LiTiny- A Tiny LiIon charger for most things battery

Posted on Wednesday, July 1st, 2015 in DIY by DP


Rohit Gupta made this LiTiny project, a tiny LiIon charger:

In the end I had a LiIon charger capable of charging batteries @700mA restricted due to thermal dissipation limits of home made PCBs.

Project details at Rohit’s blog.

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One Response to “LiTiny- A Tiny LiIon charger for most things battery”

  1. Florian says:

    nice little Board!
    I started just like that and I am now selling them on Tindie:
    If you could do that too ^_^

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