Pulse Width Modulated Wave Inverter – Definition, Glossary, Details – Solar Mangoadmin
Pulse Width Modulation or PWM technology is used in Inverters to give a steady output voltage of 230 or 110 V AC irrespective of the load. The Inverters based on the PWM technology are superior to conventional inverters (sine, square wave inverters). The use of MOSFETs in the output stage and the PWM technology makes these inverters ideal for all types of loads. In addition to the pulse width modulation, the PWM Inverters have additional circuits for protection and voltage control.