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Part Number: BQ29200
Hello, we used the BQ29200 in a 'quick fix' product that allows us to move away from prismatic to AAA cell's. Looking at the schematic that was done, I noticed an error. Our schematic has a Cin connected between pins 1 and 2 which is proper. The other Cin is connected between pins 3 (VC1_CB) and ground instead of pins 2 (VC1) and ground. It appears to work properly, just wondering if we should have the board redone.
Dan Ross - AST INC.
It is recommended that the design be redone. CIN is an input filter and you need it to provide a proper filter to the pins.
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In reply to Batt:
OK, thanks Batt.
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