#### Ryka Thomas

Joined Dec 16, 2015
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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 .

#### RRITESH KAKKAR

Joined Jun 29, 2010
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#### mcgyvr

Joined Oct 15, 2009
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Why did you wait till the last day?

#### Ryka Thomas

Joined Dec 16, 2015
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Why did you wait till the last day?
Seriously this question umm idont know

#### Ryka Thomas

Joined Dec 16, 2015
32
No not build a powerbank with microcontrooler my problem is can a microcontroller work as a voltage regulator or charge controller

#### RRITESH KAKKAR

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#### ISB123

Joined May 21, 2014
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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!

#### spinnaker

Joined Oct 29, 2009
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Seriously this question umm idont know
Too much party not enough study.

#### DickCappels

Joined Aug 21, 2008
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What kind of controller are you going to use?

#### Picbuster

Joined Dec 2, 2013
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What voltage do you want to regulate?
What charge curve to follow?

#### Ryka Thomas

Joined Dec 16, 2015
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#### Colin55

Joined Aug 27, 2015
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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 #### Papabravo Joined Feb 24, 2006 12,767 Man 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
Do you ever work cheap! Doesn't even matter what kind of dollars they are. Who needs to outsource at those prices?

#### Kermit2

Joined Feb 5, 2010
4,163
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)