Electricity was not able to separate us from everyday life. Even when we camped in the field, the need for electricity continues to be felt.Thankfully now available with the new technology, namely inverter generator.
As we know the generator converts mechanical energy electricity thanks to a phenomenon called electromagnetic induction. The voltage will be generated by the movement of a conductor, usually coil wire, inside magnetic casing.
Generator always need input mechanical energy to rotate the coil wire. Mechanical energy is used by the generator usually comes from an internal combustion engine running on gasoline. For conventional generators, in addition to using the gasoline engine can also use diesel or gas engine.
The main difference between a conventional generator and inverter generator is the rotational speed of the machine. In conventional generators spinning machine at high speeds, while the engine in inverter generator rotates at a lower speed. This is possible because the in inverter generator , the resulting voltage of the inverter generator is not directly from the generator. Picture below depicted an inverter generator (http://upload.ecvv.com)
In conventional generators, each the engine produces a sine wave AC power. For electricity to produces a standard 120-volt, 60-Hz regular electricity we use, the machine should be run at a constant speed 3600
rpm, regardless of the load. inverter generator is designed to produce more AC electrical energy per spin machine but not in a form that can be used directly; raw power must first be transformed into DC power. an electronic inverter module then converts DC power back to the standard 120-volt, 60-Hz AC power. this advantage is Approach is that the machine only needs to run at the speed required to match load and therefore quieter