Low Budget Inverter Making at Home

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Low Budget Inverter Making at Home: Nowadays most people opt to work from home and a steady power supply is always a concern for all. Sudden power failures are a regular activity and One of the biggest requirements of having a fully functional work-from-home day is having uninterrupted power. The best possible resolution is buying a reliable power backup system in your home. But, the cost for investors is always high based on the capacity.

 

It’s inaccessibly expensive for middle and lower-class people to purchase invertors. The below video shows to make a budgeted invertor. You don’t need more than a 3000 rupee to make it happen. The inverter is an electrical power device that is simply used to convert DC to AC along with changes in voltage in simpler words.

A storage battery in it allows carrying out the function of absorbing and releasing DC and it is converted to AC and is powered out through an inverter.

You must be careful and should take the assistance of an electrician if you are not used to electrical works. You need a second-hand battery or else use an old battery of vehicles, a low-cost inverter (2000-2500), two 3-pin sockets to make this simple 250-watt inverter.

As the video follows, you can see 3 connectors back side of the invertor. There are 3 connector wires- red for the main phase, black for Neutral Purpose, and green for out ie distribution line. Now you need to connect the neutral and phase using 3-pin sockets.

Neutral wire connections are common for both 3-pin socket wires. Use red for phase connections (IN) and also green wire for phase (OUT).

Just below there are another 2 colored wires going towards the battery connection. Black is negative and red wire is positive. Just connect the wires to the negative and positive terminals of the battery respectively.

Now, towards the front side of the battery, where you can see a power button for the On and Off purpose of the battery. 4 indicator lights are showing main On, charger on, invertor on, over loaded on ( above 250 watts). The invertor is ready to be used and you can plug in the device in the invertor point.


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