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Old 12-17-2018, 11:04 PM
luc2010 luc2010 is offline
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Originally Posted by ilandtan View Post
Idea 1: I would use a conventional charger and that has a meter on it, which tell you when the battery is full, stop charging and take a voltage reading of the battery, then place a discharge load for five minutes and see where you're voltage is at; use that as your max voltage setting. Then you can buy an overchager module for 15 bucks and then set it to that voltage. Reasoning: There would be no need to supply more than that voltage so the cutoff would determine your answer.

Idea 2: Buy a solar charger module and feed it with your capacitive source voltage. Let the module manage the three stages. Reasoning: The circuit is designed to do the thinking, no brainer.
saved for later use!

Sir,
you ever come up with a simple solution?

best regards
luc2010
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