Transformerless high voltage and controllable current battery charger for e-car

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Abstract

Charger is an important part in e-car. For a massive number of e-cars in the future, battery charger should have characteristics of high efficiency, rapid charging capability, portability, low-cost and compatible with the national standar electricity. In order to cover thus five parameters, the battery charger design should be transformerless, employing buck swith converting method, and having a microprocessor to monitor and control charging voltage and current during charging process. In this paper, we do simulation and experiment with a battery charger prototype, where the input is 220V-50Hz (PLN) and transformerless. To control the charging voltage and current output of buck switch converter, we use a microprocessor circuit. The charging voltage and current of the battery charger are 36-96V DC and 0 s/d 20 A, respectively.

Original languageEnglish
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2013
Event2013 Joint International Conference on Rural Information and Communication Technology and Electric-Vehicle Technology, rICT and ICEV-T 2013 - Bandung, Bali, Indonesia
Duration: 26 Nov 201328 Nov 2013

Conference

Conference2013 Joint International Conference on Rural Information and Communication Technology and Electric-Vehicle Technology, rICT and ICEV-T 2013
CountryIndonesia
CityBandung, Bali
Period26/11/1328/11/13

Keywords

  • Battery charger
  • buck converter
  • e-car
  • portability
  • transformerless

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    Priambodo, P. S., Purnomo, W., Subiantoro, A., Muis, A., & Yusivar, F. (2013). Transformerless high voltage and controllable current battery charger for e-car. Paper presented at 2013 Joint International Conference on Rural Information and Communication Technology and Electric-Vehicle Technology, rICT and ICEV-T 2013, Bandung, Bali, Indonesia. https://doi.org/10.1109/rICT-ICeVT.2013.6741492