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  1. capacitor

    capacitor

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    does anyone know any simple DC to AC converter curcuits
     
  2. duke37

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    What voltage and power do you want?
    There are many circuits and chips depending on the application.
     
  3. capacitor

    capacitor

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    about from 5 to 9 volts
     
  4. Harald Kapp

    Harald Kapp Moderator Moderator

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    The voltage alone does not give the power. What amperage? Or power in Watts.
    What frequency do you want? What waveform is required (sinusoidal, or can a rectangular waveform do)? Is isolation required?
     
  5. capacitor

    capacitor

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    can you get a tunable waveform if not ill use square wave and for the amps about as much as a nine volt battery is
     
  6. CocaCola

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    A nine volt battery does not specify amperage, a battery will supply amperage until it pukes and the internal resistance kicks in, that is a pretty significant amount but only for a very short period...

    Typical drain of a 9V battery is only 10-20mA

    If your current requirements are that low, I would just use a simple 555 timer circuit and pulsed DC if that works for your application...
     
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