Battery charger circuits electronic circuits design
This NiCd charger allows simultaneous charging of up to seven NiCd batteries connected in series. This number can be increased if the supply voltage increases by about 1.65 V for each battery. Given that T2 is mounted on appropriate heat radiator, the input voltage can be increased to a maximum of 25 V.
A very simple 3.25W CV/CC charger can be designed using LinKSwitch || family IC manufactured by Power Integrations. This electronic circuit project is designed to provide a 5 volts output at a maximum current of 650mA . This 3.25W CV/CC charger , needs to be powered using a AC voltage between 85 and 265 VAC . The AC input power is rectified by diodes D1 through D4.
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