New Book, Making a 6kW OzInverter

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Joined: 08/05/2019
Location: Brazil
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Posted: 02:15pm 01 Jun 2019      

  LadyN said   arthur8,

my personal opinion is that no one has concerns about your intentions or integrity - everyone here does this on their spare time and things can take time to get back to you over PM etc.

That said, if this is your first inverter project, may I suggest building the Warpverter?

Since it looks like you are able to source the transformers easily, the Warpverter might be easier and more robust for you to build.

Clockmanfr, I understand that you are concerned about mailing books to a location where the Post Office does not recognize the your tracking numbers - would you consider emailing him a PDF of the book instead if he paid you as if you sent him a printed copy?

It looks like arthur8 is happy to send you the funds over a non-refundable channel of your choosing and all he needs is evidence of a transaction for his bookkeeping purposes.

Hi LadyN. Thanks for your help.

Actually, i have all the parts needed for a ozinverter. At the least, i have the parts to make at least 4 ozinverters with 8 mosfets on each H bridge.

But i've searched about the "Warpverter" and didn't found so much info on it. I love robust circuits, and since my home have a very big energy consumption because of compressors i have on central air conditioning units, etc, i would really love to have something that will give me 15kW peaks happily.

Could you please guide me to find the warpverter project topic? Or there isn't a topic yet?

Very thanks for you kindness, buddy. You guys can be sure i will help others on this forum, like i'm being helped here.Edited by arthur8 2019-06-03