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Max1781 SMBus EV2300

Postby szmery » Tue Feb 07, 2017 7:54 pm

Hi, i have problem of my battery.

DesignCapacity: 4000 mAh
FullChargeCapacity: 1211 mAh
CycleCount: 516
Date: 2008.06.20 yyyy.mm.dd
DesignVoltage: 10800 mV
ManufName: Panasonic
DeviceName: NS2P3SZMMMWR
SerialNumber: 9202
ChargingCurrent: 0 mA
ChargingVoltage: 0 mV
DeviceChemistry: LION
Temperature: 21.9 C
Voltage: 12200 mV
Current: 0 mA
RelativeSOC: 100%
AbsoluteSOC: 30%
RemainingCapacity: 1209 mAh
VCELL4: 0000 mV
VCELL3: 4112 mV
VCELL2: 3992 mV
VCELL1: 4096 mV


How Enter FCC and make reset. What write SMBus command?
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Re: Max1781 SMBus EV2300

Postby admin » Tue Feb 07, 2017 9:37 pm

Choose MAX1781 in chip menu.
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Re: Max1781 SMBus EV2300

Postby szmery » Tue Feb 07, 2017 9:54 pm

I choose and i want read chip.I must ,,Enter FCC and make reset."
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Re: Max1781 SMBus EV2300

Postby admin » Tue Feb 07, 2017 10:51 pm

Then enter FCC and press Reset button.
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Re: Max1781 SMBus EV2300

Postby NIHARKANTI » Fri Mar 24, 2017 7:40 am

DesignCapacity: 4400 mAh
FullChargeCapacity: 3943 mAh
CycleCount: 70
Date: 2012.08.24 yyyy.mm.dd
DesignVoltage: 10800 mV
ManufName: SONYCorp
DeviceName: AS10D41
SerialNumber: 04E7
ChargingCurrent: 0 mA
ChargingVoltage: 0 mV
DeviceChemistry: LION
Temperature: 32 C
Voltage: 11523 mV
Current: 0 mA
RelativeSOC: 74%
AbsoluteSOC: 67%
RemainingCapacity: 2930 mAh
VCELL4: 0000 mV
VCELL3: 3836 mV
VCELL2: 3842 mV
VCELL1: 3846 mV
SpecificationInfo: 0031 Hex
Battery Status:
INIT|DSG|

which chip i selected to write software ? how i find which battery use which chip ? any way finding chip
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Re: Max1781 SMBus EV2300

Postby admin » Fri Mar 24, 2017 8:19 am

Open your battery and you will see the chip.
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