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  1. Federico

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    Hi guys! Can you help me? I want to build a AC circuit starting by battery!
     
  2. cl10Greg

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    You can search DC/AC inverter and it should give you some examples. You can do a modified sine wave (which can't run heavy loads or all AC loads) which uses a bridge a transistors to mimic a sine waves or there are some other options that will involve an oscillator and transformer to produce the AC waveform. Keep in mind what the power requirements are such as the voltage, current draw, etc... as well as an protection circuits.
     
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  3. Federico

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    Thanks! I don't want to use inverter and i can't use an oscillator but I must build a circuit that does it!
    So, have you a picture that explains the circuit?
     
  4. (*steve*)

    (*steve*) ¡sǝpodᴉʇuɐ ǝɥʇ ɹɐǝɥd Moderator

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    Your question is very non-specific.

    The generic answer would be for you to google "oscillator schematic", however if you can tell us what you want to do with this we may be able to give more specific help.
     
  5. davenn

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    you have to use an oscillator, its the only way to get AC from DC
    Do you understand that a AC signal/voltage is an oscillating one ? ..... seems like you don't

    Dave
     
  6. Federico

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    I want build an oscillator starting by battery... ;-)
     
  7. (*steve*)

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    Google "oscillator schematic"
     
  8. BobK

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    What frequency? What waveform? What voltage? What current?

    Bob
     
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