Monitoring and Charge-Control of Lead-Acid Batteries in Photovoltaic Applications
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This paper presents a microcontroller-based charge controller suitable for photovoltaic applications. The controller performs temperature-compensated charge control. It also monitors and stores those parameters that provide an indication of batteries' state of charge and state of health: Panel's voltage, battery's voltage and current, current demanded by a load and temperature.
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