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Part Number: BQ27411-G1
I connect a 1K resistor from pin PROG of bq21411G1C to its pin SDA.
First , I write data to the data memory, and the gauge is working very well. Parameters of battery is correct.
Then ,I connect pin PROG and GND to power‘s positive pole and GND.And I don't turn on the power.
Battery parameters suddenly change to zero. and remove the wires connecting to the power supply， parameters recover to normal.
Is the resistor value unsuitable？ should I use 480K resistor like what the data sheet tells ?
My .ggcsv file is exported from a chip of bq27411G1A , Does it matter？
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In reply to Feiyue Lu:
In reply to Onyx Ahiakwo:
I am not sure i follow your explanation, but please follow the instructions in the documentation and try to avoid doing things a different way to avoid the issues you are seeing.
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