I just finished circuit designing of an inverter which converts 440V DC to 230V AC. Now my manager asked me what kind of connectivity does it has.
I answered him:
"The current connectivity is AC as we have a DC/AC converter to connect to the grid".
He thought it was a stupid answer and he responded: "Is this your engineering response? That the unit will connect to the AC?!"
I can see that he was mad by my answer but I told him what I knew. I have never worked in this field before and so I'm learning through this job.
Thiss made to do some research on type of connectivity from inverter to grid. All I see in the internet is much about type of coupling (AC coupling and DC coupling). I still didn't find how actually the inverter output is connected to the grid? To be specific, what connectors are used at the output of the inverter?
Any body who could help me with this question or direct me through the right link, would be very helpful from not only saving me from another telling off by my manger but also giving me the comprehension of the electrical connections.
Thanks in advance