Hi, we have decided to go with Ltc3300. Since we can not simulate we decide to start with a prototype using LTC3300-1 and LTC6803-1
Is typical application in datasheet good for a prototype (we hope to use 12s2p for prototype. Can I use those component…
In our demo board (DC2100B) we use the LTC6804-1 to generate SPI commands for the LTC3300-1. We have 3 SPI lines as follows
So I suggest…
I will do my best to answer your questions. Note that I am very familiar with the LTC3300, but I am not as familiar with the LT8584.
The LTC3300-1 is not suitable for LiTiO2 cells due to the low voltage of the cells.
We've been designing and prototyping a 14-Cell Li-Ion battery active balancing board using LTC3300-1. We've got approx 10 x prototyping PCBA's fabricated and tested. Some of the boards work very well as expected. However a few other boards…
I have problem with SPI communication between STM32 and LTC3300-1. I have only one LTC3300 and only one LTC6810. No IsoSPI, no DaisyChain. The ICs have separated CS/SS signals. I want to manage 6S Li-Ion battery pack. The literature, I have…
Here are some waveforms and suggestions. I hope these will help.
I am using a DC2100B-C demonstration board with 1 LTC6804-2 and 2 LTC3300-1. I am monitoring SPI signals from LTC6804-2 to the LTC3300-1 on the bottom. The 3 waveforms are as follows.
We want to design an active balancing PCB. We use LTC3300-1 and LTC6804-1 for this. And we want to divide SPI interfeces for these ICs. Is it possible to immediately connect the LTC3300-1 to MCU? How can i do this? Thanks for your answer!
Do you have any documents to help the tranformer design for LTC3300-1?
My spec is 8 cell stack, 72Ah, 15A constant voltage and current charging.