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static voltgae stabilizer

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sahu

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i have idea---its may posibal ? hige efficiency AC-AC PWM hige speed voltgae regulation. no wavefrom distortion. just like mains AC wavefrom ( pure sine wave ). PL HELP ME ANY BODY .......
 

Sceadwian

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Can you clarify your idea a little better? AC-AC PWM high speed votlage regulation doesn't make much sense, if you need AC-AC voltage regulation use a transformer and be done with it. Aside from a sine wave what are your input and output requirements?
 

dknguyen

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YOur question doesn't make much sense. THe only time you need PWM in AC voltage regulation is when you want to make a variable frequency AC power supply which is complete overkill if all you want to do is stabilize and filter the wall voltage.

If you just want to filter the line voltage of noise, then you just use an L-C circuit.
 
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sahu

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Can you clarify your idea a little better? AC-AC PWM high speed votlage regulation doesn't make much sense, if you need AC-AC voltage regulation use a transformer and be done with it. Aside from a sine wave what are your input and output requirements?

it is static voltge stb.its o\p just like CVT .cvt is costly & bulcy. svs is economicaly & light whet.
 

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