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'[PICLIST] Chargeing batteries'
2000\06\26@153650 by Jilles Oldenbeuving

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Could somebody point me to some resources regarding battery recharging?
I searched the net for this 2 full day's and couldn't find something of
use...
The objective is to get a battery (NiCd/Li+/whatever) that fits into a
remote
control, that is rechargable, with say a MAX1736, or with just some
descrites. The battery voltage would typically be 3.3 ... 3.6 or so. Can
somebody help
me out here?

Thanx in advance... If you need more information, email me.


Regards,

Jilles Oldenbeuving
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2000\06\26@160145 by James Paul

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Look on Microchips website and search for PICREF2.   This is a
document showing the design for an Intelligent Battery Charger.
Included in this design is a PCB layout, Source Code, and Schematic.
Just download it and go.   Of course, if this is for a commercial
prosuct, be sure to get permission to use it in your design first.
Hope this helps you out.

                                       Regards,

                                         Jim




On Sat, 15 July 2000, Jilles Oldenbeuving wrote:

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2000\06\26@160151 by James Paul

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Look on Microchips website and search for PICREF2.   This is a
document showing the design for an Intelligent Battery Charger.
Included in this design is a PCB layout, Source Code, and Schematic.
Just download it and go.   Of course, if this is for a commercial
product, be sure to get permission to use it in your design first.
Hope this helps you out.

                                       Regards,

                                         Jim




On Sat, 15 July 2000, Jilles Oldenbeuving wrote:

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2000\06\26@160357 by James Paul

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Jilles,

Look on Microchips website and search for PICREF2.   This is a
document showing the design for an Intelligent Battery Charger.
Included in this design is a PCB layout, Source Code, and Schematic.
Just download it and go.   Of course, if this is for a commercial
product, be sure to get permission to use it in your design first.
Hope this helps you out.

                                       Regards,

                                         Jim




On Sat, 15 July 2000, Jilles Oldenbeuving wrote:

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2000\06\26@161357 by Jilles Oldenbeuving

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> Jilles,

Hi Jim,

One time would have been enough... <g>

> Look on Microchips website and search for PICREF2.   This is a
> document showing the design for an Intelligent Battery Charger.
> Included in this design is a PCB layout, Source Code, and Schematic.
> Just download it and go.   Of course, if this is for a commercial
> product, be sure to get permission to use it in your design first.
> Hope this helps you out.


Ah... that's right.. i will look into that App note. But it is not entirely
my need...
I'm just more interested in the charging of those battery's than makeing a
battery charger. You see, my product is a remote control, and not a battery
charger.
None the less, there should be some info that is handy... The remote control
does have
a PIC processor (to be more specific a PIC16F873). And i still have some
pins free...
so the processor could help out on the rechargeing...

I'm more searching for a how-to on battery rechargeing....

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