A question about battery dischargers

A question about battery dischargers

Since: Feb 13

Lugo, Spain

#1 Feb 7, 2013
Hello!

How do the modern battery discharger control the current constant while the battery voltage diminishes?

Thank you!
Manequin

A Coruņa, Spain

#2 Feb 8, 2013
This is because if current keeps constant the discharged capacity can be easily calculated as current x time (in Ah). This is what they told me in Amperis which is a battery discharger manufacturer.
hussain

Hyderabad, India

#3 Feb 8, 2013
Respected sir , i'm confused about a term charging a battery?? battery means it is a combination of 2 layers(p,n) in which electrons are in rest position until it is being connected by a load through a wire whose one end is connected to +ve & another is connected to -ve terminal?

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