Lead Acid Battery Manager

Renewable Energy Storage - Lead Acid Battery Manager


A lead acid battery consists of six cells connected in series, and the state of charge typically ranges from 10.6 V to 12.9 V. A lead acid battery’s state of health is permanently damaged when discharged beyond a lower threshold voltage. When it is charged above an upper threshold voltage, the battery becomes a safety hazard. TI solutions and reference designs allow extended battery’s life and increased charging efficiency, safely. For example:

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PDF 575 KB 11 Mar 2009 139

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