Power Efficient Battery Charger by Using Constant Current/Constant Voltage Controller

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Abstract

The Battery Charger Specification presents solution for rechargeable batteries used in portable electronic equipment such as laptop computer systems, cellular telephones and video cameras and the demands for low cost battery chargers are rising these days without give attention for the performance. The goal of the paper was combining high efficiency and versatility with low-cost design and this paper includes the design of the snubber cell, and the components of the current/voltage control charge method. This charger applies a relatively constant current and constant voltage to the battery indefinitely regardless of the AC input rang voltage all the equations described in this paper. The design of prototype converter is verified through an experimental result.

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F. Hassan, "Power Efficient Battery Charger by Using Constant Current/Constant Voltage Controller," Circuits and Systems, Vol. 3 No. 2, 2012, pp. 180-186. doi: 10.4236/cs.2012.32024.

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