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Balance hybrid/EV battery packs to extend operational lifetime: Pt. 2—Algorithm and lab tests

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re: Balance hybrid/EV battery packs to extend operational lifetime: Pt. 2—Algorithm and lab tests
agk   12/21/2011 12:34:52 PM
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To do balancing connections are to be provided from each cell of the battery. So it is possible to charge these cells individually with simple circuits and we do not need switching resistors and algorithms. A single power chip integrating constant current charge,measuring and control circuit,trickle charge will make life simpler. This will be 3 or 4 terminal device can be easily fixed on top of the battery on a heat sink.

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