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'[EE] Rechargeable cell primer'
2011\01\14@120907 by M. Adam Davis

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Assuming I've decided I want to learn enough about common (and
upcoming) rechargeable batteries such that I could design
microcontroller based chargers, balancers, and other battery
management tools, what text, book, primer, app notes, website, etc
should I dig into?

-Ada

2011\01\14@121213 by Mark E. Skeels

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Try this, Adam....

http://batteryuniversity.com/


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On 1/14/2011 11:09 AM, M. Adam Davis wrote:
> Assuming I've decided I want to learn enough about common (and
> upcoming) rechargeable batteries such that I could design
> microcontroller based chargers, balancers, and other battery
> management tools, what text, book, primer, app notes, website, etc
> should I dig into?
>
> -Ada

2011\01\14@132016 by Olin Lathrop

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M. Adam Davis wrote:
> Assuming I've decided I want to learn enough about common (and
> upcoming) rechargeable batteries such that I could design
> microcontroller based chargers, balancers, and other battery
> management tools, what text, book, primer, app notes, website, etc
> should I dig into?

A bunch of battery datasheets would be a good start.


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2011\01\14@140017 by Spehro Pefhany

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At 01:21 PM 14/01/2011, you wrote:
>M. Adam Davis wrote:
> > Assuming I've decided I want to learn enough about common (and
> > upcoming) rechargeable batteries such that I could design
> > microcontroller based chargers, balancers, and other battery
> > management tools, what text, book, primer, app notes, website, etc
> > should I dig into?
>
>A bunch of battery datasheets would be a good start.

Also, the major manufacturers (maybe not the Chong Qing instant
noodle and toxic battery factory #9) tend to have application notes
and data books that are chock full of information on charging
algorithms and parameters.

You might also want to look at commercial 'chips' and charger
specifications, but the battery maker's recommendations should be
your primary source.

>Best regards,

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2011\01\14@160331 by M. Adam Davis

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On Fri, Jan 14, 2011 at 1:21 PM, Olin Lathrop <.....olin_piclistKILLspamspam@spam@embedinc.com> wrote:
> M. Adam Davis wrote:
>> Assuming I've decided I want to learn enough about common (and
>> upcoming) rechargeable batteries such that I could design
>> microcontroller based chargers, balancers, and other battery
>> management tools, what text, book, primer, app notes, website, etc
>> should I dig into?
>
> A bunch of battery datasheets would be a good start.

Yes, and that would be the final source for specific information.  I
find that when I'm going to read datasheets, though, it's very helpful
to understand the terminology and have at least a 50 thousand foot
view of the topic so that datasheet becomes easier to understand.

What manufacturers do you recommend or have used for rechargeable cells?

-Ada

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