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Hello!. I am mounting a solar charge controller. with floating voltage !. the schematic illustrated is as follows. A voltage of 27.6V is introduced, which passes through 3 diodes of 10 Amperes. along with this voltage of 27.6V, passes a current of maximum 22 amper (which is distributed by 3 diodes with a capacity of 10 Amper each). the darlington high power transistor will regulate the current according to the capacity of the battery (in this case the maximum that the battery can be charged is 10% of its total capacity in "Ah" Ex: 24V | 220ah = 22A in case the client connects a 100ah battery, it will regulate the current through the IHM in 10A. From time to time the microcontroller disconnects the relay rl3 and makes a comparison in the voltage divider R1 and R4 (case less than 5v, the relay will turn on again until it reaches 5v.). in the battery manual the recommended discharge and up to 11.1V (secure). the question is: what is the current consumed so that the battery reaches 11.1V? ex: will you have to consume "x amper" as I do this calculation to size the load and discharge time in the circuit correctly? obs: some resistors with merely illustrative resistance. Thanks in advance battery reference manual https://moura-portal.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/2017/07/MANUAL_CLEAN_NANO_V13_06_DEZ_16.pdf pag11

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