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Low cost constant current regulator (CCR) charging solution for rechargeable batteries

Original Air Date: Dec 14, 2011 | Duration: 15 minutes Webinar
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Overview:
The growing importance of portable electronic products such as cell phones, MP3 players and digital cameras in our daily lives has led to widespread use of rechargeable batteries. Ensuring efficient charging of these batteries allows the manufacturers of these products to gain a competitive advantage and enhance the overall user experience.

This webinar will look at how a constant current regulator or CCR can be used to create a low power, low cost, high efficiency charging solution that is suitable for rechargeable batteries covering a broad selection of different target applications, from standard AA batteries used in the domestic environment, to portable consumer devices, right through to handheld power tools.

Presenter:
Steven Shackell, Applications Engineer, Standard Products Group, ON Semiconductor
Steven Shackell is an applications engineer for new products in the Standard Products Group at ON Semiconductor. He supports discrete devices for end products ranging from mobile phones, portable computers, and industrial & automotive applications. Mr. Shackell will complete his BSEE at Arizona State University in May 2012.

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bpafree Posted Jan 23, 2014

This is interesting because last year I had to rebuilt the battery pack in my prius.Since it was a NimH pack in parallel only 2 of the cells actually had to be replaced and the rest were fine. Problem was equalizing all of the batteries with the same maH. Each battery needed to be charged and discharged 3 times and I only had a few chargers. orlando car accident attorney

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