battery charger

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battery charger

[′bad·ə·rē ‚chär·jər]
(electricity)
A rectifier unit used to change alternating to direct power for charging a storage battery. Also known as charger.
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As seen in the previous section, the user report the test currents and the program perform charge and discharge cycles on each of the defined currents.
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The IC ensures a continuous and uninterrupted flow of power to the system while reducing the number of charge and discharge cycles on the battery.