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PrathikP
modified 3 years ago

Pure Sine Wave Inverter

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A pure sine wave is obtained by using the SPWM technique. In this control technique, 2 triangle waves of a high frequency (2kHz in this case, but it's usually higher) are modulated with a 50Hz sine wave to obtain a PWM signal whose pulse width varies sinusoidally. The SPWM signals are fed to MOSFETs that switch power to a center tapped transformer. On the secondary, a sine wave is obtained by filtering the SPWM signal using a 50Hz bandpass filter and a 2kHz harmonic trap filter.
published 3 years ago
tooshy
2 years ago
With a tiny amount more filtering we have: https://everycircuit.com/circuit/4534845144039424

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