage might not be regulated? School homework?
 

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yes you are absolutely right.pure sine wave is the best and modified operates most of the devices.but my project requires dc to ac inversion which is a minor and small part of the project.and i need that poor square wave inverter simulation to use in my project which is extensive and i need that square wave inverter part to simulate.
 

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Your simulation software will just be guessing about the details of your transformer so it will be very different to a real circuit.
 

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no prob sir,i just want 12v to 220v AC may it be noisy or anytype.i just need simulation of it.
 

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