Split-Phase Inverter

A split-phase inverter is a type of power inverter designed to generate two synchronized alternating current (AC) outputs with a 180-degree phase shift between them. In a typical split-phase system, the voltage across the two AC outputs is 120 volts each, with a total voltage of 240 volts between them. This configuration is commonly used in North America for residential and small commercial applications.

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