dc-to-ac converter

dc-to-ac converter

[¦dē‚sē tü ¦ā‚sē kən′vərd·ər]
(electricity)
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The DC-to-AC converter is the most complex stage, and there are numerous power-processing topologies presently in production.
DC-to-AC converter topologies fall into three groups: hard-switched, soft-switched, and resonant.
The device's CCFL driving circuit includes a self-oscillating DC-to-AC converter, known as a Royer circuit, which minimizes EMI compared to other control methods.