DC2100A - Demo Manual

DEMO MANUAL DC2100A
Bi-Directional Cell Balancer
Using the LTC3300-1 and the LTC6804-2
Description
Demonstration Circuit DC2100A is a Bi-Directional Cell
Balancer using two LTC®3300-1 ICs to achieve active
balancing of up to 12 Li-Ion cells. The board uses a single
LTC6804-2 Multi-Cell Addressable Battery Stack Monitor
IC to measure cell voltages and two LTC3300-1 ICs to
provide active cell balancing. The DC2100A-C contains
a PIC18F47J53 microcontroller to communicate with the
LTC3300-1 and LTC6804-2 ICs, as well as an LTC6820
isoSPI Interface IC for communication with DC2100A-D
boards. Up to 7 DC2100A-D boards can be connected to a
DC2100A-C to build a stacked system of 8 total boards.*
* Note: The voltage rating of T15 limits the system to a total of 8 total boards.
A graphical user interface (GUI) uses a USB interface to
communicate with the DC2100A-C. The GUI controls the
LTC3300-1 ICs allowing manual control of the charging/
discharging of cells and reporting the voltage of each
cell. Cell balancing is achieved through the LTC3300-1
ICs by transferring charge from one or more cells per
LTC3300-1 to the stack or from the stack to one or more
cells per LTC3300-1.
Design files for this circuit board are available at
http://www.linear.com/demo/DC2100A
Source code and documentation for PIC18 and GUI are
available at http://www.linear.com/docs/45563
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Performance Summary
Specifications are at TA = 25°C
Cell Voltage Range
3.2V to 4.5V (2.5V to 4.5V)*
Stack Voltage
60V Max
Average Battery Balancing Charge Current (12 Cell)
4.0A (Typ)
Average Battery Balancing Discharge Current (12 Cell)
4.3A (Typ)
Average Battery Balancing Charge Current (6 Cell)
3.4A (Typ)
Average Battery Balancing Discharge Current (6 Cell)
4.0A (Typ)
Balancing Efficiency
90% (Typ)
The Cell Voltage Range may be expanded to 2.5V to 4.5V by changing the resistors RTONS to 30.9kΩ and resistors RTONP to 47.5kΩ
Demo Board Description
DC2100A-C
12 Cell 4A Active Cell Balancer Controller Board
DC2100A-D
12 Cell 4A Active Cell Balancer Stacked Board
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Discharge Efficiency
100.0
Charge Efficiency
100.0
6 CELLS
12 CELLS
95.0
EFFICIENCY (%)
EFFICIENCY (%)
95.0
90.0
85.0
80.0
75.0
2.6
6 CELLS
12 CELLS
90.0
85.0
80.0
2.8
3.0
3.2 3.4 3.6
CELL VOLTAGE
3.8
4.0
75.0
2.6
2.8
3.0
3.2 3.4 3.6
CELL VOLTAGE
3.8
4.0
Cell Balancer Efficiency vs Cell Voltage
Thermal Image all Cells Active Balancing
The conditions for the Thermal Plot are:
Cell Voltages at 3.6V, Odd Numbered Cells Discharging, Even Numbered Cells Charging
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DC2100A-C Demo Board Photo
Figure 1. DC2100A-C Demo Board Size Equals 5.5" x 12.8"
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operating principle
The DC2100A has a five window GUI, pictured in Figure 28.
The Control Panel is the primary window, which displays
information about the ICs in the stacked system, the state
of the cells on each DC2100A board, and allows manual
control of the balancing mode of the LTC3300-1. The Control Panel can spawn three more windows: a Calibration
Data window to calibrate cell and balancer characteristics,
an Error Log window to display logged errors, and a Graph
View window to graphically display characteristics of the
stacked system over time. The Graph View window also
spawn a Graph View Option window that controls the settings of the Graph View window. The LTC3300-1 Active
Balancer is a power stage control IC. The LTC3300-1 does
not have a balancer algorithm built into it. The determination
of the balancing times and directions are performed at a
system level and conveyed to the LTC3300-1 through its
SPI interface. The LTC3300-1 only accepts cell charge or
discharge commands. Charge is transferred to/from a cell
from/to the stack, a series connection of adjacent cells,
through a flyback converter that is operating in boundary
mode. During discharge of a cell the current in the primary
of a coupled inductor transformer with a turns ratio of 1:2,
ramps up to 10A at which point the primary switch turns
off. The charge in the primary inductor is transferred to the
secondary inductor which is connected across the 12 cell
sub-stack. This sub-stack current then passes through the
series connected cells thus distributing the charge equally
across each cell. When charging a cell, the current in the
secondary of the coupled inductor transformer ramps
up to 5.0A at which point the secondary switch turns off.
