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Member Since: November 11, 2010

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  • The data sheet states:

    "Clearing the ALERT bit while SOC is below the alert threshold does not generate another interrupt. The SOC register must first rise above and then fall below the alert threshold value before another interrupt is generated."

    What does this mean exactly. What if say the SOC has a range from 0 to 100, 100 being fully charged and 0 is totally dead. If I write 4 if cases where I set the threshold alert levels to below, 100, below 75, below 50, and below 25. if the SOC first goes below 100, the FW then sets it to 75. If that statement is true, it has to rise above 100 and THEN go below to 75 for me to get another interrupt. Am I reading this right?


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