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A power inverter is a device that converts direct current to alternating current.
Inverter may also refer to
- Inverter (logic gate) or NOT gate, a device that performs a logical operation
- Inverter air conditioner, a type of air conditioner that uses a power inverter to vary the speed of the compressor motor to continuously regulate temperature
- Impedance inverter, a device that produces the mathematical inverse of an electrical impedance—see Quarter-wave impedance transformer
- Inverse (disambiguation)
- Inversion (disambiguation)
- HVDC converter station - A device that converts AC power to and from high voltage DC
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