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THis sounds like an SLA type. All batteries rise in ESR rapidly as SoC gets low , which causes this apparent Load Regulation error. i.e. the ratio of source to load ESR. When equal voltage drops 50% when load is 9x ESR of battery voltage will drop (1/(1+9)) *100%= 10% and 10% of 12V is 1.2V drop. Thus a better indicator (...)
IC4B just lights up some LEDs: D9 = normal operation; D10 = overcurrent condition (D11 it's an output voltage indicator). R19 (0.02ohm) is the current sense resistor. When the output current reaches 10A, the voltage drop across R19 is 0.2V so IC4A switches its output to low (IN+ of IC4A is adjusted to 0.2V in that (...)
But battery voltage is around 12V DC. To measure current through a low-ohm resistor, your meter will give readings below 1/10 V DC. A typical multimeter can do this. Not sure about a battery monitor. And if you want to measure AC, it will require some more components.
Forget the 555 it is completely useless for voltage monitoring. It is easier to make the LED light up when the voltage is high enough and go out as the voltage drops but even then it's quite easy. Before explaining, you need to set some parameters. For example, it's no good saying the LED should light up when a 9V battery drops (...)
I 've made a boost converter with L6920 As you can see in the image, at LBO pin I've put the cathode of the LED. LBO is an open drain output, which goes low (does that mean it gets grounded???) when the battery voltage goes below the treshold we h
I'm trying to both protect a two cell LiPo pack and also indicate to a human when the pack is getting low. I chose to use a pair of voltage supervisors due to their low current consumption. One kills the system when the voltage drops to roughly 6.2V, simple enough. The other is used to switch from a green LED to a red LED (...)
Anybody know working of this circuit???77864 This is a circuit diagram of an indicator + 2 Amp charger to sense/charge battery of 12 volts. Working principle of this circuit is the battery voltage compared with the reference voltage. By using the LM324 IC, which is a low Power Quad Ope
As :pH has already pointed out... we have no idea what could be the difference between Vbatt and Vpwr. For instance, if Vbatt and Vpwr have almost the same dc voltage and Vpwr has very low ripple then you will need using the two non-connected terminals of the DTDP switch. Kerim
A Simple add-on circuit that can be connected to most occasionally used 9V battery-powered equipment to give a low battery warning is shown in Fig.. It is simply connected to the circuit so that it is powered up when the main circuit is turned on. With a new battery, the l.e.d. D1 should light briefly. This period will get progressively longer unti
It would be interesting to know what is the indicator resistance at 10% water level. My idea is that near the very low water level the indicator becomes nonlinear or at certain low level is opencircuited. Maybe the usefull range of indicator doe not need to be up tu 35Mohms and the indicator (...)
It’s unfinished project of Lama V4 heli. The problem with that model is a diode that indicate low battery level, which is poorly visable. To have long fun with power package, you need to keep voltage limit per cell – a
We have an installation with around 70 units with a PIC16f648 driving a low power rs584 chip. These run via a a central 12v psu. Each unit has onboard 5v reg, filtering and surge suppression and is wired in various star and series configuration. These transmit back to a single receiver in an indicator panel. voltage is down to about 7v at (...)
i think when Dout or Din are low then you will get respective LED ON.
You have to sense the voltage on the line. If the modem is using the line the voltage will be low 11-17VDC. If the line is available, the voltage will be around 48VDC. So your circuit could easily lockout the phone by activating a relay when the modem is in use.
maybe you can let heat be your wattage indicator, like a resettable thermal fuse mounted on the heatsink that shutsdown the supply if open, or a thermal resistor that pulls an enable pin low when its hot enough