inverters- recifiers and inverters, Electrical Engineering


Inverter is a device which  converts dc power into ac  power at desired output voltage and frequency. Inverters are used in  uninterruptible power  supply  hvdc  transmission  induction  heating variable  speed ac motor drives etc.

Inverters are classified as follows:

Voltage source inverter( VSI)

Current source  inverter (CSI)

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