The charge in the secondary inductor is transferred to the
primary inductor which is connected across the cell. The
secondary current is drawn from the series connected
cells thus removing charge equally across each cell. The
efficiency through the fly-back converter is 90%.
quick start procedure
The demonstration circuit is set up per Figure 34 to evaluate the performance of the DC2100A-C Bi-Directional Cell
Balancer using the LTC3300-1.
Using short twisted pair leads for any power connections,
refer to Figure 34 for the proper measurement and equipment setup. The DC2100A will support a system of 4 to
12 cells (See Figures 34 and 37 to 44).
Recommended Cell Connection Sequence
The recommended cell connection sequence is to connect
the V– connection first followed by connecting cells 1
through cell 12. Disconnection of the cells should follow
this sequence in the reverse order with the V– connection
being removed last. Connecting the V– connection first and
removing last is recommended because the V– connection
is the ground reference for the circuitry within the demo
board. After connecting the V–, all other cell connection
sequence is less critical as long as the cell circuit
capacitances are matched as they are in the demo board.
Following the recommended cell connection removes the
possibility of excessive voltage on any of the lower cells
due to an imbalance in cell circuit capacitance.
A 4 bit board ID code is set by the A0 through A3 jumpers on the DC2100A-C must be set to 0000. The jumpers
on the DC2100A-D boards must be set to unique values
between 0001 and 1111.
To use the DC2100A, the PC must first have the proper
driver and software installed. To do this, download
the QuikEval™ software from Linear Technology, at
www.linear.com:
http://www.linear.com/designtools/software/quik_eval.jsp
1)Install the QuikEval software by running the executable ltcqev.exe. Follow the instructions to connect the
DC2100A.
If you fail to unplug the DC2100A, the DC2100A driver
will not install!
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2)When installation of QuikEval is complete, close the
QuikEval program.
3)Reopen QuikEval. If properly installed, QuikEval will show
the following message until the DC2100A is connected:
If not properly installed, QuikEval will be unable to connect
to the DC2100A. Please retry the software installation, with
the DC2100A disconnected.
When the GUI connects to the DC2100A system, it will
display the boards attached in the Control Panel System
Tree View. The DC2100A GUI Control Panel is able to
display the data and controls for one board at a time.
When a board is selected in the System Tree View, all of
the Windows will begin to display the data and controls for
that board. The Selected Board Indicator in each window
will indicate which board is selected. The Board Status
LEDs indicate the state of the boards similarly to the LEDs
on the DC2100A-C.
The green LED flashes quickly when a board is connected
but its cells are not powered, and slowly when a board is
connected with powered cells. The amber LED turns on
when the GUI is communicating with a board via USB.
When the DC2100A is used with fewer than 12 cells, the
board must be configured in the GUI so that the unpopulated
4)Now connect the DC2100A. The QuikEval software will
recognize when the DC2100A demo board has been
found, and will offer to download and install the module
from the LTC website:
At this point, select OK.
5)The QuikEval software will now download and open the
software for the DC2100A.
6)Close QuikEval Software, as it is no longer needed for
the DC2100A.
When the DC2100A-C is connected to the PC, the PIC18
will become powered. The powered status will be indicated
through Green LED D15 flashing with a 1 second period.
When the GUI’s launched, it will begin communicating
with the PIC18 via USB. Proper USB communication will
be indicated through Orange LED D16 lighting during each
USB transaction.
Figure 2. Board Selection in System Tree View
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Figure 5. Voltage Display Controls
Figure 3. Turning off Cell 1 on Board 3
cells are not interpreted as an undervoltage condition. When
a cell is red in the System Tree View, it has been specified
as unpopulated. To configure a DC2100A for fewer than
12 cells, right click the board in the System Tree View and
select the number of populated cells.
Figure 4. VOV and VUV Text Boxes
An alternative method of viewing the data is available by
pressing the Graph Data button, to open the Graph View
Window. The Graph View Window is detailed in Figure 33,
and allows data for each board and the stacked system to
be graphed over time. The graph data can be saved and
are reloaded later, and the View Options control allows
configuration of the Graph Display. The Stack Summary
provides graphed data for the entire system, where the
Board Summary, Cell Voltages, and Temperatures allow
data to be graphed for boards selected in the Tree View.
Up to 15 values may be graphed at one time, and the graph
is limited to 500 seconds of data.
The Global Channel Monitor tab switches the Control
Panel to a grid view in which all of the cell voltages can
be viewed at the same time. Disabled cells will be color
coded as grey, and cells selected in the System Tree View
will be highlighted in blue. Details of the Global Channel
Monitor View are provided in Figure 30.
