Ultra-fast Lithium cell charging architecture for Mission Critical Applications


  • Arif Sari European University of Lefke
  • Behnam Rahnama Department of Computer Engineering, Okan University, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Ersin Caglar Department of Computer Engineering, European University of Lefk




Lithium Cell, Fast Charging, PWM Charge Pump, Mission Critical Application,


This research presents design and implementation of the ultra-fast parallel lithium charging architecture with an embedded algorithm using an active PWM charge pump supported by a hybrid control mechanism consisting of Temperature, humidity and current sensors. The new architecture guaranties the ultra-fast parallel charging cycles of lithium cells without lifespan reduction due to possible overheat side effects in mission critical applications.

Author Biography

Arif Sari, European University of Lefke

Department of Management Information Systems, School of Applied Sciences, European University of Lefke


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How to Cite

Sari, A., Rahnama, B., & Caglar, E. (2014). Ultra-fast Lithium cell charging architecture for Mission Critical Applications. Transactions on Engineering and Computing Sciences, 2(5), 10–16. https://doi.org/10.14738/tmlai.25.430