We want to manufacture the 3W Solar lantern based on the PMP3598 from the LED Power Reference design cookbook. Please Let us know if you could send us the Gerber file and the component list of PMP3598.
The PMP3598 was actually built using the PMP3579. I have attached the schematic, Gerbers and BOM for the 3579.
Thanks a lot for the 3Watt solar lantern Gerber and BOM.
I have small doubt in the PM3579 design.
I want to know where is the battery terminal to connect the battery for charging.
And Also what battery can we use , is it Lead Acid battery or Li-ion Battery.
Please do reply .
The circuit does not appear to perform battery charging but does monitor the voltage levels of the battery so a separate charger circuit is necessary. The output power level requires either a multi-cell Li Ion or multi-cell, probably 12V, lead acid battery.
The above schematic ( PMP3579 circuit) , title says Solar Charger and 3 LED Driver, If it is Solar Charger ,then J1 terminal which says Solar Panel,means J1 is connected to the Solar Panel output, the voltage from the Solar Panel should charge a Battery, but i cant find the terminals to connect the battery. And also please tell the function of pins of J2 Terminal. If you explain above these doubts, it would be great help so that i can get into the manufacturing of Lattern.
My question might be silly. But im still a novice in this field. So please give the answer for my doubts. Or provide me a solution to built a Solar lattern with a battery charger.
The connection diagram of the lantern using this board is enclosed. Hope this will help in your product development.
Hi Salil ,
Thank you very much.
Have you been able to successfully develop PMP3579 design? And does it support 12V lead acid battery?
my name ajith . can you help me about its battery details . i talk about its battery voltage( 6V / 12V )
also tell me details of its charge controller .
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