Describe the bug A clear and concise description of what the bug is.
After attaching a LiPo battery the first time, it was working. But after a few days of rebooting the system and removing and reattaching the battery several times. The battery had no power to operate the board. If I remove the power plugs, the board poweroff immediately
To Reproduce Steps to reproduce the behavior:
Attached a LiPo battery to the Juice board
Use power plugs for hours to recharge the LiPo battery
After 12 hours remove the power plug
Board powered off immediately
Expected behavior A clear and concise description of what you expected to happen.
After removing the power plug the board continue to be powered from the battery
Screenshots If applicable, add screenshots to help explain your problem.
Additional context Add any other context about the problem here.
Here my question:
How can I monitor battery drain, recharge and discharge?
@giminni The connection between the battery and the board is fragile because if you plug in the battery, it’s possible that the metal sheet in the connection part of the battery will fall off.So can we take two pictures of the connection between the battery and the board? Let’s make sure that the connection between the battery and the board is off.
Hi giminni, may i know what’s the situation of the Edge-V, when you attached a LiPo battery to the Juice board. Is startup or not?
Do you mean: it works the first time(just only battery, no other power supply ), and plugs power to recharge it, after 12 hours remove the power plug, it powered off immediately?
Actually, there is a interface to get the voltage, through I2C8 to read CW2015CSAD.
Not sure how go about doing voltage check through the device. Have you checked the individual cells with a multimeter to see what their state of charge is?
An individual cell should not show less than 3 volts. 3 volts is typically the low volt limit for LiPos, damage to the cell can occur under that.
no battery insert, what is the BAT_JACK voltage — 6,16V
no battery insert, what is the R20 voltage — 2,79V
no battery insert, what is the R1 voltage - 0V
with battery(which battery can power on) insert, no other power supply, what is the R1 voltage - dont have charged battery