12v Battery Voltage Monitor circuit with LM339 comparator

voltage comparator circuit

voltage comparator circuit

In the circuit having a voltage quad comparator (LM339) is used as a simple bar graph meter to indicate the state of charge 12-volt lead-acid battery acid. A 5 volt reference voltage is in each of the (+) inputs of four comparators and the (-) inputs are connected, each point is connected to a voltage divider. The LED lights up when the voltage at the negative (-)-input exceeds the reference voltage. Calibration can be by adjusting the 2K potentiometer so that all four LEDs illuminate when the battery voltage is 12.7 volts indicates a full charge with no alrmcompload on the battery is done. At 11.7 volts, the LED should be made, and shows an empty battery. Each LED is a change of about 25% charge or 300 millivolts, so that 3 LEDs indicate 75%, 2 LEDs indicate 50%, etc.

The actual voltage on the temperature and battery type from, battery wet gel battery, etc . For more information on battery care.

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