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NiCd Battery Charger Circuit [Project]
posted October 7 2013 14:16.47 by spic0m




This NiCd baterry charger circuit schematic can charge 6 volts as well as 12 volts NiCad batteries. It uses a transformer which can deliver 4 to 5 A current between 12.6 and 15 V. Ordinary chargers select the charging voltage through a switch but the circuit featured here uses an automatic current regulator.

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