invertor


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in·ver·tor

(in-ver'tŏr, -tōr),
A muscle that inverts or causes inversion or turns a part, such as the foot, inward.
[see inversion]

in·ver·tor

(in-vĕr'tŏr)
A muscle that inverts or causes inversion or turns a part, such as the foot, inward.
See: inversion

invertor

(ĭn-vĕr′tor)
A muscle that rotates a part inward.
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It then uses a modulation technique (called Pulse Width Modulation) in another invertor to produce AC current based on desired frequency and voltage.
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Micro inverter will replace the traditional solar invertors due to their compact size and more advanced technology to minimize errors.
The power plant has a total of 322 units of 310-kilowatt solar panels and two 50-kilowatt invertors, which prevent generation and dissemination of 150,000 kg of dioxide carbone annually, the report said.
Zubair Tufail said that demand for electricity is increasing by ten percent annually while supply is not keeping with pace with it which has resulted in use of UPS and invertors which damage electric appliances and cost thirty billion annually which can be saved.
"Solar Test Lab has been established for provision of services to test solar thermal products, batteries and invertors etc.
Everyone cannot afford to purchase invertors and generators, so the Chinese lights and torches available in varied varieties are in enormous demand due to their cheap rates.