During the past year, I replaced a lot of batteries in my home with a lot of batteries, I replaced the batteries with Li-ion batteries, I boosted them. Lantern radios, Led lantern, Hand broom etc …
One of the radio lanterns was working with 6v battery and the other one was 1.5v pen pile. One of the two Li-ion batteries was enough for the battery powered Li-ion battery + stray wire serial 1n4007 diode connected with a voltage of about 0.7v ..
Led flashlight 6v battery 1 Li-ion battery is enough Bleached batteries 3 serial Ni Mh batteries connected 3.6v in it 2 Li-ion pliers connected in parallel
For the radio and LED lantern charging circuits, the MCP73831 is available in a tiny SOT-23-5 jacket that can power up to 500mA. There is a LED indicator on the status of the battery and it is being used with few external circuit elements. I used the 5V adapter as the power source for the circuits I put into the devices
I used the battery protection modules inthe output of the MCP73831 charging circuit in the ” Some Li-Ion Pins ” circuits , but I did not use these modules for the vacuum cleaner.
I also inserted the bubble charge circuit in the adapter when the vacuum cleaner is tripped if the MCP73831 charge circuit is connected. In the case of MCP73831 R1 resistor is used for current setting, I use 2.2K, 500mA 2K, 240MA 4.2K, 160MA 6.34K, 130MA 7.87K, 100MA 10K capacitors in 10K input and output will be poleless.
MCP73831 LI-ION BATTERY CHARGING CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
At that time I had informed about the TP4056 modules, but the prices were 1 amperes at the proper power, but I did the PBC in different sizes for the MCP73831
I recently used the TP4056 module for the Li-ion battery charger, and I have 3 Li-ion batteries.
I needed to use a separate power supply for each of the TP4056 modules. There were a few high power SMPS cards in the box, but they did not save anything. I ‘ve been repairing defective 1.6A 5V SMPS adapters at my hand and using it on the device I’ve been waiting for the repair of SMPS adapters in a long corner. I also used the defective SMPS adapter box for boxing.
I installed the 3-Li-ion battery socket on the box and soldered the modules to the solder modules. I cut the box part of the box to see the charge status and added red mica …
If you have a high-power SMPS adapter, you do not need to use a separate power supply for the TP4056 modules.
Firstly I cut the perforated plaque according to the box and inserted the cards. I added a passive EMI filter to the 220v input .
The current of the TP4056 charger integration can be adjusted. TP4056 modules are usually equipped with “Prog” resistors for the highest output current The TP4056 can be set to 130mA … 1000mA by changing the resistor connected to pin 2.
If the power supply in your hand is slightly above the power charging current, for example, if you use a 5V 1A adapter, you must set the TP4056 module current at your hand to 800mA or less, or your adapter may fail or go into protection.
WHAT SHOULD BE THE BATTERY CHARGE CURRENT?
Charging current to be used when charging the battery varies according to the power of the battery. Below table shows charging current information of LG, SONY, PANASONIC, SANYO, SAMSUNG batteries.
The green zone is the appropriate charging current for long battery life. Battery brand varies from odeline to 0.3 … ..1.5a.
The yellow charge is the standard charge current listed by the battery manufacturer.
The orange region shows the current values given by the generator for fast charging, but the fast charging reduces the battery life excessively and is dangerous, additional measures must be taken.
By looking at the manufacturer’s information according to the brand and model of the battery in your hand, you should learn the charge current and adjust the charge module or device accordingly, which is good for battery life.
Update: I am adding a question and a question in a different article to the article and it may be beneficial to the person concerned. In addition to a few …
@ Basri Acar 2018/04/21
Mr. Gevv, I made a battery of 80 volts at 4.7 volts from 18650 lithium batteries. Kismetse, in the coming months I will travel on a long route for cancer susceptibility with a 5-meter cannon. That’s why I keep amperes high. But I can not find the circuit I want because I will charge it with the solar panel. I am very happy if you can help with this.
If your solar panel is 6v, your job is easier, but can you connect the high current panel to the kanoya? the size becomes bigger in the base.
The TP4056 modules are connected in parallel (as mentioned in some forums) and try to connect and try as in the following diagram, the current rises as the number of modules increases (usually 2 modules are used ..)
TP4056 Parallel connection status has been investigated in a more detailed application has been sold on ebay 4 TP4056 parallel connection module 3A power is specified. All of the integrations have 1.5k 780mA in the current-resistance plot of the 1.5k plug-in current regulator resistor, resulting in a total charging current of 3.1A. I think the charge current can be used 1A, but I think the PCB size for cooling is bigger, so I kept the current low.
Parallel connection only 1 display LEDs of the integrators are connected, the LED connection legs of the other integrators are left empty. + 2 inputs of the integrations + 2 SS54 shock diodes are connected in parallel. Power 5A voltage 40V
TP4056 4X PARALLEL CONNECTION SCHEMATIC
If you use a complex module, you can use it by connecting diodes to each module + plus input like the 6V solar panel connection above. TP4056 integrated input voltage minimum 4V maximum 8V ideally 5V use proposed Upper schematic parallel diode connected very little voltage loss if parallel If your input voltage is 5V, it would be better to use a shock diode, the 0.7V loss on 6V will not cause a problem, but the 5V input voltage may be a problem because the integration will be lost.
Update: I needed an external charger to fit the TP4056 module to the box of any 5v SMPS adapters, but it’s not very healthy, but it’s rarely a problem and it’s ok to use it 🙂