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Is video me maine bataya hai ki sirf diods ke madad se aap kaise 12 volt ka battery charger bana sakate hai .
Aapako iske liye ” 6A4 ” ke 4 diod chahiye honge aap ise market se bhi kharid sakate hai 1 diod lagbhag 10 rupaye me milega.
Sabase pahale aap jaise maine video me bataya hai vaise do diods ko series me jod dijiye ek diod ke plus ( + )point ko dusare diod ke minus ( – )point se jod dijiye aise hi dusare do diods ko bhi jod do .
Aur bad me un series me jode huye do diods ko parallel jod do pahale series jodi ke plus (+ ) ko dusare series ke plus se aur minus (– ) ko minus se jod do .
Aur aakhir mai jaise maine video mai bataya hai vaise transformer ke wire ko jo apana AC input hoga use series connection me jod dena hai aur jo DC output ke wire honge us ke plus ( + ) wire ko diods ke parallel connection ka minus ( – ) side hai vaha jod dena hai aur minus ( – ) wire ko diods ke parallel connection me jo plus ( + ) side hai vaha par jodana hai .yaha se milega hame 12 volt ka output.
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3.470uF 16v or 25v capacitor
4.7805 voltage regulator
12v power supply : https://youtu.be/qpUpfRY9oO0
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Basics about how to make a 24 V lead acid battery charger.
The transformer and the (series or not) regulator (MOSFET or classical NPN or PNP transistor) must be properly mounted on a cooling heatsink that must be ventilated via a 12 V ventilator to keep the heatsink of the series regulator and the heatsink of the bridge rectifier cool & vented during charging.
Ventilating and cooling the transformer itself is also very (!) important and often forgotten.
Also often forgotten: that the ventilator must blow completely alongside the transformer and its coil & that the transformer must be vented “everywhere”, it must stand in free air, so also from the under-side of the plate on which the transformer is mounted.
Otherwise (when clamped) heat can get “stored” in the laminated iron core, that can give a “meltdown” on the longer term.
Of course: this is all old school technology.
So: a classical 230 V-50 Hz or 110 V-60 Hz transformer, classical bridge rectifier circuit (everywhere to be found on the www) and a classical series – regulator, published many times on my YT channel and to be found everywhere on the www.
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Important: to find all the links to the (+/-750) video’s on my YT Channel, select, in the comments section, “NEWEST FIRST”
My books about electronics are available via the website from “Lulu”, search for author “Ko Tilman” there.
There is an important video via which you can buy a document where I give links to many of my video’s, published between 2010 and 2018.
Link is: https://youtu.be/XXRsA24NUE0
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Regarding all my video’s: I constantly keep them actual, so the original video’s with the most recent information are always on YouTube. That is the source, and search there. When my video’s are reproduced or re-edited on other websites/channels you can not (!) be sure about the original content (=really working electronics) and important adaptations to the circuits.
Be aware of that, I saw on the internet my circuits reproduced in a poor or even not proper way. I can not help that, sorry. Upload 28 May 2019.
We made this second video because the previous video’s quality wasn’t very clear. This one seems better.
THE LINK TO BUY IT ON EBAY IS BELOW.
This kit is one of the smallest 220V concepts available in the market up to this date for lighting a room and charging a phone. The light can last several hours in the evening when needed and all you have to do is put the tiny solar panel (size of a CD) near a window the next day so that it is ready for the evening. It is a solution for 365 days of use, battery is included and has 2000-3000mA.
You can also charge it from your laptop apart from the solar panel.
It is perfect for power cuts, your garage, workshop, campings, hikes. Take home with you wherever you go.
2 Cables are included, one from the solar panel to the circuit and one from a laptop to the circuit if you wish to charge without the solar panel.
Charging time from solar panel is around 7 hours and from the laptop around 3 hours.
You are 100% independent from the grid when you most need it, for charging your phone or just have 220V light for your home.
It is recommended to use a 3-4W LED bulb 220V.