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Balance charging lipo cells with balance charger

I like to build a 14.4 v batterie pack from 4 x 2 lipo cells. But the balance charger can only handle 6 cells. In videos it looks like as if the balance lead is connected between two cells. So that ...
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What is the proper procedure to charge a lead acid battery?

and thanks in advance for your answers. I have a 12v 6Ah lead acid battery, and have been instructed to charge it using a configurable power source. They told me I should use a float charge, ...
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Question about straightening the pins of a resettable polyfuse

I have resettable polyfuses like the picture below. I am working on some PCB boards where I solder the wires myself on the PCB. Because it is very hard/cumbersome work to solder very small wires, I ...
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low impedance as GND and current measurement, applied voltage sharing the same lead

(Image 1 is for the general idea, image2 is for questions 1 and 2, image 3 is for the 3rd question) In the setup shown below, the tuning fork is driven by an AC voltage source being connected to one ...
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Question about lead acid batteries? [duplicate]

I am having two batteries of different specs (both, dry cell, UPS/inverter batteries) Battery A: 12 V, 26 Ah Battery B: 12 V, 7.2 Ah I need a 24 V output so I have connected them in series. My ...
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Charging a smartphone with lead acid battery [duplicate]

I am trying to do this prototype where I require a smartphone to be charged for a substantial amount of time(probably as long as possible, like months or if possible years). Hence I was thinking of ...
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Why does voltage always lead current by 90 degrees in an inductor?

I have learnt that in an inductor voltage leads current by 90 degrees. However, I do not fully understand why it is 90 degrees. I have been looking everywhere for more information on why this is so. ...
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How does High Purity Lead Solder react with Orthophosphoric acid [closed]

I am currently reviewing all processes and chemicals used in my firm and the one I came across this week is that we are using a high purity lead solder with Orthophosphoric acid. Ignoring the CLAW ...
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Lead acid charging

I am thinking about designing a car battery charge maintainer for long trips/car storage, and use a solar panel as an energy source. All other things aside, a few questions: Can you use standard CC/...
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Removing Lead from surfaces/floors

I have been doing some soldering in my garage, and because of my solder sucker, there is a some lead dust/powder on the table and floor. What would be the best methods for cleaning up as much of this ...
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Finding proper motor for lead screw lifting?

I need to lift amount 0.6 kilogram up to 20 cm in 2 second with Permanent Magnet DC Motor with PWM speed control driver ,for this device: So i have one PM dc motor with 300 RPM MAX,12 V and 2 Watt ...
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charging a lead acid battery bank with a 19v laptop charger

I am new to the forum and I notice that you have decent positive discussion and tips which also includes noobs on any given electrics related topic, I was requested to post it as a new question here: ...
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Understanding Lead in a causal system

I've gone through school and done all the work but looking back at it i still don't quite get it. The rule is current in a capacitor leads and in an inductor lags. The inductor makes perfect sense ...