Power inverter na ganito ang set-up, Pwede po ba ?

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Power inverter na ganito ang set-up, Pwede po ba ?

Post by PIEZO on Sat Aug 28, 2010 3:10 pm

Posted by sUiLuJ on May 8, 2010 at 12:14pm

ask lng po mkaka-save b tau kung gumamit tau ng power inverter.
tulad n2 110v convert to 12v tpos 12v invert to 220v??



posible b n gumana ito??

car battery png supply sa power inverter at ang power inverter
png supply sa charger at ang charger i chacharge ung battery at balik n naman...

prang ganito


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Re: Power inverter na ganito ang set-up, Pwede po ba ?

Post by PIEZO on Sat Aug 28, 2010 3:44 pm

Reply by P-I-C on May 8, 2010 at 9:49pm
nako nag aaksaya ka lang ng supply sa batterya, mas napapadali ang pag drain nito. kong baga mas marami ang kuryenteng nababawas kaysa sa nadadagdag rito

Reply by ultrasonicâ„¢ on May 12, 2010 at 9:45am
super agreed aku ky P-I-C

@sUiLuJ you against the law of conservation of energy. mas marami ang energy losses rather than sa energy na se-save mu
parang ganito na rin yan.. halimbawa kahit without a load hndi fast charger ang charger circuit mu, ibig sabihin mabagal ang charging process, hndi enough ang current to maintain ang 100% returning back sa battery mu.. mg-bases analyzes kau or olwayz remeber hndi infinite ang current lifespan source mu dahil sa batterya kau kumukuha ng supply, ibig sabihin mauubos din ang kuryente nya... maliban nlng kng meron pa kaung other source of energy...

kng fast charger nmn ang gagamitin mu.. gnanun pa rin ang scenario.. mas pinabibilis mu pa inuubos ang energy ng batterya mu dahil nag-eexert xa ng maraming kuryente.. olwayz think abwt it pano nlng kaya kng meron ng LOAD ? heavy load.. gaya ng mga heating appliances tatagal kaya xa ? jan mu mkikita na hndi pwede ang ganitong circuit application, hope na getz nyu ang point namin (^_^),V,,

Reply by Volter on May 18, 2010 at 8:16pm
sir ultra para mas madali niyang maintindihan. ihambing na lang natin sa isang bagay halimbawa may dalawang timba, ang isa ay puno ng tubig, ang isang timba naman ay walang laman. pareho sila ng sukat pag-puno na (water volume capacity).
ngayon ang gagawin natin ay ililipat natin ang lahat ng tubig na galing sa punong timba sa walang laman na timba na gamit ang tabo. mag-iigib ka ng tubig sa punong timba dahil puno ang laman, simpre aakyat ang tubig may maa-aksaya. iyon ang tinatawag o maihahambing natin na energy losses . isali na din natin ang mga pumapatak na tubig sa paglalakad mo, kong ilang bises tayo mag-iigib mas marami ang naa-aksayang tubig. kong matatapos man ang paglilipat ng tubig hindi na pareho ang dami ng tubig na maililipat. tapos ibalik mo na naman ang tubig sa dating niyang lalagyan. may maaaksaya na namang tubig hanggang sa liliit ng liit ang dami ng tubig, sana po'y naintindihan ninyo ang punto ko

Reply by mayalin143 on May 20, 2010 at 10:48pm
@sUiLuJ hiNdi LaNg "LaW ConSerVAtiOn oF EnErGy" ang AgAinsT diYan

kAsALi nA diYan Ang FirSt Law Ng TherModynamiCs

Energy can neither be created nor destroyed. It can only change forms.
In any process in an isolated system, the total energy remains the same.
For a thermodynamic cycle the net heat supplied to the system equals the net work done by the system.


The First Law states that energy cannot be created or destroyed; rather, the amount of energy lost in a steady state process cannot be greater than the amount of energy gained. This is the statement of conservation of energy for a thermodynamic system. It refers to the two ways that a closed system transfers energy to and from its surroundings – by the process of heat transfer and the process of mechanical work. The rate of gain or loss in the stored energy of a system is determined by the rates of these two processes. In open systems, the flow of matter is another energy transfer mechanism, and extra terms must be included in the expression of the first law.

Reply by hertz on May 21, 2010 at 5:32pm
ang galing ng banat ni princess
@sUiLuJ tama ang kommento nila sir ultra nag-aaksaya lang kayo ng energy
mas maganda pa kong wala na lang kayong charger na ikakabit dahil mas dadami pa ang energy losses
kong nagtataka kayo kong ano iyong energy losses, yan ang naaaksaya while may transmission of energy nangyayari going to another devices niyo, energy losses din ang tawag sa (form of HEAT) gaya ng init na nanggagaling sa transformer, semiconductor, induction at iba pa. dahil nag-e exert ito na maraming energy.


Reply by Piezo on May 22, 2010 at 9:35am
NOT ONLY THE LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS ARE AGAINST WITH THIS CIRCUIT DESIGN.

NEWTON'S LAW OF MOTION ARE INCLUDED

FIRST LAW:
AN OBJECT AT REST TENDS TO STAY AT REST, OR IF IT IS IN MOTION TENDS TO STAY IN MOTION WITH THE SAME SPEED AND IN THE SAME DIRECTION UNLESS ACTED UPON BY A SUM OF PHYSICAL FORCES.

SECOND LAW:
A BODY WILL ACCELERATE WITH ACCELERATION PROPORTIONAL TO THE FORCE AND INVERSELY PROPORTIONAL TO THE MASS.

THIRD LAW:
EVERY ACTION HAS A REACTION EQUAL IN MAGNITUDE AND OPPOSITE IN DIRECTION.

Reply by MCU on July 5, 2010 at 3:28pm
@all kahit walang load ay may losses na. tandaan niyo yan.

para mas madaling maintindihan ng TS visualize natin,
gawa tayo ng examples delay natin ang oras kong ano ang mangyayari
set besides muna ang current, lets focus on the voltage rating at ng charging process






kong tutuusin may voltage drop na nangyayari. hindi kaya ng CHARGER punuin ng karga agad ang batterya. kaya mas marami ang naaaksaya kaysa sa naiipon.
sa current naman niya ay ganun din unti unting pumapalya ito hanggang sa mauubos gaya ng sa voltahe

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