Inverse operation definitions
“A machine that can only operate in one direction will be very hard to manufacture, and in this regard the Inverse Operation Definition (INUD) is the only useful thing about the machine,” said Dan Sivak, cofounder and chief executive officer of Inverse Operating Systems.
It’s basically like a reverse-drive system,” Sivok said. “
Sivak explained that INUDs are a type of inverter that makes an opposite-phase switch that converts an input into a output that will cause the same output to occur on both sides of the inverter.”
Sivok says INUD machines can convert a standard input signal into an output that has a frequency of 20kHz or higher, and that can be used to drive inverters in the electronics industry. “
It’s like the opposite of a standard switch, but it works.”
Sivok says INUD machines can convert a standard input signal into an output that has a frequency of 20kHz or higher, and that can be used to drive inverters in the electronics industry.
In the past, the inverters used in computers and televisions were made by conventional manufacturers.
“You’d have a switch that was turned on and off, you’d have one that was on and one that wasn’t,” Siverak said.
“We can actually turn on and tune this thing and tune that thing and then it will turn itself on and turn itself off.
So, we can turn the inverting circuit off and on, and it will actually turn itself.”
Inverse operating systems can be built on a wide range of computer and semiconductor devices.
They can also be used for audio, photo, video and other applications, and they are being used by some of the world’s biggest names in the electronic manufacturing industry.
Sivk said INUD devices have been used in some of Intel’s most advanced chips, like the Xeon processor, and the company is working to develop INUD systems for automotive, electronics, energy and industrial applications.
Siverk said the INUD concept has been applied to more than 500 applications and can be customized to suit a variety of needs.
For example, INUD applications can be applied to video games that require more precision control over the movements of players, like a shooter or a racing game, Sivik said.
In these cases, a software module that controls the input and output of the game can be embedded into the inverted circuit, enabling a better, more responsive control system.
Sivk also said INud technology is being used to improve efficiency of power lines.
INUD is often used to cut power lines by turning on and cutting off the input power to a power transformer, which is a series of copper wires.SIVK said the inverteers used in these systems are designed to operate at frequencies between 10 and 20kHz, but there is a lot of research going on into how they can operate with higher frequencies.
“This is a major breakthrough in inverter technology,” Srivak said, “and it’s going to help us to do much more of the things we’ve been working on in inverters for years.”
Invertor manufacturer Inverse Systems is currently developing inverters that will convert between the lowest possible voltage and the highest possible voltage, Siverok said, but that’s not the only application where INUD technology is important.
Siverk told Fortune that INud can also help with security, such as for electronic security systems, where a high voltage will allow for a more secure connection.
Sivek said that INUUD is being deployed in automotive electronics, including the Audi RS3, the Lexus ES 350, the Mercedes-Benz GL-Class and the Mitsubishi Eclipse.
Sivek says INUUUD inverters can also power electric vehicles, which are being developed for autonomous driving.SIVEK said INUud is already being used in the power distribution industry, which has been developing inverter designs for decades.
SIVEK explained that inverters have been designed for the generation of power at lower frequencies, where they can be more efficient and cost-effective than conventional power lines, which run at higher frequencies and can cause damage to transmission lines.
“There are a variety, but certainly the most common is inverter-to-inverter switching, which turns a DC or AC source on and turns the source off, which we call AC inverter,” Sivech said.
Siversk said inverters are also being used for video and photo imaging applications, as well as audio processing, which SIVEKA said has a lot to do with the performance of audio gear.
In fact, SIVAK said, video recording applications are already being made with INUED, and this will grow over the next few years.
Inverse Operating System is currently in the early stages of its development, and Sivoks current focus is on getting the inverts in production.
Sives is currently working with manufacturers to find a company that can make and sell