Inverter Circuits


Simple Toggle Touch Switch Using Two Inverter Gates

We can make a simple touch switch using only two inverter gates, two resistors, and two capacitors. The schematic diagram of the circuit is shown in the figure below. At power up, the output (of U1A) will be high, and the inverting output will be low because U1A gate will be triggered to ground level […]


12V Power Inverter Using 555

This 12V power inverter circuit can be used to power small power devices that need a 240 volts. It is very useful when you want to use a 240 volts consumer powered by a 12 volts car battery .In contrast to the usual feedback oscillator type of inverter, the oscillator of this inverter use a […]


Voltage Inverter Using Switch-Mode Regulator

This circuit uses a step-up switch-mode regulator, which is usually used to produce a positive supply, to generate a regulated negative output voltage. The device used here is the MIC4680 from Micrel (http://www.micrel.com), but the idea would of course work with similar regulators from other manufacturers. Because of coil L1, which performs the voltage conversion […]


12V Flourescent Lamp Inverter

Fluorescent tubes use far less energy than incandescent lamps and fluorescent tubes last a great deal longer as well. Other advantages are diffuse, glare-free lighting and low heat output. For these reasons, fluorescent lighting is the natural choice in commercial and retail buildings, workshops and factories. For battery-powered lighting, fluorescent lights are also the first […]


Discrete Voltage Inverter

The circuit in the diagram enables a negative voltage to be derived without the use of integrated circuits. Instead, it uses five n-p-n transistors that are driven by a 1 kHz (approx) TTL clock. When the clock input is high, transistors T1 and T2 link capacitor C1 to the supply voltage, UIN, which typically is […]


1800V Stun Gun Circuit

This stun gun is powered by a 9V battery. The transformer steps up the voltage to about 1800V (but with very low current). A 555 timer IC is used to generate a high-frequency output. A 1 MEG variable resistor can also be used at the output to drop the voltage, but this is optional. If […]


100W Inverter 12VDC to 220VAC Circuit

The following diagram is an 100W inverter circuit. It uses 4047 IC and IRF540 Mosfet instead of 2N3055 transistor. Power output is 100W from 2-3A transformer. 12V DC to 220V 100W Inverter with 4047 IC & IRF540


100 Watt Inverter 12VDC to 220VAC with Mosfet

This is another 100 watt inverter circuit diagram. Built based on IC CD4047 and Mosfet IRF540, this inverter have ability to supply electronic device -which require 220VAC-  up to 100w from 2-3A transformer from 12V lead acid battery. In the circuit diagram we can observe that 12V battery is connecter to the diode LED and […]


12V Fluorescent Light Inverter

This is a low voltage 12V fluorescent inverter for powering two 20W or single 40W fluorescent tube. It’s a circuit you can put together from junk box components and is a very simple to build. The transformer is hand-wound on a ferrite rod from an old transistor radio and the winding wire can be salvaged […]


500W Modified Sine Wave Inverter

Here is a simple but powerful, stable and efficient schematic diagram for a 500W modified sine wave inverter circuit. Originally I used a 555 timer and a CD4017 decade counter to produce the modified sine wave, but then I thought a simple PIC micro controller with its internal clock would produce a stable 50Hz/60Hz frequency […]