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PostSubject: Aa And Aaa Battery Charger Technology   Sat Sep 17, 2011 3:05 pm

Battery chargers all get different charging technologies that allow them to recharge batteries. Simple chargers work by connecting a DC power source towards the battery. These are cheap and inexpensive chargers in that they take longer to recharge batteries in order to avoid overheating. Batteries left in the unit for extended periods of time will be weakened due to over-charging. A constant voltage or a constant current is precisely what these chargers supply on the AA and AAA rechargeable batteries.

The two-way micro chip communication senses the electric level while charging is within progress. It then processes this information between the battery and the battery charger to achieve optimal charging levels. This communication between your two devices allows to the optimal charge to be achieved in the time given.



The most popular method for charging Nicad batteries is by using a negative delta V (NDV) cut-off charge system so it offers a rapid resolution time. This NDV system alerts the charger once the battery is full recharged by dropping the voltage output. The voltage drop is really a response from polarization or oxygen build up inside the battery cell. If a fully charged battery has recharged, then the terminal voltage will quickly rise, followed by a rapid drop off point, triggering the prepared to use state. This lasts for some minutes and the battery pack cells remain cool at all times. It is recommended to have a charger that responds to a very small voltage decrease, over those that have to have a larger decrease.

Smart AA and AAA battery chargers are technologically advanced. The charger responds towards the charging instructions from any battery. These chargers use smart batteries that may remember and store information about its specific charging characteristics. The charger picks up on these requirements and tunes the charging voltage, present, temperature, and other characteristics to the batteries needs. These chargers are great and simple to use.

Battery chargers can possibly even turn themselves off after a charge has been completed. These are called automatic battery chargers and they utilize an end of charge voltage point to stop the charger as well as to switch to a drip charge. The trickle charger may be the slowest battery charger. Having a trickle charger you could indefinitely leave the battery pack charging without ever overcharging it. This is because the battery has charges at the self-discharge amount, the slowest rate probable. The charger is not suitable for Lithium and NiMH electric battery, which subject to overheating. Some battery chargers move to trickle charge once the battery has been completely charged. This prevents the battery pack from overcharging and is a great function to look for in a very charger. The trickle charge is advantageous for the reason that in cold climates they can keep the battery heated.

If you have SLA batteries then it is recommended to use a charger that has a taper current. This will certainly charge the battery located at an unregulated constant voltage. Since the cell voltage increases, the present diminishes. With the taper current you run the risk of overcharging your battery power. Constant observation of the battery is required to avoid overcharging.
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