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voltage drop on inverter

qwertyqwq

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Salut.

Can anyone tell me why voltage drop happens output of the inverter by loading? In this case how to reduce voltage drop ?
I have searched on internet and couldnt find my answer.

Thanks.Qwerty.
 

Nigel Goodwin

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Because of the internal impedance of the inverter, just as a battery has internal impedance.

Depending on how good an inverter it is, it 'may' have feedback to adjust itself under load.
 

crutschow

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What is the "inverter"?
 

Nigel Goodwin

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As we don't even know what you have, or how you've built it, then we're not very likely to be able to help - although it sounds from the other thread like you may not be using a suitable transformer?.
 

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