The LTC4162 does not need any driver, but if you would like software drivers you can refer to the Evaluation Software download on the LTC4162 product page. This is the SDK download which has an example project for Linux. Further instructions are…
Yes, LTC4162 meets all of your requirements. This sounds like a good fit.
is it solved???? I have the same question.
if ltc4162's output voltage(battery charge voltage) is slightly different
How does charging work?
1. Only the LTC4162 with a slightly higher output voltage charges??(blocking diode)
2. output of two…
Any updates on when the LTC4162 evaluation board will be available? We are looking to incorporate the LTC4162-L, but it would be nice to get an eval board to do some testing before we implement it in our project.
LTC4162 sounds like a good choice for the battery app except that it does not have a balancing function. However, the balancing could be handled externally using an additional IC or possibly discrete circuitry.
As for your need for a coulomb…
Catch the battery detection function on a scope. Upon power-up, monitor the voltage on the battery node. If you have a demo board, you can see an example of what it does: the LTC4162 will source/sink a small amount of current from the battery…
There is an LTspice model for LTC4020, so that can be simulated. LTC4162 does not have a model.
I would like to ask about the voltage accuracy and current accuracy of the LTC4162-S, and what are the requirements for controlling the mcu of the LTC4162-S? My initial choice is STM8S0003F3U6TR, mainly due to the size and function and cost, and the recommended frequency of my specificat…
You can generally consider it an ideal diode-OR. It will select the higher of the two voltages. In most applications, that means it will select VIN when VIN is present and the battery when VIN is not present.
If you always want the battery voltage…