Please help i only got another day for my research.

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  1. Ryka Thomas

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    Hi i have a school project to do i must make a powerbank and it must have a microcontroller , so i would like to ask if it is possible to/could use my microcontroller to act as voltage regulator and a charge regulator .

    Thanks in advance i will be pleased to answer any question :)
     
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  2. RRITESH KAKKAR

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  3. mcgyvr

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    Why did you wait till the last day? :)
     
  4. Ryka Thomas

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    Seriously this question umm idont know
     
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    Microcontroller can be used to provide PWM for MOSFET which is used in SMPS,so yes it can be a part of power supply.Can it output voltage by itself?No!
     
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  8. spinnaker

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    Too much party not enough study.
     
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  9. DickCappels

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    What kind of controller are you going to use?
     
  10. Picbuster

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    What voltage do you want to regulate?
    What charge curve to follow?
    Please send us your algorithm.

     
  11. Ryka Thomas

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    MAY BE
     
  12. Colin55

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    That's easy. We can design a Power Bank for you, controlled by a microcontroller, design the PC board, get the board made, build up a prototype and have it tested with 23 hours of soak-testing, all within a single day.
    We will also have a voltage regulator and charge regulator incorporated in the project.
    Expected cost will be about $5.50
     
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    Do you ever work cheap! Doesn't even matter what kind of dollars they are. Who needs to outsource at those prices?
     
  14. Kermit2

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    The length of a day is based on a planets rotational velocity.

    SO...... the earth has stopped spinning.

    No applause. It was just simple logic. (Kermit takes a bow)
     
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