I have a 24 volt motor connected to two 9V rechargeable batteries in series and a battery connected to a switch then back to the motor. I want to be able to charge the batteries directly from the motor when the switch is off & have the battery power the motor when the switch is on. Motor/generator. When the switch is on the motor runs, when the switch is off the rechargeable batteries don’t charge, any idea to get them to charge?
My project is to create a circuit for a stroller that can store the mechanical work into electrical while moving around and with the push of a switch, use the electrically stored energy to assist the movement of the stroller. I’ve tried capacitors but it ended up not being enough voltage and I didn’t want to deal with the danger, so I’ve been using two 9V/175mAh batteries, however when I set up the circuit and add a switch in the closed position, even though, the connection is closed the batteries can’t be charged while the switch is off and when the switch is on the batteries power the motor, any ideas to solve this issue? Thank you!
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