In this article, a seven-level inverter powered by solar has been proposed to achieve a sinusoidal output voltage with high efficiency and enhanced power quality. This system consists of active inverter and flipped condenser clamping. It gives output voltage level of 2/3. By connecting the switched condenser branch in the front or back end series to the inverter output a seven-level output voltage wave shape can be obtained with ample non-work switching states to match the voltage of switching condensers. The consequence of the proposed method is validated using MATLAB SIMULINK for simulation. Comparing with conventional seven-level inverter topology, the proposed design used a minimal number of switches using a basic modulation process.
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