Inverter Circuit for 40W Fluorescent Lamp

Inverter circuit for 40W fluorescent lamp
This is the schematic diagram of inverter circuit for 40W fluorescent light, this is great circuit for emergency lamp. This inverter allows you to power up 40W fluorescent tubes from any 12V source capable of delivering 3A. The circuit is very simple, inexpensive and easy...
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Inverter for 8W Fluorescent Lamp

8W Fluorescent Lamp Inverter
This is the circuit diagram of inverter for 8W fluorescent lamp. The circuit is build based ZTX652 transistor, and used to drive an 8W fluorescent lamp from a 12V source. The inverter will work from 10V to 16.5V DC supply, attaining efficiencies up to 78%...
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4W/12V Fluorescent Lamp Driver

Fluorescent Lamp Driver
Basically, this 4W/12V fluorescent lamp driver circuit is a small inverter circuit with very small power output that is about 3-5W. This circuit can be used to power up a 4W fluorescent lamp from 12V battery. It uses a normal 120 to 6V stepdown transformer...
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Inverter Circuit for Florescent Lamps

Inverter for florescent lamps
Here the very simple inverter circuit for florescent lamps. This inverter is absolutely very easy to construct, well-performing, and also strong enough to power up a 15W florescent tube (when you cool the transistor properly). The only hard-to-find component of this circuit may be the...
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Simple Inverter for Soldering Iron

Simple Inverter for Soldering Iron
Simple Inverter for Soldering Iron. Right here is a very simple but low-cost inverter for making use of a small power soldering iron (25W, 35W, and so on) in the absence of mains supply. It requires eight transistors along with a number of resistors and...
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Simple Inverter 100W with FET IRF540

Simple Inverter Circuit 100W with FET IRF540
This is the simple inverter 100W which use CD4047 CMOS IC as signal generator and MOSFET transistor IRF540 as signal amplifier. Field Effect Transistor (FET) is better than ordinary transistor in both stability and responsibility. You’ll need a 2-3A center tapped transformer to deliver 100W...
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