Re: fast charging rectifier.
yes, sir! it's a compliment!!!
Originally Posted by hacker
to have a fast charger, it should have a higher voltage AND amp rating.
but sir, i get a little confused on the underlined expalnations.
as i understand, FLUCTUATION is a variation in an extensive or intensive quantity, such as energy, density or voltage, from its spatial or temporal average.
i therefore think of the neg AND pos voltage fluctuations, but the 2 seem to have the same regulation capabitlity aside from the certain voltage SET on the variable regulator.
"there are two types of regulator. fixed and variable.
un fixed, kung ano yun indicated na output voltage nya, yun na yun. kahit may fluctuation ka sa input, the output would be the same. that's how it regulates.
yun variable naman same lang ng fixed. the only diffirence is you can vary the output. walang lalabas na voltage higher than your setting kahit may fluctuation pa sa input."
how high can we set a variable regulator's voltage to charge a certain battery faster? i assume percentage ito ng naturing na baterya, di po ba?
and given that we have a "variable fast charging regulator", when can we say that a battery is not or is overcharging if this will give us a stable higher voltage and regardless of fluctuations?
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