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Learn how to build your own inverter to power your house from a simple 12 Volt DC Battery!
Plans are loaded with information!


This is no ordinary Inverter

"You could say we re-invented the inverter. Buy the supplies needed at any local hardware store in your area or on the internet.  Learn the secretes of this amazing device! Simple to understand and construct.  I have never seen anything like it on the market. It's cheap to build and simple in design.”


-Rick Gibson


Connect this Inverter to a 12 vdc battery and get an output of 120 volts ac x 60 Hz

or 220 or 240 v dc or ac output. Hz can be adjustable!

Question: What is an inverter?

Answer:   An inverter is a device that changes a 12 v dc car battery
or deep cycle marine battery into 120 volts ac usable household electricity! You can run your Lights,
TV set, refrigerator, VCR tape player, DVD player, computers, power tools, shavers, etc….



The 12 volts is stepped up to 120 to 125 volts DC,  then the DC is converted into 120 volts AC due to our own invention. You can run light bulbs with 120V DC and run your minor appliances and technology, such as: phones, laptop, tv, fans, etc.


The 120V DC needs to be converted to AC; Which is no problem. You can do it by electronic switching or by using our new mechanical can oil filled canister type commutator design. All you need is a high efficiency electric motor that runs in the milliamps to turn the commutator switching shaft (the oil in the can will keep the commutator from sparking). You can even convert an old DC motor from an auto junk yard, rewire it, and fill it with oil just as well. Adjust the speed of the motor to get the desired 60 Hz. The plans are not step by step like many of our other plans, but this is knowledge that everyone should know in case of an emergency!


These plans are packed with information you may not find any where else!  Free updates are included with the purchase of these plans. See the many new approaches we have discovered in making an easy to build homemade inverter!


Can be used as a modified sign wave or pure sine wave if you allow the DC to be pulsed into a large transformer and choke. By doing it this way you should not need an oil switching commutator canister to turn the DC to AC, the transformer will do that for you. 240 v could be made by using 2- 12 v dc batteries in series / inputting 24 v dc.


These plans do not actually show you how to build a 5000 watt inverter, but start you off by showing you how to build a 100 watt section first.  You then simply build more 100 watt units to stack and multiply the wattage to the desired wattage needed. We feel it is easy to scale these plans up to get 500 watts, 1000 watts or 5000 watt units to run your home.  Another design we have can be stepped up by simply using larger size wire to equal the desired wattage output, etc…



What makes our inverter so unique is the stepping up process, a major invention of ours that seperates it from other inverters. Manufactures make the process very hard and very expensive for anyone to build for themselves. For example: a 4,000 watt pure sine wave 120 volts ac x 60 Hz inverter sells for about $3,000 or more!  But it is possible to build one for yourself for about $200 or less. You can also build smaller wattage inverters using the techniques outlined in these plans. you could build a 500 watt inverter for about $50 or less.


 Build 2 units to run your entire home! Then use a free energy DC generating device to keep your battery bank charged up and your system running smooth (it is best to use a deep cycle marine battery). Marine batteries are also used in solar panel home electrical systems. You can buy these batteries at most superstores, autoshops, or any RV or marine boat supply store..


5000 Watt Inverter

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