The assignment is intended for charging battery(s) by DC from AC supply of power. DC power supplied for a battery’s charger is a derivative from a thyristor controlled rectifier mechanism. AC supply of power is useful to a link rectifier consisting of diodes and a TRIAC achieving preferred power from the micro controller.
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Industrial Battery Charger Block Diagram
Photo of the Industrial Battery Charger Kit
This assignment of industrial battery charger brings into use zero crossing point of the waveform which is sensed by a comparator whose productivity is then supplied to the micro controller. The micro controller endow with necessary delay in triggering control to a TRIAC via opto isolator edge. As a final point the power is supplied to the load via triac in succession with the linking rectifier. The DC output which is rectified and controlled is provided to the load i.e., a resistor employed in our project as a substitute of a battery. The DC voltage thus produced is calculated by utilizing a multi-meter. In this industrial battery charger project we have used a microcontroller which is from 8051 family which is edged via push button keys employed for rising or lessening the DC voltage for appropriate charging reasons.
This particular project can be improved further by employing direct 230 volt power supply rather than 12 volt AC to the linked rectifier for obtaining high voltage to control for charging numerous of batteries connected in a sequence.