A 60-watt inverter can be constructed with a transistor circuit and is powered by either alternating current (AC) or direct current (DC). The internal construction of the circuit will vary depending on the type of power it is to be supplied with but typically includes protection components such as an inductor and capacitor, as well as resistors, transistors, and diodes. The purpose of these components is to control the flow of electricity from an AC or DC source into an alternating circuit that produces the correct voltage and frequency for powering appliances. An inverter of up to 60 watts can be made using transistors and the diagram provided. This inverter is designed for emergency use, such as charging cell phones, tablets, and other small electronic items or powering 10-watt LED lights. It is not intended for extended or continual use. Easily recreate similar elaborated diagrams using the free template and systems provided by EdrawMax.