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Part Number: BQ27426EVM-738
Recently, I use the charger bq24192EVM and gauge bq27426EVM to do some test on the mobile phone lithium-ion battery.
then i arrange the test data and upload them to http://www.ti.com/tool/GPCCHEM?keyMatch=gpc&tisearch=Search-EN-Everything for chemical ID.
Finally, I get my battery Chemical ID 3945, then I choose the chemical ID in Bqstudio software, and I get the default data memory and save it.
After that I do the test again for data memory updating, and save the updated data memory too. However, when i analysis the Ra table in the data memory, I meet a problem.
The distribution of the updated Ra table is OK, but I find that the default Ra table is very strange for Ra getting the highest value when SOC is 100%, It is not common practice.
I want to know why the default Ra table has this unreasonable phenomenon, or the default Ra table is only generated randomly?
Thanks for reply!
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