100Watt Inverter Circuit
Inverter circuits are among the easiest circuits to build for newbies.
Here is the circuit diagram of a simple 100-watt inverter using IC CD4047 and MOSFET IRF540. The circuit is simple low cost and can be even assembled on a veroboard.
- Battery – 12V, 7Ah
- IC – CD4047 – 1 nos
- MOSFET IRF540 – 2 nos
- Resistor – 330 ohm – 1nos
- Resistor – 1k ohm – 2 nos
- Resistor – 220 ohm – 2 nos
- Resistor – 390k ohm – 1 nos
- Diode – 1N4007 – 1 nos
- Switch – 1 nos
- Capacitor – 2200uF/25V – 1 nos
- Capacitor – 0.01uF – 1nos
- Capacitor – 0.1uF
- Transformer – 150VA – 1 nos
CD 4047 is a low power CMOS astable/monostable multivibrator IC. Here it is wired as an astable multivibrator producing two pulse trains of 0.01s which are 180 degrees out of phase at the pins 10 and 11 of the IC. Pin 10 is connected to the gate of Q1 and pin 11 is connected to the gate of Q2. Resistors R3 and R4 prevents the loading of the IC by the respective MOSFETs. When pin 10 is high Q1 conducts and current flows through the upper half of the transformer primary which accounts for the positive half of the output AC voltage. When pin 11 is high Q2 conducts and current flows through the lower half of the transformer primary in opposite direction and it accounts for the negative half of the output AC voltage.
- B1 can be a 12V/ 6Ah lead-acid battery.
- Q1 and Q2 must be fitted to a proper heat sink.
- T1 can be a 9-0-9 V primary, 230V secondary, 150VA transformer.
- Do not expect much from this circuit. The is a very simple one suitable for low-grade applications.
Also feel free to check another 100W inverter circuit created by us – http://www.circuitstoday.com/simple-100w-inverter-circuit