supply power -Can a Nicd battery supply 20 amps to a coil?

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minh

Joined Nov 24, 2010
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Dear all
Please help me to know: 14.4V Nicd Battery, 1.7Ah can full supply ( to an coil) 20 amps in 20 millisecond (other problem( issues )don't care) Many thank you
 

MisterBill2

Joined Jan 23, 2018
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If there are no intermediate fuses or protection devices, YES, the battery can probably deliver 20 amps for a few seconds, if it is charged and in good condition.
 

WBahn

Joined Mar 31, 2012
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Dear all
Please help me to know: 14.4V Nicd Battery, 1.7Ah can full supply ( to an coil) 20 amps in 20 millisecond (other problem( issues )don't care) Many thank you
How big is the coil? What is the winding resistance?

Those two things alone might make it impossible for even an ideal 14.4 V source to get you to 20 A in 20 ms.
 

BobTPH

Joined Jun 5, 2013
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Don’ forget the inductance.

dI / dt = V / L

20 / 0.02 = 14.4 / L

L = 14.4 x 0.02 / 20 = 0.014

So the coil can have at most 14mH inductance. That is if it has zero resistance.
 

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minh

Joined Nov 24, 2010
41
How often do you need to generate this pulse?
The batteries internal resistance may prevent supplying 20A, but a large capacitor charged by the battery could.
How big is the coil? What is the winding resistance?

Those two things alone might make it impossible for even an ideal 14.4 V source to get you to 20 A in 20 ms.
Many thank you for your help
 

Thread Starter

minh

Joined Nov 24, 2010
41
Don’ forget the inductance.

dI / dt = V / L

20 / 0.02 = 14.4 / L

L = 14.4 x 0.02 / 20 = 0.014

So the coil can have at most 14mH inductance. That is if it has zero resistance.
Many thank you for your help
Don’ forget the inductance.

dI / dt = V / L

20 / 0.02 = 14.4 / L

L = 14.4 x 0.02 / 20 = 0.014

So the coil can have at most 14mH inductance. That is if it has zero resistance.
Many thank you for your help
 
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