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Battery monitoring and protection system
Hladík, Jan ; Červinka, Dalibor (referee) ; Knobloch, Jan (advisor)
This work deals with design of battery management system. Requirements for battery management system and its conception is discussed in the first part of the work. System is able to disconnect load or charger from battery using MOS-FET transistors. It measures battery cell's voltages and is capable of passive balancing. Microcontroller is used for data processing and system control. Schematics, printed circuit board layout and control algorithm was designed. Prototype of the battery management system was then manufactured and tested.
Li-ion Batery Management System
Kratochvíla, Lukáš ; Macho, Tomáš (referee) ; Kopečný, Lukáš (advisor)
This thesis is about systems for Li-ion batteries. The system consists of measuring and charging. The main part of system is 3 to 5-Series Cell Li-Ion and Li-Phosphate Battery Monitor chip BQ76920. The result of this thesis is printed circuit board (PCB) with BQ76920 and a box contain PCB and battery pack. Box is designed for robot KAMBOT. The system has been tested and measured and evaluated in this thesis.
Effect of temperature on electrochemical parameters of Li-S battery
Bečan, Jan ; Skala, Kateřina (referee) ; Jaššo, Kamil (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the production of lithium-sulfur battery and the effect of changing temperatures on its electrochemical parameters. The theoretical part is focused on primary and secondary batteries and their historical evolution, anode and cathode materials for lithium-ion batteries and next-generation batteries. The practical part is focused on preparing the electrode material for lithium-sulfur battery, completion of electrochemical cell and measuring the values of cycling charge/discharge at different temperatures.
Wireless security facility
Gargulák, Lukáš ; Morský, Ondřej (referee) ; Zeman, Václav (advisor)
The content of this thesis is the design, construction and programming of wireless security device. This wireless security system consists of two units. Personal unit and sensor unit. This thesis compares two ISM bands 433 MHz and 868 MHz. The thesis presents a selection of parts for construction wireless security device. The work also deals with the structure of transmitted frames on the link layer. Marginally are discussed ways to reduce consuption AtmelAVR microcontrollers and also two ways of charging Li-Ion battery. It also outlined the firmware of both units. Its complete source code is included on the DVD.
Study of the properties of the advanced cathode materials for lithium-ion cells
Tichý, Jiří ; Vondrák, Jiří (referee) ; Baumgartnerová, Alena (referee) ; Kazda, Tomáš (advisor)
Tato práce se zabývá studiem akumulátorů, zejména lithium-iontových, principy jejich funkce a zejména studiem katodových materiálů pro lithium-iontové akumulátory. Tyto materiály by měly umožnit vývoj akumulátorů se značně vyšším jmenovitým napětím. Cílem práce je seznámení se s problematikou a shrnutí dosavadního vývoje na poli vysokonapěťových lithiových akumulátorů.
Comparison of parameters of selected types of commercial lithium-ion batteries
Špina, Martin ; Libich, Jiří (referee) ; Bača, Petr (advisor)
This thesis deals with operation principles of Lithium-ion battery. It evaluates its characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages. Technological processes and materials used in manufacturing and recycling are also discussed. Practical part of the thesis evaluates initial capacity of given Li-ion cells at different loads. Batteries are then cyclically charged and discharged, and its capacity and other parameters are determined. Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy data are also taken and evaluated for batteries in new-like condition, used batteries and cycled batteries as the capacity fades.
Photovoltaic cells for supplying low-consumption electronic devices
Stránský, Patrik ; Šimek, Milan (referee) ; Slavíček, Karel (advisor)
Goal of this bachelor thesis is to design the power supply for low-consumption electronic devices based on Lithium-polymer battery, which will be charged by photovoltaic cells. The main task is construction of Li-Pol battery charger which will respect fluctuating voltage supplied by solar cell.
Wireless Sensory Network Using LoRa Technology
Mikulášek, Michal ; Pokorný, Jiří (referee) ; Škorpil, Vladislav (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses in the first half on the Internet of Things and the available wireless technologies for the Internet of Things. Each technology is characterized by its features, pros and cons, as well as the possibilities of using it in the Internet of Things. In the second half of the thesis, a practical design and construction of a LoRa network, consisting of a sensory and a central unit, is carried out. The parts of the solution are designed wiring schemes, printed circuit boards and detailed photo documentation. Additionaly the software solutions for both types of units are described, with detailed descriptions of the proposed features. The maximum possible range is tested and documented for the entire solution. Subsequently, a detailed measurement of the power consumption of the sensor unit is carried out and an extensive estimation of its battery life for a selected battery.
Controll Electronics for Effective Supplying of Equipment with Li-Ion Accu by Solar Cells
Horký, Luděk ; Dřínovský, Jiří (referee) ; Urbanec, Tomáš (advisor)
This Bachelor`s thesis deals with questions surrounding the collection and harnessing of solar radiation for use as electrical energy. The aim of this project was to build an effective system for charging Li-Ion batteries by means of solar cells. To this end, four different solar panels currently available were chosen for measuring and evaluation. The most suitable of these was chosen and an electronic control system devised for effectively supplying the Li-Ion batteries. It was necessarily to make solution for problems consequent upont this method of charging this type of battery and make practise realizitaion of this electrical scheme by SMT technology.
Materials and Components for Lithium-Ion Power Sources
Jirák, Tibor ; Kadlec, Jaromír (referee) ; Paidar,, Martin (referee) ; Vondrák, Jiří (advisor)
The dissertation thesis deals with electrode materials and components for lithium-ion power sources. The thesis works with two different kinds of materials, concretely nanostructured Li4Ti5O12 with spinel basis and LiCoO2 with layered structure. The electrochemical properties, structure and element analysis and utilization possibilities in electrochemical industry of new technological electrode material Li4Ti5O12 were investigated. The influences of admixtures and electrolytes on characteristics of electrode materials with aforesaid active masses were also examined. Low cost price, environmental safety and obtained results of electrochemical measurements and structure analysis refer to wide possibilities of usage electrode material Li4Ti5O12 in the field of electrochemistry.

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