Battery charging

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by Maverick77, Mar 2, 2009.

  1. Maverick77

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    I wish to charge two different types of batteries with same volt (12v) using a inverter charger and solar charger simultaneously.
    Both inverter circuit and solar charger have their controller.I also want to use the batteries via the inverter when it mite still be charged with the solar charger.
    Is it possible for me to use the batteries without damaging any of my components?
     
  2. thingmaker3

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    If each battery has its own charge controller, they will be okay. Use steering diodes to keep your supplies from trying to power each other.
     
  3. Maverick77

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    Thanks. Ya each battery has its own charge controller but i will be using both solar charger and inverter charger simultaneously to charge both type of batteries. Wil the batteries of lesser ampere hours be worn out quickly??
     
  4. Maverick77

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    Further i will be using them whn they are being charged. So ne probl with currnt??
     
  5. thingmaker3

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    I think you will find you are using the chargers rather than the batteries.
    And a happy frumious bandersnatch to you as well, Mr. Carrol!:confused: This is an English language forum, if you please.
     
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