AC refers to alternating current and DC refers to direct current. The electric charge in the alternating current (AC) changes with magnitude and direction, where as in direct current (DC), the electric charge only flows in one direction. AC currents are used in most of the power circuits, and DC currents are used in batteries and electronic devices. Use this online AC to DC converter calculator to convert alternating current to direct current.
Convert Direct Current (DC) to Alternating Current (AC). DC = 10 volts.
AC = DC / 0.636
= 10 /0.636
= 15.7232 volts .