Which apparatus changes a direct current to alternating current?
An inverter or a motor-generator set.
A device that converts alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC) is known as a rectifier.
In Spanish, a direct current is called "corriente continua" - continuous current. A direct (or continuous) current flows continuously in a single direction. An alternating current changes direction all the time.
No, that's Alternating Current.
The difference between direct current and alternating current is that DC current does not reverse polarity but alternating current changes polarity back and forth so many times per second. That is called its frequency.
A rectifier ( usually diode) can do it
A rectifier diode.
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Alternating current changes direction on a set frequency such as 50 Hz, 60 Hz or 400 Hz. Direct current always flows in one direction.
An inverter is used to change DC current to AC current.
An inverter changes direct current (maybe from a battery) to alternating current
A vibrator is to be used to conver dc into ac.
Direct current and Alternating both are diffrent . Alternating current changes it's cycle 50 times in both direction in one second while the direct current doesn't change it's phase or frequecncy because it is free from frequency or frequency less(direct current).
Direct current is constant - always in the same direction. Alternating current regularly changes direction; for example, in household current, 50 or 60 times (that is, full cycles) in every second. See the Related Link below for more information about the difference between alternating current and direct current.
A rectifier changes AC to DC.
"Direct current" refers to a current that flows only in one direction - as opposed to "alternating current" which constantly changes direction, usually several times a second.
Alternating current. Direct current is used in batteries.
A direct current flows in one direction only. An alternating current changes direction all the time; for commercially available current, a full cycle typically takes 1/50 or 1/60 of a second.
An inverter. On a smaller scale, an oscillator also converts DC to AC.
DC stands for "direct current", AC for "alternating current". A direct current flows in a single direction; an alternating current changes its direction all the time, typicall 100 or 120 times a second (twice the frequency, which is measured in hertz).
alternating current over direct current
Alternating current is better than direct current for transmission.
Direct Current:''Direct current never change their position'' e.g if you connect a bulb using the same current then it will glow continously. Alternating Current:''Alternating current change their position (polarity) continously'' e.g if you connect a bulb using the alternating current then during changing of there polarity, it (bulb) will goes to off position, this ON/OFF system of bulb is much faster that our eyes can't detect these changes (60 HZ=sixty time ON/OFF).
Direct current: the current in a battery or dry cell. Alternating current: the current from the outlet in your home.
Direct Current. His opponent, Nikolas Testa, wanted Alternating Current.
That refers to AC (alternating current). A direct current flows only in one direction; an alternating current changes its direction all the time. The "frequency" refers to how often the current changes direction. It is expressed in hertz (Hz), which means the same as cycles/second.
The process of converting direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC) is called inversion.
Direct Current, sometimes abbreviated DC. When the current periodically changes direction, that's Alternating Current (AC)
Wireless signals are alternating current.
Current flow direction is not dependent on whether or not it's in a series or parallel circuit. Current directional flow is solely determined by the power source. For businesses and residential power, utilities use various forms of alternating current. For example, the United States utilizes alternating current that changes directional flow 60 times per second. Some parts of Europe use alternating current that changes direction 50 times per second. Many electronic devices use a direct… Read More
Nonelectric rectifying apparatus used to convert alternating current to direct current accounted for about 50 percent of industry output. Nonelectric capacitor equipment made up about 12 percent of revenues.
The type of diode used to convert alternating current in to direct current is the power diode.
direct came first
alternating current and direct current
Yes battery deliver a direct current not a alternating current because battery has limited amount of energy and to create a electric pressure acrross the circuit it gives out a direct current. Therefore alternating current varie from 0v - 240v and it keeps on varying.
A car is run on dc (direct) current
All electricity that is brought to your home is Alternating current
The electric current from a generating plant is an alternating current supply.
Depending on the type of current which are direct current and alternating current,direct current travels in one direction while alternating current travels in a varying direction to the flow of current
A battery supplies direct current (DC).
Direct current and alternating current
DC or Direct Current. The current is no alternating.
it is rectified
With an inverter
It can be either.