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Simplest Charger/desulfator Ever
There’s a new, little known way at www.ezBatteries.info to bring nearly ANY dead battery back life again… I’ve already tried it with car, golf cart, laptop, and phone batteries that were completely dead ...and now ...they're just like new again! With this method, you won't have to buy new pricey batteries anymore. You can just recondition your old batteries and save a lot of money. And this new battery reconditioning method is so simple and quick…And this works for car, phone, and laptop batteries!
This thing dose it work and how long a charge do you nead to discharg recharg how many times if i dont get a reply i will asume the op has friyed hime shelf
This circuit is LIVE and highly DANGEROUS !!Full mains voltage is available at the battery terminals unlike chargers that use a mains frequency or switch mode transformer..Contacting any of the wiring or connections with a grounded body (human or otherwise) could prove fatal.Maybe an experimental project for the lab.....But not where humans or animals could come in contact with it in any way..
erm... another update. I... err... I may have killed the batteries, used them in an R/C car in parallel for more amps. Long story short, the rear drive of the R/C got bust/destroyed so the car in storage till i could rebuild. took it out today to check something out and, like a Doofenshmirtz, had forgot to disconnect the SLAs. Going to have to scrounge parts and rebuild defulfator (stripped it for another project) and a try a few other techniques first then this. fingers crossed.
I love simple designs. However, I see some things I don't like:Protection: If the capacitor fails with a shortcut, -I don't even want to imagine that. A fuse it the minimum you should integrate.Ripple current of capacitor not regarded. Standard capacitors will can ripple currents about 2A. You want 5-10A. Make sure you don't cook the capacitor.Nobody guarantees that the battery is charged by nominal current! The current will be mainly determinded by battery resistance and resistance of the rest of the circuit.No overload protection. Yes it might remove reversable sulfatation, because this is usually done by applying overvoltage by a limited time. Overvoltage for a longer time will kill the battery quickly.
This looks incredible! Definitely trying it out. Thanks!
Yes,12v,24v,36v,48v etc... - blackalic
There’s a new way called EZbattery (www.EZbattery.info) to bring nearly any type of old battery back to life so it’s just like new again. This method works with nearly every type of battery out there ...and it’s simple and quick. In case you’re wondering, you’ll be able to bring car, phone, and laptop batteries back to life with this. It even works with solar/off-grid, marine, golf cart, and forklift batteries. Plus, many more! - MikeMiller81
Hi guys. I'm on 240V and have cap from an old microwave (2400VAC, 0.97uF). Which rectifier or which diodes should I use? Thanks
Hi guys. I'm on 240V here and have cap from an old microwave (0.97uF, 2400VAC). Which rectifier or which diodes should I use? Thanks
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