Equivalent 48V/1Kw or higher charger

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Looking to design a 48V/1KW or higher charger with switch(toggle) for lead acid or Li-Ion battery selection type.  

Found one reference design from Infineon: https://www.infineon.com/cms/med...

infineon code availability is an issue. Any other company which has reference design for charger with selection option for both lead and Li-Ion battery?

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Vindhyachal Takniki wrote:
infineon code availability is an issue

What is the issue?

 

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Money I suspect.

Ross McKenzie ValuSoft Melbourne Australia

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Looking to design a 48V/1KW or higher charger with switch(toggle)

you won't get or make cheaper than this...patch in you own signals to control voltage & current from a little charger chip or AVR program...you can get cheaper versions without the display

1000W Switching Power Supply Digital Display Adjustable DC 0-12v 24v 36v 48v 60V 80V

https://www.amazon.com/Switching...

 

cheaper

https://www.amazon.com/YI-MEI-Sw...

 

 

 

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1KW or higher charger with switch(toggle) for lead acid or Li-Ion battery selection type.  

 

BOOM!

 

Opps, I bumped the switch...

 

JC 

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Opps, I bumped the switch...

 

Gotta watch those switches or you will be having a teambuilding conference call with the boss... can't you see we are busy?  

We''ll have to wait until George is finished microwaving his popcorn

 

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Last Edited: Sun. Apr 4, 2021 - 07:00 PM
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Infineon gives code to big established companies only, thats why i am looking if some other company also have reference design for something similiar i.e charger which can be used for both lead acid and li-ion with just a switch,

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Vindhyachal Takniki wrote:
Looking to design a 48V/1KW or higher charger with switch(toggle) for lead acid or Li-Ion battery selection type.  

 

Another one of your Internet freelance jobs you need others to build for you?

 

1000 watts charging for Li-Ion is not for the faint of heart, small of mind, or cheap in pocket.  Same thing goes for SLA.  That Infineon unit in your OP is almost $1200.00usd.  Whats the target price for this?

 

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Not exactly in the same league as the OP's  48V, 1KW "or higher" requirement! 

 

surprise

 

As the other Jim suggests, that's well into the realms where special considerations are required ...

 

 

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Take a power supply...you probably cannot build a 1 KW one yourself cheaper. since they are in immense quantities..then just add on some controls, so it provides charging action---have you looked into that?

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Found some other IC like: https://www.analog.com/en/produc...

https://www.analog.com/en/produc...

But they are most of for MPPT algo.