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Subject How does the AIR 403/AIR-X regulate my batteries?
Author Sascha Deri
"How does the AIR 403 regulate my batteries?"
The internal circuitry monitors the voltage at the output of the turbine. When the maximum charging voltage is reached (adjustable by the potentiometer on the side of the turbine) the Autobrake is engaged. This cuts off the turbine output, and the blades are braked to a slow rotation. The Autobrake remains on until the voltage drops to a level slightly below that of a fully charged battery (12.6V for 12V, 25.2V for 24V, etc.) At this point the Autobrake releases and the turbine resumes charging.
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