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Part Number: BQ40Z50
My customer use BQ40Z50 as battery manager for 4-cell lithium battery. We found there have a problem that charge and discharge voltage have jumped sometimes, it is different with actual voltage. you can see the data from the picture as below, is it a normal phenomenon? or there have solution can avoid this? thanks!
How often is this occurring? Are you able to reproduce the voltage jump some way?
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In reply to Nick Brylski:
It is It happened by accident, irregularity, I can not reproduce the jump by some way.
In reply to user5883945:
Do you know what caused the accident? There's not much I can do without more info.
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