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Battery Low Voltage Detector using IC 8211

Battery and Charger Diagram | By: Diagram mania

This circuit can use with power supply since 5 volt until 25 Volt. When voltage of power supply or battery agree come to lower location level keeps. It make LED bright show know. Although the circuit this use how many is the equipment not, but there is the stability and accurate in good moderately work. […]

DC Converter 12V to 24V using LM358-BC337

Battery and Charger Diagram | By: Diagram mania

This simple circuit is a DC-DC converter that converting up 12V source to a 24V. It can be used to run radios, small lights, relays, horns and other 24V accessories from a 12V vehicle with a maximum draw of about 800mA. his DC-DC Converter can be used to charge one 12V battery from another, or […]

Battery Splitter using LTC1044

Battery and Charger Diagram | By: Diagram mania

A common need in many systems is to obtain positive and negative supplies from a single battery. Where current requirements are small, the circuit shown is a simple solution. It provides symmetrical +&- output voltages, both equal to one half the input voltage. The output voltages are referenced to pin 3, output common. If the […]

Car battery charger by MC78T12

Battery and Charger Diagram | By: Diagram mania

Given below, is a very simple circuit that can be used for charging car batteries. In this circuit there is facility for monitoring the charging current and voltage. The circuit is based on the IC MC78T12ABT from Freescale.The IC is nothing but a 7812 in TO-3 package with 3A capacity. The transformer T1 steps down […]

Li-Ion Charger using LP2951

Battery and Charger Diagram | By: Diagram mania

The LP2951 regulator is manufactured by National Semiconductors. The choice of values is from an application note “Battery Charging”, written by Chester Simpson. Diode D1 can be any diode from the 1N00x series, whichever is conveniently available. It functions as a blocking diode, to prevent a back flow of current from the battery into the […]

Nicad Charger by IC CA3140E

Battery and Charger Diagram | By: Diagram mania

This is easy circuit charger batt Nicad. For batt 1.2V. When you have NiCad Battery should want to have Battery Charger Circuit. I begs for to advise NiCad Battery Charger this , because of build easy. With the integrated circuit number CA3140. Use the techinque Charger by current be stable.Make the electric charge well. But […]

Ni-Cad Charger for Solar Cell Radio by BD140

Battery and Charger Diagram | By: Diagram mania

A solar cell radio used a 3V (or two 1.2V) Ni-Cad battery in it. The battery can not be removed. It use a mini jack socket for charging. Its quiet difficult to find such a voltage charger. Here is the circuit to convert the voltage from the general power supply.

AUTOMATIC AA NICAD Battery Charger with 4541

Battery and Charger Diagram | By: Diagram mania

Charges AA cells on a 5-hour or 14-hour rate with automatic turn off Rechargeable batteries are very popular for use in all sorts of devices, especially those requiring a high current. The most common type of cell is the AA or penlight and although thousands have been sold, there are very few low-cost chargers to […]

NiCd Battery Fast Charger by MAX712

Battery and Charger Diagram | By: Diagram mania

This is an advanced battery charger design based on Maxim’s battery charger IC MAX712. This device can, using a minimal set of external components, fast-charge an NiCd/NiMH rechargeable battery. Fast charge is terminated using several detection methods, including dV/dt, dT/dt and a time-based cutout. Full details can be obtained from the MAX712 datasheet, available at […]

Nicad Battery Charger by Fet IRF9530

Battery and Charger Diagram | By: Diagram mania

This circuit is an AC-powered current source designed for recharging batteries. It can crank out as much as 1 amp and can be modified to go even higher by choosing different devices for Q1. Since this circuit uses AC line voltages and currents, please exercise extreme caution during assembly, turn-on, and test. NiCAD batteries have […]