Category Archives: lead acid batteries

Just Some Idle Notes

Other chargers have been attempted for charging “Primary” Alkaline cells, but they too suffered various limitations, from undercharging the cell so it had minimal capacity, or they suffered from the same failures from heat of the “Alkaline Charger”- Namely leakage and small explosions. This is usually the result of a lack of diffusion and localized heating within the cells. The cycling will hopefully address this issue so effective charging will occur. Continue reading

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Atmospheric Power Tap: Fact or fiction? We shall see.

I came across it while looking for information that led to the capacitive charger circuit I blogged about earlier this year. Some called this next arrangement a “Capacitive Charger” but it really isn’t that at all. In the realm of “free energy,” this one is about as close to realistic as most of those concepts get. Continue reading

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A Partial Update on Capacitive Charger

I added some capacitance to the charger, so now there is 10 microfarads total capacitance. I just added them parallel to the original. Rain has prevented using the charger for over a week. Until the charger is fully tested, the … Continue reading

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Capacitor, Capacitive Battery Charger Circuit.

My preliminary battery chosen was a motorcycle battery that had been sitting outside over winter, and was likely 4 to 7 years old and therefore an excellent candidate for sulphated plates. The charger itself is nothing more than an industrial bridge rectifier I could only infer was a 9 Amp 900 volt PIV as I could not locate a datasheet. The capacitor was a 250 VAC, 3 microfarad capacitor- non-polarized. That was it. Not counting cord or wires. The capacitor was wired to the line side of the mains power, in the event of a failure, it was the shortest potentially exposed path for AC current in the event of failure. Continue reading

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