Hi, could someone confirm whether I am right in thinking that for a PWM inverter, the input sine voltage is converted to DC using a bridge rectifier? Does this DC voltage then have a value which is the same as the PEAK value of the sine input? Is the DC voltage then 'chopped' using IGBT's to produce a new 'sine' wave, which is then compared with a triangle wave to get the PWM output??(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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