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What size battery. A 'normal' car battery needs a lot more current than 0.5A usually to recharge.No, my battery just needs a charger.
>1% for lead-acid? Sure for a new, top condition battery. Preventing sulfation is another important consideration. You need to blast those plates with extra energy to prevent crystal build-up.What is the discharge rate per day? It should be less than 1% according to the standard, but in reality I see it to be a lot more.
There is no offense at all my friend. My comments were only directed at saving you time and money in the long run. I'm an expert at murdering batteries for fun and profit.I did not mean to offend you, I just expected a lot of losses and since the transformer current needs to be less in order to prevent overheating, I though the LM317 will not be good, especially since most modules are only for voltage control and not for current control.
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