Several controls are available on the Control Panel Cell Tab
for issuing balancing commands to the selected board.
In the Balance Mode Select Boxes, you can manually
select which cells are to be discharged by clicking the
cell’s DISCHARGE button, which cells are to be charged
by clicking the cell’s CHARGE button.
The DC2100A GUI periodically checks for OV and UV
measured on the cells when balancing. To avoid the
program from suspending balancing from a OV and UV
measurement during normal operation, the Max Cell Voltage and UV values must be entered in the VOV and Min
Cell Voltages text boxes tab shown in Figure 4.
The cell voltages in the Control Panel can be configured
to stop updating automatically, and only be updated when
the Read Voltages button is clicked (as shown in Figure 5).
This provides the ability to freeze the data for a board at
any instant in time.
Figure 6. Balance Mode Select Boxes
Note that if a cell is disabled, the balance mode select
box will not be selected and the cell pictured will be grey.
Balancing and overvoltage conditions are also indicated
by color, according to the Cell State Color Key.
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is pressed, the Read Command and Read Status registers
will be updated for the selected board (see Figure 8).
When the Timed Balance method of balance control is
selected, the GUI allows the user to program the balancer
to charge or discharge each cell for a specific amount of
time. The LTC3300-1 is a power stage control IC. The
determination of the balancing times and directions are
done at the System level and conveyed to the LTC3300-1
through its SPI communications port. In order to perform
a timed balance, the TIMED BALANCE check shown in
Figure 9 must be selected to have access to the timed balance controls as shown in the Balance Mode Select Boxes.
Figure 7. Manual Balance Control
Once the balance modes are selected, they are not immediately written to the LTC3300-1 ICs. Two methods
are available for writing the balance modes: Manual and
Timed Balance Control. When the Manual Balance method
is selected, the Write Command button will cause the GUI
to write the balance modes to the selected board.
Once the balance mode commands are written to the
LTC3300-1 ICs, balancing will not begin until the Execute
button has been pressed to command the balancing to
begin. The Execute button will cause all of the attached
boards to begin balancing. This allows each board to have
its balancing commands set up when selected in the System Tree View, and to then have all of the balancers turned
on together. To disable any cell from balancing, the cell’s
NONE button must be clicked in the Balance Mode Select
Box followed by clicking the Write Command button and
finally the Execute button. Each time the Execute button
Figure 9. Timed Balance Control
To use the Timed Balance method of balance control, select
the DISCHARGE, CHARGE, or NONE button for each cell
and then enter the time in seconds into the cells “BALANCE
TIME” text box. Press the Write button to write the balance commands and times into the selected board. Select
another board from the System Tree View and repeat until
the balance settings have been loaded into each DC2100A
board. Press the Start button to begin the timed balance
Figure 8. LTC3300-1 Register Display
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for all of the boards in the stacked system. The balance
times will then begin to count down as the balancing is
performed, and the LTC3300-1 Register Display will be
continuously updated. The NEXT STOP TIME field will
display the earliest time that one of the cells will complete
balancing, and the board on which that cell resides. When
the NEXT STOP TIME arrives, the balance mode for that
cell will change to NONE and a new cell will display for the
NEXT STOP TIME. The TIME REMAINING will display the
total time remaining in the timed balancing, after which
all of the cells will have NONE for their balancing mode.
Figure 11. Board Configuration Control
In addition to the Graph View of the data, the DC2100A
system can be monitored over a long period of time with
the results written to a CSV file. The logging interval and
length can be configured, but note that the size of the
data files can grow quite large for stacked systems with
many boards. The projected memory size will be displayed
before the user begins logging by pressing the Start Data
Log button. Once the button is pressed, the user will be
prompted to enter a data file name and location, and the
logging will begin.
Figure 10. Timed Balancing
While balancing is active, the Start button (see Figure 10)
will change to Stop, in case the user wishes to pause the
balancing operation. Selecting the Reset button will reset
all of the balance timers to 0 and all of the cell balance
modes to NONE.
The user can load and store several timed balance profiles
in the Board Configuration control (see Figure 11). The
Imbalance Cells button in this control will load a pattern of
charging and discharging cells. The user can then manually configure the Timed Balance controls to correct for
the imbalance created by this button. The user can save
their Timed Balance configuration and reload it later. The
configuration will also save the over and undervoltage
settings, as well as the disabled cell configuration.
