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Incarcarea Acumulatoarelor Mici


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Acumulatoarele au navalit in viata noastra prin multe aparate electronice , incepand cu telefonul mobil , lanterne , aparate radio , jucarii , etc.

O problema destul de importanta , o constituie incarcarea acumulatoarelor mici .

Modul de incarcare al acumulatoarelor , are o influienta determinanta in ceeace priveste capacitatea si viata de functionare .

Retineti ca, pentru acumulatoarele NiCd si NiMH, curentul de incarcare este cca. 1/10 din capacitate in ciclu normal (16h) si de cca. 1/3 din capacitate in ciclu rapid (4-6h). NU TOATE acumulatoarele suporta ciclu de incarcare rapida.

Cateva scheme si oarece teorie : http://www.myelectronix.com/2012/08/incarcarea-ac-nicad.html

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O fi reclama la site, mai stiiSintem in 2012. Acumulatorii nicd nu se mai prea folosesc, decit in chestii ieftine (unde nu se vad, gen surubelnite electrice, miniaspiratoare cu acumulatori - da, si in cele de firma). Acumulatorii nicd/nimh se incarca "rapid" - cu detectie deltaV, la curenti de gen C/3, folosind integrate specializate pt comanda incarcarii - exceptind sculele ieftine, unde se aplica inca principiul rezistenta si C/10 pe termen nelimitat.

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