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Hello Thomas,You should NOT hope for much...and better spend time for more usefull things...For what solution are you searching for?Regards,Maverick
You better spend your time with more usefull things...
You joined Instructables to SPAM here?You never read his stolen contribution which anyway does NOT work.
You joined Instructables to SPAM here?You never read "his" contribution which anyway does NOT work.
NO, it is not suitable.
If You want to help to somebody you should post your shematics, software codeand real life images about your setup, not some funky/shaky youtube videos.And please dont forget the long range testing results as well.
Adding features, they are also copied from somewhereshould be done when the core is working poperly. Or not?I have made a working charger allready but it have gotnothing to do with this one.Currently I'm not ready to publish any details of it.
It is not his work and it doesnt work anyway.The circuit burning MOSFETs only and probably cooking batteries.If You don't know electronics, you better buy finished parts/productsand make consultation with people you know and/or you can pick up advice in real life.What kind of project are you planning?
I compared "your" circuit with the original from Tim Nolan.What should I tell You? It's the same.It's the same with the software. I checked this aswell.I noticed I'm not the first person noticed the copyright issues.All this facts doesnt change the problems they are here:a) Burning MOSFETs,b) Software is NOT completed and NON functional.There are rules for charging batteries but you ignored ALL of them.This is probably the reason, original author Tim Nolan stoppeddeveloping this non functional charger.What exactly did You developed in this circuit?How much real life tests did you made?Where are the results?Why didnt You noticed the problems with the mosfet during testing?What kind of testing equipment are you used for the testing?It would be better for You to publish working circuits.
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