1.5v to 220v AC simple inverter

1.5v DC to 220V AC inverter circuit with Mobile charger transformer

1.5v to 220v inverterIn this Project 1.5v dc to 220v AC we are going to make a very simple low power inverter.  We have used some components to make this project. Even this project can be make with scrap components present at your own home. Inverter circuit is used to convert the DC current to AC current. You can make this project with out any hesitation but it is an experiment circuit it can be used as commercial use .

There are two types of inverters

  1. True/pure sine wave inverters
  2. quasi or modified inverters.

Pure sine wave inverters are costly  while modified or quasi inverters are less expensive.
Modified/quasi inverters produce  square wave and these are not used to power pure equipments. Modified square wave inverters uses transistors and transformers to produce AC current from DC current.

In this project we have made very simple inverter that can b used to glow the AC LEDs bulb of 1 watt however its power can be increased if you rewind the transformer yourself.

Components

  1. Transformer form mobile Charger
  2. A transistor from old CFL circuit (13003/13005 or any other NPN transistor)

Transformer Points

1.5v to 220v inverter

The points which have maximum resistance will take for output and other points can be used as input points according to the circuit diagram.

Transistor 

You can use any NPN transistor and we have used D13003 NPN transistor in this circuit.

points of D13003 Transistor points are shown in the diagram given.

 

1.5v to 220v inverter

circuit diagram is presented there you can use it with 1w led bulb only

Final Project of 1.5 to 220v AC

1.5v to 220v inverter

1.5v to 220v inverter

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  3. Dear Sir,
    Thanks for the project.
    I have one question. From where can I buy the transformer ?

    Thanks and regards,
    Paul

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