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PS5163 Datasheet(PDF) 2 Page - Microchip Technology

Part No. PS5163
Description  Three-Cell Battery Manager Module with LED SOC Display for Lithium Chemistries
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Maker  MICROCHIP [Microchip Technology]
Homepage  http://www.microchip.com
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 2004 Microchip Technology Inc.
The PS5163 module is a complete smart battery
controller subsystem based on the Microchip PS501
field reprogrammable battery manager with patented
Accuron® technology. The module is designed to
operate in a battery pack consisting of three (3) series
connected Li-based cells. The module consists of the
Microchip PS501 battery manager IC with a four-LED
SOC display and an optional connection for an external
Quick Start – Pack Assembly
Follow these directions to assemble a pack with the
PS5163 module.
• Use standard precautions when handling static
sensitive devices.
• Modules should be connected to battery cells in
the order indicated below to insure proper start-up
and operation. Wires should be attached to the
modules first and then connected to the battery
cells as instructed.
• The connection sequence is critical to successful
use of the PS501 family of CMOS ASICs. The
pack positive should be securely connected to the
module first, followed by the intermediate cells
from most positive to least positive and finally,
pack negative.
Step 1)
Configure the module for optional external
shipped configured to use the internal tem-
perature sensor only. To add an external
thermistor to the board, remove resistor R16
(side 2) and connect the thermistor across
via TN and TR.
Step 2)
Connect wires to module. Use large diameter
wire (18 AWG-20 AWG) for current carrying
lines from VR, V1, B+ and BN. All others are
signal only lines (24 to 22 AWG).
Step 3)
Connect external connector to BN, T, C, D
and B+.
Step 4)
Connect V1 to the most positive point on the
battery cell stack.
Step 5)
Connect the negative end of the top-most
cell to V2 and the negative end of the second
cell to V3.
Step 6)
Connect VR to the most negative point on the
battery cell stack.
Step 7)
Microchip’s software and PowerCal™ board
or PowerInfo™ board hardware.
The memory parameters can be changed at
will using the utilities on the memory page in
the software.
Step 8)
Calibrate the pack using the software and
PowerCal™ board hardware. The pack is
now ready for use.

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