Use Discharge energy Of Lead Acid Battery

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  1. omidbarghi

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    Hi Friends
    I want to use Discharge energy Of Lead Acid Battery
    and about a suitable circuit diagram and parts for this design.
    Can anybody help me...?
     
  2. WBahn

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    Take one 12V lead acid battery and one 12V automotive headlight. There's your parts list.

    Connect said headlight to said battery. There's your circuit (so sorry it's not a diagram).

    Done. You are now using the discharge energy of a lead acid battery.
     
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  3. wayneh

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    And safely! Much better than laying a wrench across the poles.
     
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  4. BobTPH

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    One does have to wonder, though, what the OP was really asking.

    Bob
     
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  5. omidbarghi

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    thanks friends
    but
    I want to use of this energy for feed part of factory
    for example,use chopper for feeding dc instruments
    or use inverter for feeding ac instruments
    please give me more Details of this project ...
     
  6. ISB123

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    I don't understand what you want,you want to power factory machine from 12V battery?Or you want to convert 12V to some other voltage like 5V?What is chopper?
     
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  7. GopherT

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    How many watts of power does your "part of factory" require for operation.
    Note that a 12v lead acid battery (the sized used in no car) will be able to do about 200 watts for 2 to 6 hours. Imaging how long you can leave your headlights on befor they dim. Headlights are about 55 watts each plus 12 to 18 watts for each tail light and marker light = about 200 watts total. Age and abuse determine the life of each charge.

    Again, what load are you trying to energize and at what voltage?
     
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  8. WBahn

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    How can anyone possibly give you details about a project that you won't tell us anything about?

    If you want to use the battery to power DC loads that need a different voltage, then use a suitable DC-DC converter. If you want to power AC loads then use a suitable inverter. Don't forget to take into account that you don't have a lot of energy stored in the battery so you will need to recharge it regularly.
     
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  9. ian field

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    How to ruin a lead acid battery.
     
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  10. blocco a spirale

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    Unless the OP can be bothered to construct a coherent question we will never know.
     
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  11. djsfantasi

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    Perhaps this gentleman can help…
     
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  12. omidbarghi

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    hi my dear friends
    thanks all
    My problem was resolved
    I wish good luck all
     
  13. omidbarghi

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    :))))))))))))
     
  14. omidbarghi

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    yes my friend
    I want to use output voltage of battery in discharge period
    chopper is a converter dc to dc
    inverter is a converter dc to ac
     
  15. omidbarghi

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    I want to write a proposal to in project and I did not know how many power is need
    but I using converter to My problem was resolved and The output voltage to power company was sold :)
     
  16. omidbarghi

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    yes,You're right :)
     
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