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Part Number: BQ35100
I plan to use the BQ35100 in a system, which is powered by a 3V CR2 battery (Lithium Manganese Dioxide (LiMnO2) chemistry).The system is designed to run with a voltage down to 2.5V, while the battery is discharging.
The datasheet of the BQ35100 states two supply voltage ranges. One from 2.7V to 4.5V with "No operating restrictions" and 2.45V to 2.7V with "No FLASH writes".
As I understand the reference manual correctly, flash writes are necessary for calibration, Accumulator mode and End-Of-Service (EOS) mode.Calibration will be done one time for the system with a full battery at 3V.Because of the used battery, the BQ35100 will run in the STATE-OF-HEALTH (SOH) mode.
So my questions are:
with kind regards
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In reply to Bryan Kahler:
Hi Bryan, hi Onyx,
thank you for your replies.
Can one of you give me a distinct 'yes' or 'no' for the voltage range 2.5V to 3V in SOH mode?
with best regards
In reply to SST:
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