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Is it possible to make a simple charger of my own to recharge 6V lead acid battery? Answered


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rickharris

7 years ago

LM317 application notes show how.

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pamfu09rickharris

Answer 7 years ago

So if i make one using LM317, won't i need a transformer(like one used in rechargeable torch lights with Lead-acid battery)?? Can it handle the current from mains? I mean to say won't the high voltage will damage the circuit??

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rickharrispamfu09

Answer 7 years ago

Yes you will need a transformer and supply it with DC 7 to 10 volts should do.

the LM317 controls the charging current - Lots of information on the LM 317 dta sheet.

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lemonie

7 years ago


Yes.

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