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My name is Patrick Mitchell, and I work for Syntronic Canada. I have a customer that is designing a device, and they've contracted us to work on their gas gauge circuit. I am not ready to begin testing, so I'm not in a huge hurry, but I've run into one large obstacle that I can't seem to find my way around. When the circuit board is ready, I've asked for 20 boards for an averaged calibration (CC/board offset, temperature current and voltage), as I was told that the process was to run the BQStudio calibration across 20 boards, and average the returned values for a gold file. I see this process talked about in the BQEasy document, but absolutely nothing in any BQstudio document that I've come across. The process of calibration is relatively straight forward, but I don't understand how to do the following:
1) Run all calibrations across 20 boards and average the results to be saved in the gold file.
2) How do I take that returned data and fit in the cell characterization data after the learning cycles have been completed?
Thank you sincerely for your time. I sincerely appreciate it.