Project Fall down
For the fall down, I think it is because of two reason:
1. It is because the total Voltage supplied by the batteries is 9.6V and the out put regulation is 5V, therefore the 4.6V is being converted to heat.
- I should have use 6 battery insted of 8 to 7.2v instead of 9.6.
2. Since 5v is the out put of the regulator and it is charging the battery with a 4.8v (for i.e.) this will mean that the .2v drop will be in the line between the charger and battry which also mean the current is the max output of the regulator (Applying OHMs Law I=V/R, and R being 0 will result to infinity in theory and maximum in reality)
-I think I should have put a resistor to control the current or I should have designed a regulated current supply instead of a regulated voltage supply
For the #2 reason i'm not still sure about this because, this can only be true if the XDAIIs or it's battery does not have a built in charging circuit.
I have read some articles on mugen battery that it has a overload protection circuit my guess is that XDA also have it my I dont have any information yet. Incase XDAIIS or the battery alreadhave a charging circuit I only need to resolve my #1 Fall down.
I think I need to do more research, but if anybody could provide me information it will be highly appreciated. XDAIIs service manual maybe a greate help.