Compared to the ” Simple Electronic Battery Punctuation Circuit ” projects that have been shared before, battery puncturing circuitry does not have at least a transformer winding function. When triggered by the switch, the NE555 timer is used. When the SB1 button is pressed, the output is activated during the set time. This circuit can cause a failure of the MOSFET and the battery when voltage is applied for a considerable period of time.
Supply of NE555 integrator 5v 1a relay at output provided with 9v battery 5 parallel connected IRLB4132 Controlling MOSFETs IRLB4132 MOSFETs IRF1404, IRF1405, IRF1104, IRF1324 can be used in place of MOSFETs High-voltage voltage source required for battery puncture cycle 2 4400mA 3.7V LiPo batteries connected in parallel
A large cooler was not used as it provided instantaneous current control from the molds. All systems were mounted on pillars and connected to a parallel cable of 8 … 10 1.5mm for thick cable which would withstand high flux in puncture probes.
BATTERY PUNCTUATION SCHEMATIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM