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charging batteries

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by [email protected], Mar 29, 2005.

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    Can I use my dc power supply to charge rechargable batteries? Not AA's
    but something like a motorcycle battery.
    Thanks, Raul
     
  2. If it has a settable or appropriate current limit (say, an ampere or
    so) to protect a defective or really run down battery from
    overheating, and a voltage regulation setting that is also appropriate
    (say, 6.8 or 13.6 volts), to limit the charge to no more than full,
    then sure.
     
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