Make a 6kW OzInverter.

Making a Low cost, simple and robust 6kW, 50HZ Pure Sine Wave, 48vdc to 230vac, INVERTER.

Those folk that have followed ‘Oztules’, wonderful endeavours will understand that for posterity and easy reference, and for my boys, I have put together a Book that gives the technical, describes and shows (lots of colour photos), the OzInverters I built and now run.

There is no money in this book publication, we are not a commercial organization, we just want our costs and P+P, but it’s good to finally see all that Information is in one place, in a Book.

March 2016, the original Power & Control board from the Chinese manufacturer PJ, (PowerJack) became difficult to obtain, along with questionable QC and some poor manufacturing. A New Power board was created to match the OzControl board that uses the 8010 chip.

Extra time was taken on the design and construction of the PCB’s, so to ensure that all components and parts of the New OzInverter were easily obtainable.

Looking good.. now with just off the shelf components, we can finally make a real inverter.. that is easy to fix as well. utopia indeed for remote living I don't think any other unit on the market can say that.... usually you have to replace propriety boards... if you can get them. . ‘oztules.’

The Book. ISBN 9780993590306.                  A4 Size, 76 printed pages, 151 colour photographs, 14 diagrams.

And a PCB Making Supplement containing:-

A4 size, 4 pages colour photographs and details of the PCB boards, and construction tips.

7off A4 size, loose leaf….. The 6-15kW Power Board, individual sheets of A4 PCB construction Masks/patterns, at real 1 to 1 size.

1off sheet of A4….. The OzControl Board, with all three PCB construction Masks/patterns, at real 1 to 1 size.

2off A4 size, ‘The Power Board Component List’ and suppliers where appropriate. ‘The OzControl Board Component List’ and suppliers where appropriate, and the OzCooling Board Masks and componets List.

What’s in the Book ?

Everything, explaining & showing …. From the Core, winding the toroid, to the PCB’s and all the other necessary components to give you a Real Working 6kW OzInverter.

Making a 6kW OzInverter

£ 37 

 The Book. ISBN 9780993590306.


A4 Size, 76 printed pages, 151 colour photographs, 14 diagrams. And a PCB Making Supplement containing 10 sheets of A4, etch masks for making the 3 PCB's, lists of parts and PCB construction tips.



Price includes Postage & Packing, (please see below amendments).


Making a 6kW OzInverter

£ 80 

The Book. ISBN 9780993590306.

A4 Size, 76 printed pages, 151 colour photographs, 14 diagrams, and a PCB Making Supplement containing 10 sheets of A4 etch masks for making the 3 PCB's, lists of parts and PCB construction tips.

And Also the 3 required commercially manufactured bare PCB’s, Power Board, OzControl Board, & OzCooling Board. 

  (please note there may be a delay of 14 days from order for stocking the PCB’s ).

Price includes Postage & Packing, (please see below amendments). 

OzInverter Updates/Notes.

Jan 2018, slight Price increase to cover the standard postal rate of $22 for most normal postage places in the World. If I have a problem in sending to your location, I will contact you by your email address.

If you wish to purchase more than one set of PCB's , please contact me on the World wide RE Forums. ClockmanFr

I am also rewriting the OzInverter book over this winter and will implement all the latest information, especially intergrating the 15 page supplement about the PCB boards, copper masks etc.    And a mention of the 60HZ, (pin18 to +5v) and the split secondary for 120vac for North America , and if enough demand, a new NthAmerica  OzControl board for the 60HZ..

In the future I might explain to my young teenager boys what’s what, and produce a kit of parts. Manufacturing them myself for resale in this day and age, and this present Western culture is a NO NO,  just far too many blasted hoops to jump through.

I say,  ………. keep it 'Simple', make it 'Robust', and importantly keep it 'Cost Effective'.

Thank you for your support with this OzInverter Project, and I trust it helps you!

For more information please see the OzInverter  pages and update page.