quasi-square-wave static inverter

quasi-square-wave static inverter

[¦kwä·zē ′skwer ‚wāv ′stad·ik in′vərd·ər]
(electricity)
A static inverter that generates two square waves superimposed on one another to approximate an ac sine wave, using a silicon-controlled rectifier bridge and control circuit to control the pulse width and amplitude of the resulting wave, thereby achieving regulation.
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