The LTC4009 is a constant-current/constant-voltage battery charger controller. It uses a synchronous quasiconstant frequency PWM control architecture that...
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I will use LTC4009 with shorting CLP and CLN
In that case, what will happen to the Rprog (min) formula described in the data sheet P15?(Please tell me the concept of R for this terminal connection)
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The Rprog(min) formula will remain the same. CLP/CLN actually have no impact on this equation. The "RIN" in the equation refers to the input resistors into the CSP/CSN pins as shown here:
I misunderstood RIN.
thank you for your answer.