Figure 12. Data Log Control
Although each DC2100A will balance with currents similar
to those listed in Table 1, each board was tested upon
manufacture and its actual balancing currents are stored
within the DC2100A. These currents can be accessed by
pressing the Calibration Data button on the Control Panel,
which will then launch the Calibration Data window (see
Figure 31). In this window the user has the ability to enter
new calibration current values, or reset the currents to the
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values from Table 1. It is not recommended to change
these, however, from the factory measured settings. The
capacity of each cell can also be stored in the DC2100A.
The capacity and balance currents will be used in a later
release of firmware for the DC2100A-C, which will employ
an autonomous balancing algorithm.
The DC2100A GUI installed with the QuikEval software, will
always contain the most up to date version of Firmware
for the DC2100A. In order to update the firmware, press
the Update Firmware button in the Control Panel.
Figure 13. Update Firmware Button
After confirming that the Firmware should be updated, a
command line window will be launched in which the PIC18
on the DC2100A is first erased, and then reprogrammed.Do
not remove power from the DC2100A while the Firmware
is being updated.
connected to the BOT6_TS turret with its return path the
V- turret while Cells 7 through 12 are connected to the
TOP6_TS turret with its return path the C6 turret. These
isolated power sources simulate a stack of cells from 3
to 12 cells. The primary side connection of the cell balancers are connected to a string of power sources that
simulate the battery stack. Cell 1 power source is a two
wire connection that connects the positive node, through
a current sensing resistor (0.01Ω), to the C1 turret, and
the negative node to the V- turret. Remote sense connections for power sources with remote sensing capabilities
should be connected to the C1 and V- respectively. All other
connections of the simulated string of cells connect their
positive node, through a current sensing resistor (0.01Ω),
to respective turrets. Cell voltage measurements should be
made across the C(x) and C(x-1) turrets of the respective
cells. Stack voltage measurements should be made at the
BOT6_TS and TOP6_TS turrets and their return path turret.
To calculate cell balancer efficiency use the expressions
below:
Cells 1-6
Charge Mode
Efficiency 1 =
Vm1 • Vm2 •10
•100%
Vm3 • Vm4
Discharge Mode
Figure 14. Firmware Update Window
Cell Balancer Efficiency Measurements
Figure 35 shows the proper connections for measuring
the efficiency of a cell balancer. The secondary of the cell
balancer connects to the top of stack. This connection
needs to be to an isolated power source through a current sensing resistor (0.10Ω). Cells 1 through 6 are
Efficiency 1 =
Vm3 • Vm4
•100%
Vm1 • Vm2 •10
Cells 7-12
Charge Mode
Efficiency 11 =
Vm5 • Vm6 •10
•100%
Vm7 • Vm8
Discharge Mode
Efficiency 11 =
Vm7 • Vm8
•100%
Vm5 • Vm6 •10
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Cell Balancer Performance Measurements
Table 2 through Table 5 present the typical operational
data for a 12 cell and 6 cell balancer in both Discharge and
Charge modes. The cell voltages were 3.6V and measurements of Cell Current, Stack Current, Operating Frequency
were taken and transfer Efficiency was calculated from
the data. Figure 15 through Figure 18 are actual in-circuit
waveforms taken on Cell 1 and Cell 7 while operating in
both modes. The waveforms present voltage on the primary side and secondary side MOSFET’s drain to source
voltage and the primary side and secondary side current
sense inputs to the LTC3300-1.
Figure 14 through Figure 22 are cell and stack currents
taken over a range of cell voltages from 2.6V to 4.0V. The
RTONP and RTONS resistors were set for 2.6V cell voltage
operation. All cells were set to the cell voltage under test.
The slight negative slope in current at higher voltages is
due to the increased operating frequency and the circuit
delays and dead time becoming a higher percentage of
the operating period.
