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Fundamentals of Batteries and Charge Control

Fundamentals of Batteries and Charge Control

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Batteries often produce toxic and explosive mixtures of gasses, namely hydrogen, and adequate ventilation
of the battery enclosure is required. In most cases, passive ventilation techniques such as vents or ducts
may be sufficient. In some cases, fans may be required to provide mechanical ventilation. Required air
change rates are based on maintaining minimum levels of hazardous gasses in the enclosure. Under no
circumstances should batteries be kept in an unventilated area or located in an area frequented by
personnel.

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