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Thread: MAX 712/13 Battery charger
face BY : Attila Muhi email (remove spam text)

Hi !

I am using that chip in an application. But I get too little difference between trickle charge and fast charge. Everything is set up correctly according to the data sheet. I use 2 groups of 4 cells in parallell. Do you have any experience of that ?


Attila - SM4RAN
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Från: Steve Bergerson <KILLspamdbergerRemoveMEspamOPTONLINE.NET>
Datum: den 7 mars 2001 02:53
Ämne: MAX 712/13 Battery charger

I just found a new chip.  OK it's not new to all of you but it is really cool.

It is a one chip solution for a nicad/nimh battery charger.  A few extra parts and you have a battery charger.  I built a couple over the weekend.  A 8 cell charger.  A 6 cell charger.  This chip will provide a fast charge for a period of time and then look for either the leveling off point for a end point or a voltage drop end point.

I was going to have a few proto boards built that would be universal.  You add the components and jumpers to the design.  If anyone is interested I will sell these if you want.

From Steve
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