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Message started by John Keszler on 04/23/10 at 10:14:29

Title: Power
Post by John Keszler on 04/23/10 at 10:14:29
HI all!

I have two battery's powering my robot :
http://www.all-battery.com/6v200mahnimhsidebysiderxreceiverbatterypackswhitecconnectorforrcaircraftswalkingrobot-2.aspx
and
http://www.all-battery.com/12v2600mahnimhbatterypack11620.aspx

how can i protect my battery's from having short circuit and/or
overload
what do you suggest i use (what kind of fuses, circuit etc...)?

Thanks Regards


John Alex Keszler

Title: Re: Power
Post by kryptik on 09/03/10 at 15:10:26
I suggest you use some Diodes( you may need to find circuits specific to your purpose) , also to prevent short circuiting make sure you have properly isolated the battery terminals from each other.

And usually the on board regulator does a good job.

Title: Re: Power
Post by barragan on 09/03/10 at 23:03:41
hi, if your batteries are connected to the Wiring power plug, there is a diode to prevent damage in case you make a mistake connecting power inversely and there is also a power regulation circuit and a fuse to prevent short circuits or mistakes get back to your computer and power supply.
As kryptik is mentioning the diodes or a fuse can protect your battery pack depending on your application. Check this application note: http://focus.ti.com/lit/an/slva139/slva139.pdf

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