Public domain charge controller design

Here is a link (updated February with English description) to an electronic circuit project load controller for battery voltage regulation.  It’s by Antonio Cecere, who translated my windmill plans into Italian, and the controller project is also in Italian although the electronics are clear enough in any language.

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I live off-grid in NW Scotland and have spent my life playing with wind turbines. I also love small hydros. Hands on renewable energy is my thing and I like to learn and to share my experiences.
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5 Responses to Public domain charge controller design

  1. Robert Quijano says:

    good day sir,
    can i ask in your circuit what is a purpose of puting resistor in R13 and R15 ?? can i put load like lights on that thank you sir for your answer..

    • admin says:

      hi robert
      yes you can use lights but make sure that the bulbs do not blow?
      I have a friend in WA USA who used headlights of a bus on a hilltop to dump power, and he could see them flashing on and off and knew the windmill was still there up on the mountain charging the radio batteries.

  2. laltu adak says:

    hi i am laltu form india…please give me circuit daigram this 200w 12v soler controler pcb.

  3. admin says:

    Antonio has sent an updated file with an English Abstract and this is now available from the link above. thanks, Antonio!

  4. wind kit says:

    Nice design. As you say it is clear in any language.

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