Please advise me as to whether or not a current limiting circuit such as this one :
would be the ideal choice for my goal of charging 2 parallel lithium ion batteries with a string of super caps.
My circuit :
1). 7.2 vmax, 210 F super cap string >>
2). Boost convert to 8.4 volts output with a max of 5 A ouput when lithium ion batteries are at a minimum charge of 6.5 volts(i measures the output current with the battery load at 6.5 volt charge level >>
3) current limiter, limit current tfrom 5 A to maximum battery charge rate of 2.4 A ( one battery max charge rate is 1.2 A but I have two in parallel for a 2.4 A charge rate)
4). Load: (2) 8.4 Vmax lithium ion batteries in parallel.
Any advice would be appreciated. I would like to do this efficiently and without the use of resistive current limiting.