This video was made for demonstration purposes only and this method is not intended to replace a CC/CV power source. However I hope it gets you thinking outside the “smart charger” market and helps you save some of your hard earned cash. Remember that is the voltage your applying is from a stable power source and not more than the 4.2V max voltage, you have a CV supply! If the current is less than the cells maximum charging rate, you can check the CC box too. As long as the power source is stable and your willing to watch and monitor the charging in progress, you can make almost anything work. If you attempt to replicate this experiment, you do so at your own risk and need to make sure you stay close enough to the cell being tested to routinely monitor the voltage of the cell to ensure it does not go over voltage.
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This video is about how to use the Victron IP65 Charger. The Blue Smart IP65 Charger is the new professional battery charger with built-in bluetooth. The Blue Smart IP65 Charger can be used on devices in your workshop and on motor vehicles, such as (classic) cars; motorbikes; boats and camper-vans
Seven-step charging algorithm, charges, reconditions and maintains standard, AGM and Lithium batteries.
Recovery of deeply-discharged ‘dead’ batteries –
Unlike other brands, the Blue Smart IP65 Charger will attempt to recharge a deeply-discharged battery by force-feeding it with a low current. Normal charging will then be resumed as soon as there is sufficient voltage across the battery terminals.
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CAMERA: Sony A7 III
LENS: Sony 50mm 1.4 FE at 1.4
AUDIO: Sony LAV
WHITE BALANCE: Peter’s new Right White color balance tool
RECORDER: Ninja V
MY COMPUTER: 2017 27” iMac i7 4.2 GHz 40GB Ram
Filmed in my 24/7/365 Christmas Room.
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Used the 2017 i7 4.2Ghz iMac with Final Cut Pro X to edit and output to Ninja V 24p 4K for YouTube. Yes, the face detection WORKS in 4K while recording to the Ninja!
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Ethernet technology has been around since the 1970s, devised as a local area network (LAN) protocol used to link computers and transfer information across short distances, often several hundred yards or less. Over the years Ethernet has bested competing local network technologies, including token ring, FDDI and ATM, to become utterly dominant as an inexpensive plug-and-play LAN protocol. The latest generation of carrier Ethernet services is the result of service providers responding to the demand by enterprise customers for a simple way to connect their premises networks across metro and wide area networks. Enterprise IT departments like the idea of an Ethernet service that represents an extension of familiar LAN networks across metropolitan areas, instead of having to deal with the (to them) puzzling world of telco standards such as SONET, frame relay and ATM. Finally, Ethernet is also emerging as an access alternative to TDM circuits, providing enterprise customers with high bandwidth access to the Internet, or to an IP VPN service, or to a data center, without incurring the higher cost of WAN interface cards on the routers.
While all customer-facing Ethernet ports may look a like, the underlying approaches used to transport Ethernet traffic across carrier networks vary greatly, which is reflected in factors such as service price, available bandwidth, network performance, class of service and service level guarantees. The original transparent LAN services were most often supported by the incumbent local telco’s ATM networks in the 1990s, and some of these services are still operated that way today. Once Ethernet’s dominance in the LAN solidified in the late 1990s and beyond, carriers began installing enterprise-class Ethernet switches in central offices to provide service within a metropolitan area. However, as the number of customers grew, this approach soon ran into stability, capacity and scaling issues, and providers turned to carrier-grade switches and routers to support the burgeoning demand for metro Ethernet services.
Today, carrier Ethernet is most commonly transported over dedicated fiber optic lines to the customer premises, and Ethernet-over-SONET services are available for those willing to pay for higher availability. Carrier Ethernet services are also available on alternative transport technologies, such as resilient packet ring (RPR) protocol (802.17) for multipoint connectivity within a metro area, or encapsulated in MPLS for transport over carriers’ IP backbone networks. Ethernet on a wavelength is also available for large customers, while at the low end, some carriers are rolling out mid-band Ethernet using copper pair bonding techniques to deliver up to 10 Mbps or more at distances of one to two miles from the central office. The cable multi-system operators (MSOs) are also moving into the metro Ethernet market, drawing on their extensive regional fiber optic networks and local access facilities. At the same time, the cable operators have also moved down market in the past year with the advent of Ethernet over DOCSIS-enabled hybrid fiber coax (HFC) networks, which allows them to reach the 90+ percent of business sites that are not served by fiber optics.
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