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Publikācija: Composition of Alternative Energy Battery Charging Station

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Nosaukums oriģinālvalodā Composition of Alternative Energy Battery Charging Station
Pētniecības nozare 2. Inženierzinātnes un tehnoloģijas
Pētniecības apakšnozare 2.7. Vides inženierija un enerģētika
Autori Janis Laceklis-Bertmanis
Uldis Putnieks
Māris Gailis
Liene Kancevica
Atslēgas vārdi photovoltaic modules, alternative energy, power station, battery charging station
Anotācija The paper focuses on the composition of a battery charging station. The proposed charging station can be used for charging batteries of electric bicycles, using solar radiation as the main source of energy. The station contains 10 photovoltaic panels with total maximal power up to 2000 Watts. The harvested energy is accumulated in local batteries (24 V 300 Ah). During a regular summer day it is possible to charge up to 19 (12 Ah 36 V) electrical bicycle batteries. The key features of the proposed battery charging station are an adjustable photovoltaic panel angle for efficient use of solar energy and protection of parked bicycles against precipitation. The paper contains detailed information about the already built prototype of the proposed charging station. The constructed alternative energy battery charging station is completely autonomous.
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Atsauce Laceklis-Bertmanis, J., Putnieks, U., Gailis, M., Kancevica, L. Composition of Alternative Energy Battery Charging Station. No: 12th International Scientific Conference „Engineering For Rural Development”: Proceedings, Latvija, Jelgava, 23.-24. maijs, 2013. Jelgava: Latvia University of Agriculture, 2013, 336.-340.lpp. ISSN 1691-5976.
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