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Method and device for producing an electric heating current, particularly for inductive heating of a workpiece

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #RE41796.

A heating current used to inductively heat a metallic or magnetic work-piece is generated by an inverter supplied by a supply voltage. The inverter includes four switching elements arranged in an H-bridge circuit having two parallel longitudinal branches and a transverse branch. The switches are controlled so the heating current flows through the transverse branch. The diagonally opposed switching elements are switched from a conductive to a non-conductive state in a temporally staggered manner.

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