power management using microcontroller.

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hi guys, i have to charge a battery[160ah] using ac power. when the ac power is down, the battery has to be charged using solar power. when the solar power is down , battery has to be charged by a generator.. i want to display which power source is charging the battery.
i want to use a micro controller for handling all these..

i want some help in deciding which peripherals to be used and how...

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ehhhh
display would be handy, or do you intend to use leds's to indicate ?

further the choise is up to you. You will be the designer of this product, so you have to know why you used certain parts.

and what parts you need is up to the specifications you make. with regards to applied voltages used currents and regulations regarding high power devices in the country you intend to sell/use it.

with regards to using a display. First write down how fancy you want everything to be, so you know what you want. Then make sure that you have spoken to a few collegues and convince them that this is what you minimum need with regard to the display.

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ac line voltage is 230v 50 amps..
solar power is 24v volts dc.
generator power is again 230v 50 amps.
what ahould i use to bring down the ratings to 3v range that is suitable for a micro controller..

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who is he? a memeber of this forum only?

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i want to know which voltage transducer should be used to basically compare two high voltage dc lines on an analog comparator of atmega32..

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Ever mind learning the electronics basics before playing idiotic dangerous games with high voltages/currents?

Warning: Grumpy Old Chuff. Reading this post may severely damage your mental health.

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its a process dude. i am learning..

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some one reply me on the general electronics division of this forum. i have given the same question there.

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yaswanth2008 wrote:
its a process dude. i am learning..

Then come back when the process is succesfully finished, instead of cross posting your idiotic questions.

Warning: Grumpy Old Chuff. Reading this post may severely damage your mental health.

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if u know something about my doubt, u may answer. else please let others solve my doubt.. i am not playing around here.. forget about cross posting for a while

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Nobody will waste time explaining the relativity theory to a 2-year old baby. School yourself first.

Warning: Grumpy Old Chuff. Reading this post may severely damage your mental health.

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