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thanks loads. I will go thru it.

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something else you might try.....if you have access to pspice (I believe a student version is available for free download) then get a copy of the following book which will greatly assist you in developing your own model of a solar cell.....which then you can using LabView

 

Book title: Modelling Photovoltaic Systems Using Pspice

Authors: Luis Castaner and Santiago Silvestre

ISBN: 0-470-84527-9

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thanks alot rayclout. 🙂

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Ravens Fan

 

BTW....do you know what the definition of an "expert" is......."ex" as in has been.......and "spert"......is a drip under pressure

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LOL, i just gotta know it! nice 1

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how to change temperature to voltage, current and power? i want to build solar charging system. i don't  want to use hardware part.

 

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hugmg

 

Are you using LabVIEW to develop your system?

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sure, i will use labview. The input will be temperature, voltage and current. i want to know how they relate each other and the output will be charge the battery. please give me some examples of solar battery charging system with only software part. 

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hugmg

 

Unfortunately, I am not aware of any examples that pertain to that specific application.

 

It seems that your question pertains to physical concepts specific to solar power systems.  This forum exists to assist LabVIEW users with issues they have encountered while using the software.  If you are having trouble developing code, we can certainly provide suggestions to point you in the right direction.  However, for an answer to this question, you might try forums dedicated to alternative energy or solar photovoltaics.

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