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can you tell me all of the equations to find AC frequency? also, what is AC voltage? is it somehow linked to frequency?
thebluser said:can you tell me all of the equations to find AC frequency? also, what is AC voltage? is it somehow linked to frequency?
thebluser said:no, no it didn't.
thebluser said:my question is if AC voltage is somehow linked to AC frequency
To convert DC to AC, you will need to use an electronic device called an inverter. An inverter works by converting the DC power source into an AC power source, allowing you to use devices that require AC power.
The main difference between AC and DC frequency is that AC frequency is constantly changing, while DC frequency remains constant. AC frequency refers to the number of cycles per second that the current alternates direction, while DC frequency refers to the number of times per second that the current remains in the same direction.
To measure the frequency of an AC current, you can use a device called an oscilloscope. An oscilloscope measures the voltage and time of an AC signal and displays it as a waveform. By counting the number of cycles within a certain time frame, you can determine the frequency of the AC current.
No, it is not possible to directly convert AC frequency to DC. However, you can use a device called a rectifier to convert AC current to pulsating DC current. The pulsating DC current can then be smoothed out using a capacitor to produce a more constant DC current.
Yes, the frequency of an AC current can be changed using a device called a frequency converter. A frequency converter works by converting the AC current to DC and then back to AC at a different frequency. This is often used in industrial settings to match the frequency of different power sources.