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i am working on an 110W inverter (Dc to AC) project that the input voltages varies from 700Vdc-1000Vdc and the output voltage is 220Vac.

The system operates, however i have problem with output choke. The output choke temperature increases instantly even in no load operation. My operation freq is: 12,5kHz

output C=3uF

I think the inductor value that i put in system is not correct. So if you know any calculation method or you have any suggestion according to this issue Please help me to solve out this problem.

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# Dc to AC inverter inductor calculation

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