12 VOLTS AUTOMATIC BATTERY CHARGING SYSTEM

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ABSTRACT
This design is aimed at providing a system that has the capability of recharging batteries after use. The design is to incorporate an auto charging cut off circuit that operates when the battery is fully charged to avoid damaging the device and also a low voltage circuit which prevents the system from damage should in case the battery voltage level drops to a particular preset value.  This design is used to charge batteries not exceeding 36volts and a lineup of batteries not exceeding 10 in number. The current supply of the charging system does not exceed 3amp per charging time.


TABLE OF CONTENT

Title Page
Certification
Approval Page
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Abstract
TABLE OF CONTENT
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
1.1    Background study
1.2    Aims and objectives
1.3    Scope of the project
1.4    Limitation of the design
1.5    Definition of important terms
1.6    Project report organization

CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1 Origin
2.2 Overview of the project
2.3 Merits and demerits of the project
CHAPTER THREE: DESIGN METHODOLOGY
3.1 Concept of the project
3.2 Project specification
3.3 Design pattern
3.4 Design approach
3.5 Design processes
3.6 Packaging
CHAPTER FOUR: SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATIO AND DESIGN
4.1 Circuit description
4.2 Component analysis
4.2.1 Power supply
4.2.2 Rectifiers
4.2.3 Capacitors
4.2.3 Voltage regulation
4.2.4 Resistors
4.2.5 Logic gates
4.2.6 Transistors
4.2.7 Relays
4.2.7 Switchers
4.3 Block diagram of the project
4.4 Modules and their functions
4.5 Circuit diagram
4.6 Circuit analysis and how it works
CHAPTER FIVE: SYSTEM TEST AND BILL OF ENGINNERING
5.1 Component test
5.1.1 Transformer test
5.1.2 Diode test
5.1.3 Capacitor test
5.2 Bill of engineering
CHAPTER SIX: SUMMARY
6.1 Summary
6.2 Recommendation
6.3 Problems encounter
6.4 Solutions archived
6.5 Conclusion
Appendix A: System component list
Appendix B: Component cost analysis table
Appendix C: Circuit diagram layout
Appendix D: Circuit wiring schedule
Appendix E: Complete system schematic diagram
Appendix F: System source code
Appendix G: System User’s guild
Appendix H: Project package photograph
Appendix I: Microcontroller/Microprocessor instruction set





















































































































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