A Direct Current to Alternating Current inverter circuit generates a sinusoidal flow of charged electronics at a designated frequency to power electronics. This type of circuit is often use to convert power transmission methods to connect AC devices to DC power sources.
DC to AC inverters operate by switching a direct current electron flow through an inductive coil located closely to a second inductive coil. Energy is transmitted electromagnetically between the coils to produce a current flow. The size of each coil is designed to meet the required frequency and voltage range. Electromagnetic energy transfer is not entirely efficient; therefore, inverters are inefficient.