Charge Discharge Analysis of a 12-Volt Battery using Radiant Battery Energizer

  • F. ALI
  • G. AHMAD
  • S. JAN
  • S. M. FAHEEM
Keywords: Free Battery Charging, Radiant Battery Energizer, Battery Charging using Radiant Energy


In any electrical system efficiency is a key parameter. Efficiency strictly depends on system losses. Generally,batteries are charged by conventional methods like Solar/Photovoltaic charging or alternatively they can be charged using Electrical Supply and then the available stored power can be reused when required. This paper is focused on free battery charging based on radiant energy, which is produced as a result of making and breaking of magnetic dipoles in form of high voltage spikes. Initially the rotor requires a kick, then it attains a fixed synchronous speed and rotates almost indefinitely.Making and breaking of dipoles results in high voltage spikes which allows charging of a number of batteries connected in parallel without any cost. The charged batteries can be used directly to feed DC load or with an inverter circuit to feed AC load. The charging time of batteries is 200 minutes, whereas the effective discharge time is around 170 -180 minutes. Though a gap of 20-30 minutes exists, but as multiple batteries are charged at a time; the system works effectively at very high efficiency.