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Author Topic: Interesting Open Source capacitive battery charger Project with desulfation  (Read 6658 times)

Offline hartiberlin

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Interesting Open Source capacitive battery charger Project with desulfation
possible:

http://screwdecaf.cx/da_pimp.html

But be cautious not to touch the charging pople during charging, cause it is not
isolated from the mains ! No Transformer  in it ! Use with caution !

Regards, Stefan.

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Re: Interesting Open Source capacitive battery charger Project with desulfation
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2013, 01:35:20 PM »
Interesting device, it's a shame the majority of us are still using lead acid batteries and after all these years the price of lithium batteries remains to high, so it looks like most of us will stick with the affordable lead acid,  the fact that the guy is producing his device ready to buy off the shelf is good, at the moment in small numbers, but I have a feeling things will change when more people have successfully recovered their old dead batteries, and then how long before China is producing a copycat version at knockdown prices.


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Re: Interesting Open Source capacitive battery charger Project with desulfation
« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2013, 03:07:35 PM »
It is the charger but also the charging algorithm:
http://www.commutercars.com/downloads/chargeAlgorithm.pdf  3-4X more cycles


and here:

Proposed Dual-mode EVs and Infrastructure for them[/size]
In March 1976, the University of California at Berkeley's Institute for Transportation Engineering published a paper, "Electric Highway Vehicles... Technology Assessment of Future Intercity Transportation Systems" contributed by Dick Fradella. It described and analyzed a proposed EV technology and infrastructure, where EVs would carry batteries and an onboard charger, that could be supplied power in-transit, through conductive rolling contact on freeways.
It proposed 2 parallel recessed power strips, with 115v 60Hz or 100 to 170vdc across them. See schematic diagram at right.  That would feed, through a full-wave rectifier, a charger (responsive to battery data and the rectified voltage waveform), that would draw unity power factor current with 5% or so total harmonic distortion, to charge at 95% efficiency, a 200vdc battery pack, while also supplying up to several kilowatts to a regenerative motor controller. EV battery charging, in any garage, can be from a standard 115v 60Hz outlet, or dc PV power, where available .[/size]
About 20 years ago, Fradella built a 300-watt demo version of a small system based upon this diagram.  It demonstrates regenerative bi-directional speed control and proportional braking. Regenerative battery charging automatically results whenever the motor is decelerated.  He has demonstrated it to countless manufacturers and researchers involved with EVs.  Average life of motor-cycle batteries in the demo has been about 10 years. These batteries were guaranteed to last only 90 days.[/size]


a liquid battery enhancer as infinifluid(TM)-developer
http://www.ecoweek.ca/issues/ISarticle.asp?aid=1000201031 -improvement
http://ip.com/patfam/en/46966361  3-4x more cycles


 

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Re: Interesting Open Source capacitive battery charger Project with desulfation
« Reply #3 on: September 18, 2013, 05:33:00 PM »
Interesting device, it's a shame the majority of us are still using lead acid batteries and after all these years the price of lithium batteries remains to high, so it looks like most of us will stick with the affordable lead acid,  the fact that the guy is producing his device ready to buy off the shelf is good, at the moment in small numbers, but I have a feeling things will change when more people have successfully recovered their old dead batteries, and then how long before China is producing a copycat version at knockdown prices.

hi,

Many people do not know that nearly 100% of the world economy grew and still running on "obsolete fuel source" eg:oil,coal.  (Sad isn't it)
Lead-acid battery have been around for more than 100 years like oil.

People say we are now living in the space-age? But take a closer look at our source of power.  ;D ;D ;D


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Re: Interesting Open Source capacitive battery charger Project with desulfation
« Reply #4 on: September 18, 2013, 06:23:38 PM »
Hi folks, Hi magpwr, the main cause of that sadness, are small groups of beings that have wished to keep the human control structures in place, so as to ultimately prevent human beings from becoming self empowered or self sufficient for at least a lifetime in duration.
The masses of humanity not needing these control structures, does not fit in with the few controlling the many, which god and humanity willing, were hopefully seeing all this anti evolution of humanity in all ways, coming to an end.
peace love light
tyson :)

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Re: Interesting Open Source capacitive battery charger Project with desulfation
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Re: Interesting Open Source capacitive battery charger Project with desulfation
« Reply #5 on: September 18, 2013, 07:37:21 PM »
The lead-acid battery story will not be finished in the next ten years:

lead battery+ capacitor
http://www.csiro.au/Outcomes/Energy/Storing-renewable-energy/Ultra-Battery.aspx

and

lead+CNT
http://www.nanowerk.com/products/product.php?id=36
with the advantage of fast charging

 

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