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Inductive Battery Charging Circuit (NiMH/NiCd)

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Learn how to make a simple inductive battery charger for your NiMH/NiCd rechargeable batteries(2 to 4). The circuit in the video is for charging (2) batteries in series. This circuit operates in a very similar way as an ultrasonic toothbrush charger. The charging rate is slow(25-30mA), which can be made higher if desired, but it does charge well. The toothbrush charger uses a PWM IC to produce the high frequency pulses (75khz) into the primary winding with feedback to adjust the output under load, and this circuit uses a 555 IC to produce 42-46khz pulses into the primary winding to simplify the circuit. The transformerless power supply shown in this video is designed to power the exact circuit shown in this video. If you modify the primary winding and the circuit draws more current, then you will have to modify the transformerless power supply to deliver more current. You can also power the circuit using a very small 12V transformer. Don't be afraid to experiment with different coils/windings!

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Link to Charger Schematic:

http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t507/lookingfordbn/SNV33305_zpsfb832e2c.jpg


Link to Transformerless Power Supply:

http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t507/lookingfordbn/SNV33304_zps38e0bc97.jpg

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