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'[EE]:Chargeing batteries'
2000\06\26@234823 by goflo

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Jilles, take a look through

http://www.panasonic.com/industrial_oem/battery/battery_oem/batteries_oem_home.htm

Some data in there, if you look, scattered amidst lots of pretty,
useless graphics.
I designed and built a NiMH charger with data from this site.
(Over a year ago, & the place still has'nt burned down... :)

regards, Jack

Jilles Oldenbeuving wrote:
> Could somebody point me to some resources regarding battery recharging?
> I searched the net for this 2 full day's and couldn't find something of
> use...
> The objective is to get a battery (NiCd/Li+/whatever) that fits into a
> remote
> control, that is rechargable, with say a MAX1736, or with just some
> descrites. The battery voltage would typically be 3.3 ... 3.6 or so. Can
> somebody help
> me out here?


'[EE]:Chargeing batteries'
2000\07\03@011810 by goflo
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Jilles, take a look through

http://www.panasonic.com/industrial_oem/battery/battery_oem/batteries_oem_home.htm

Some data in there, if you look, scattered amidst lots of pretty,
useless graphics.
I designed and built a NiMH charger with data from this site.
(Over a year ago, & the place still has'nt burned down... :)

regards, Jack

Jilles Oldenbeuving wrote:
> Could somebody point me to some resources regarding battery recharging?
> I searched the net for this 2 full day's and couldn't find something of
> use...
> The objective is to get a battery (NiCd/Li+/whatever) that fits into a
> remote
> control, that is rechargable, with say a MAX1736, or with just some
> descrites. The battery voltage would typically be 3.3 ... 3.6 or so. Can
> somebody help
> me out here?

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