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.
What is the recommendation for DVcc.
Can I leave this unpowered?
The Data Sheet states that SCL/SDA must be high when the bus is npt in use.
But a post on the forum suggests they can be left floating.
Can they be pulled to DVcc and DVcc be powered down…
The LTC4162-L is a fine choice for this app if you can adequately protect from transients.
Otherwise, you might consider LTC4013 which is a 60V part.
Yes, LTC4162 is probably the best choice for your application if your desired charge current is 3.2A or less. Otherwise, you might consider LTC4015.
The suffix to the LTC4162 part number denotes the battery chemistry type that it supports…
I might actually recommend LTC4162-L. It has a dynamic tracking MPPT algorithm that will regulate your solar panel at the max power point at any illumination level. The charge current goes up to 3.2A max, so if that works for you then it may…
Firstly, thanks for picking this up.
So, If I am understanding this correctly, I have an LTC4162-SAD PCB, so therefore to modify the onboard firmware I should use the Mzero project (located in the SDK an LTC4162>c_code>examples>dc2038a>THC4162…
I have an arduino with a firmware of LTC416 SDK, I want to restore the default firmware with the LTC4162 GUI now.
First,I have completed the installation of the QuikEval .
I do not find the "em4162.exe"in the folder:C:\Program Files (x86)\LTC\LTC4162…
I'm a little confused. You mean that I do not need to download any firmware of LTC4162 if the controller is a new arduino?
In other words, which version is the default firmware of DC2038A in the LTC4162 SDK?
Excerpt from LTC4162-L.pdf
PART NUMBER PART MARKING DESCRIPTION ------------------- ------------ ---------------------- LTC4162EUFD-LAD#PBF 4162A I2C Adjustable Voltage LTC4162EUFD-L40#PBF 4162B 4.0V Fixed Voltage LTC4162EUFD-L41#PBF 4162C…