Tuesday, February 22, 2011

24V Battery Chargers

 

For those of you who are looking for battery charger circuit, here is some reference circuit 24V battery charger for lead acid. The 24v charger is using several variable voltage regulator IC such as LM350K and LM317K.

For those who want to create 24V battery charger with high current, it is advisable to use as a source of DC voltage transformers. Because quite easy to arouse the current, just based on how the capacity of the transformer you have.

All 24V battery chargers below is intended to 24V charging voltage, the difference in the composition of the batteries if made series or parallel. Some of the following 24Vbattery  charger collected from various sources from the internet, making it more feasible to use as a technical reference as comparative material to create a new 24V battery charger for personal or limited use.

24V Battery Charger Circuit 47 AH

This is a 24V battery charger for lead acid that uses a LM317 variable voltage regulator. Charging current of charger is set at 700 mA, determined by the value of the 10K potentiometer resistance. Charging voltage is determined by the value resistor 100 ohm and 0.82 (0.85) ohm. Diode D1 prevents reverse flow of current from the battery when the charger is switched OFF or when electrical power is not available.

24V  Battery Charger Circuit-47AH

24V Battery Charger Circuit

No parameters are important in this 24V battery charger, unless the design that assumes each 12V battery contains 6 cells. When two batteries are connected in series, voltage and will increase the existing capacity remains the same.

24V Battery Charger/Backup – Dual Mode

24V Battery Charger/Backup-Dual Mode

24V Battery Charger/Backup-Dual Mode

This 24V battery charger for lead acid using variable voltage regulators LM350K.  This 24v charger also serves as a backup voltage sourced from the battery itself. Filling done in series on two 12V cells.

24V Battery Charger Circuit

24V Battery Charger Circuit

24V Battery Charger Circuit

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