Comparison of Wet and Dry Battery Charging to Improve Charging Time Using a Power Converter Adapter


Faisal Irsan Pasaribu, Noorly Evalina, Partaonan Harahap

 DOI10.5110/77. 1611               Page:   123-134      Vol: 19    Issue: 06   Year: 2024

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In most cases, the vehicle battery has its own charging system. Battery charging generally has a cut-off system to keep the battery lasting. The emergence of manual chargers and automatic chargers still has adjustment criteria according to the type of ampere-hour (AH) and battery voltage. This research aims to create a reliable automatic and manual 12V-5Ah battery charger device capable of regulating and stabilizing current and voltage measurements for wet and dry batteries. The method used is a battery charging system tool kit assembly system with a good electrical converter system so that it can protect against noise, good electric current and unstable electric voltage from the electricity source. The voltage difference between the normal and automatic settings on the charger, when tested without load, was measured at 1.35 volts. Additionally, the frequency difference between the two states was found to be 3.30 kHz. The average voltage measured in the typical and automatic settings was 14.80 volts, and the average frequency was 8.25 kHz. For a 100% battery charging time of 120 minutes, the normal voltage produced is 13.55 volts; for 100% automatic charging conditions for 80-minutes the voltage is 13.58 volts. Under general conditions, the charging time for a completely discharged dry battery is 100-minutes, producing a voltage of 13.7 Vdc. In contrast, the charging duration for a fully automatic process is 70-minutes, resulting in a voltage of 13.73 volts dc. From the results of this research, it is hoped that IoT technology can continue to develop.


Automatic Battery Charging, Pulse Repair, Converter Adapter, Stable Current and Voltage, Power Quality

Received:  04 June 2024

Accepted:   21 June 2024

Published: 29 June 2024