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Output Voltage of inverter

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Mohammad Zubair

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I am using this circuit. As DC bus I am applying currently 30V and at output I am able to achieve a sine wave by further employing a filter Circuit

In theory what should be the peak output voltage of the sine wave???? Shouldn't it be +30V

I am getting a peak of +12.5V and 25V p-p.
 

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Hi

What is the output that you consider? the point between the 2 FETs?

Why do you use a hi-lo driver as inverter?

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I am using this circuit. As DC bus I am applying currently 30V and at output I am able to achieve a sine wave by further employing a filter Circuit

In theory what should be the peak output voltage of the sine wave???? Shouldn't it be +30V

I am getting a peak of +12.5V and 25V p-p.
Hi
Who told that out put voltage must be as VDC ? it can be that ( approx ) but it depends on the modulation ratio ( if that is a PWM based inverter )
Best Wishes
Goldsmith
 

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