NateB

Member Since: June 30, 2010

Country: United States

  • Product PRT-00138 | about 3 years ago

    If anyone is interested, I have generated this enclosure as a 3d model. You can get it for free, as well as tons of other models, from www.3dcontentcentral.com
    Available as the original SolidWorks part, .stp, .igs, and just about any format you can think of. Hope this can be helpful to someone.
    If sparkfun is listening; it would rock to have all your mechanical parts available as 3d models, either here or on a site like 3dcontentcentral!

  • Product PRT-00138 | about 3 years ago

    Does SparkFun have a .step or other CAD model for this enclosure?

  • Product PRT-00341 | about 4 years ago

    I disagree with Tim, Im highly confident the MAX1811 would work fine. The 4.2V setting is the maximum voltage the charger will output, or rather the point at which it will enter CV (constant voltage) mode. Based on the datasheet above which lists 4.20?0.03V as the charge cutoff, Id put the MAX1811 in 4.2 mode by tying SELV to IN. The 3.7V rating is the nominal voltage, these Li cells will vary from 4.2V at full charge to 2.75V at full discharge.

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