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I hope you'll take few seconds to think about my problem, I actually did some troubleshooting.
I just made a design for Max712/713 battery charger to charge a 2cell NiMh battery
Input voltage is 6V, I took an MJD210 as mosfet.
Please find the design in the picture below...
I am designing a hand cranked charging circuit for a NiMH battery.
I have used a LM317 voltage regulator however im not sure exactly what output voltage to use for charging a single 1.2V AAA cell.
Can anyone help?
So I am interested in the charging of NiMH batteries, some websites say that they should not be charged over 0.1C, some say 0.5C some say not over 1C.
I bought this wind up torch with a 80mah 3.6v batteries pack and noticed the current flow is around 200 mA, this is 2.5C.
I have been asked to play a role in the design of a 12V backup battery pack that would be used to backup a vehicle security system and siren in exclusively AUTOMOTIVE applications. I have general electronics experience but no experience with the design of a battery backup system, and the...