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Re: Using cheap adjustable power supply to get 80% charge?

Posted: Feb 18 2020 6:40am
by zeccato
john61ct wrote:
Feb 18 2020 5:44am
zeccato wrote:can you confirm to me that holding the c.v. too long could have consequences neither for the longevity of the battery?
Thank you, I understand.

i think all cheap chinese battery charger, the c.v. works the same way.

Re: Using cheap adjustable power supply to get 80% charge?

Posted: Feb 18 2020 7:56am
by john61ct
I have read that some do hold CV, to some % of amps originally put out like 10%.

Or some that have a fixed time, aka eggtimer.

Re: Using cheap adjustable power supply to get 80% charge?

Posted: Mar 03 2020 4:30am
by zeccato
I'm surprised that after several questions, no one informed me about the existence of isdt bc-8s,
I have to thank jonyjoe303 that have informed about it in the forum: This is another monitor isdt bc-8s that also has a overvoltage alarm. This one will alarm on li-ion and also lifepo4, over voltage setting programmable.

CHARGERY BM16, (Negative for me): choose model: lipo or liifepo4, if in the future I take a li-ion battery, the lifepo4 will not go.
So maybe I'll buy 2 or 3 isdt bc-8s,
oo I can charge the 48v 16s lifepo4 battery at 80-95% without bms with more security (with the power supply).
isdt bc-8s.jpg
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Re: Using cheap adjustable power supply to get 80% charge?

Posted: Mar 03 2020 8:53am
by john61ct
Not supposed to be cross-posting the same content to multiple threads.

Use links for cross-referencing

viewtopic.php?p=1533910#p1533910

Re: Using cheap adjustable power supply to get 80% charge?

Posted: Mar 03 2020 9:22am
by zeccato
Thanks, next time, I did it so I wouldn't waste time translating.