When electrical energy from the battery is needed, electricity is channeled first to the inverter.
In the inverter, DC electric current is converted into AC electric current (Alternating Current).
AC electric current is needed as energy to drive the electric motor according to the amount of power required is regulated from the controller.
Simultaneously, the inverter also converts AC electric current into DC electric current. Occurs when the car decelerates or brakes which produces kinetic energy from regenerative braking.
Or when doing the process of charging an electric car using AC electric current. The generated electric current is received by the inverter and regulated by the module as the incoming current for recharging the battery.
So that the AC electric current is converted into a direct and stable DC electric current needed to be absorbed by the battery.