Table 2. Typical 12 Cell Discharge Data
Cell I (A)
Stack I
(A)
Frequency
(KHz)
4.250
0.311
95.7
Efficiency
Table 3. Typical 12 Cell Charge Data
Cell I (A)
Stack I
(A)
Frequency
(KHz)
3.960
0.367
106.6
Efficiency
89.7%
Figure 16. 12 Cell Charge Waveforms
Table 4. Typical 6 Cell Discharge Data
Cell I (A)
Stack I
(A)
Frequency
(KHz)
4.000
0.577
88.6
Efficiency
88.4%
87.9%
Figure 17. 6 Cell Discharge Waveforms
Figure 15. 12 Cell Discharge Waveforms
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1.000
Table 5. Typical 6 Cell Charge Data
Stack I
(A)
Frequency
(KHz)
3.430
0.619
91.2
12 CELLS
6 CELLS
0.900
Efficiency
0.800
91.8%
STACK CURRENT
Cell I (A)
0.700
0.600
0.500
0.400
0.300
0.200
0.100
2.6
2.8
3.0
3.2 3.4 3.6
CELL VOLTAGE
3.8
4.0
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Figure 20. Stack Discharge Current
5.000
Figure 18. 6 Cell Charge Waveforms
12 CELLS
6 CELLS
4.500
4.000
3.500
3.000
4.500
2.500
3.500
2.000
2.6
3.000
2.8
3.0
3.2 3.4 3.6
CELL VOLTAGE
2.000
2.6
3.8
4.0
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2.500
Figure 21. Cell Charge Current
2.8
3.0
3.2 3.4 3.6
CELL VOLTAGE
3.8
4.0
1.000
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12 CELLS
6 CELLS
0.900
Figure 19. Cell Discharge Current
0.800
STACK CURRENT
CELL CURRENT
4.500
CELL CURRENT
5.000
12 CELLS
6 CELLS
0.700
0.600
0.500
0.400
0.300
0.200
0.100
2.6
2.8
3.0
3.2 3.4 3.6
CELL VOLTAGE
3.8
4.0
dc2100a F20
Figure 22. Stack Charge Current
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Two or More Board Setup and Operation
When connecting two or more DC2100A boards together,
the interface cables must be connected in sequence as
shown in Figure 23 to avoid large inrush currents. When
connecting more than one DC2100A’s into a system
containing more than 12 batteries, DC2100A-D are used
in locations 2 through 8. The PC USB port is connected
to the bottom DC2100A-C (J19) board first and then the
next DC2100A-D (J18) may be connected to the bottom
DC2100A-C (J1) with a CAT-5 cable. CAT-5 cables are used
for communication connects between all DC2100A demo
boards in the system. J1 is the output port while J18 is
the input port. The Top DC2100A-D must have the JP6 in
position 1. All other DC2100A will have JP6 in position 0.
cells controlled by the U1, the lower LTC3300-1, and U2,
the upper LTC3300-1 are operational, an overvoltage
can occur on Cell 7. The overvoltage on Cell 7 will shut
down the operation of Cell 7 – Cell 12 but Cell 1 – Cell 6
will continue to operate. The overvoltage sensing circuit
Q4, D8, D10 and R56 will turn off Cell 1 – Cell 6 through
the internal overvoltage protection circuit within the
LTC3300-1 of U1.
TOP6_T
C12
CELL 24
DC2100A-D
BOT6_T
The 24 cell should be interconnected as shown in Figure 24
to allow balancing between the two 12 cell stacks.
C1
J1
J18
J19
CELL 18
CELL 13
V–
Additional Circuitry
Additional circuitry has been added to increase the robustness of the design for fault insertions.
CAT 5
TOP6_T
Cell 6 Wire Disconnection
C12
A 10A 200V Schottky diode has been added for a high
current path when the connection between battery cells
is broken when a battery stack load is present. The 200V
reverse voltage rating of the diode was selected to minimize the reverse leakage current with cell voltage of 4V.
The 10A current rating was selected for its low forward
voltage drop which will minimize the current in the parallel
diode within the LTC3300-1 as well as surviving the fusing
current of the 12A cell fuses on the DC2100A.
DC2100A-C
BOT6_T
CELL 6
INSTALL R23 0Ω
C1
J1
CAT-5 CABLE
J18
CAT 5
Two overvoltage detection circuits have been added to
the design that will sense an overvoltage condition on
Cell 6 and Cell 7 when a disconnection of the Cell 6 wire
connection between Cell 6 + and Cell 7- of the battery
stack occurs. When Cell 6 is being discharged and other
TOP BOARD
DC2100A-D
CELL 12
J19
V–
CELL 1
USB
PC
Figure 24. 24 Cell Interconnecting Stacks
BOTTOM BOARD
DC2100A-C
USB
PC
Figure 23. Two DC2100A SPI Connection
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A similar event occurs when Cell 6 is operating in the
Charge Mode and other cells controlled by the U1, the lower
LTC3300-1, and U2, the upper LTC3300-1 are operational,
an overvoltage can occur on Cell 6. The overvoltage on
Cell 6 will shut down the operation of Cell 1 – Cell 6 but
Cell 7– Cell 12 will continue to operate. The overvoltage
sensing circuit Q5, Q6, D12, D13 and R58 will turn off
the operations of Cell 7 – Cell 12 through the internal
overvoltage protection circuit within the LTC3300-1 of U2.
Cell Bypass Capacitors
The DC2100A contains bypass capacitors from the cell
connections and the stack connections. These capacitors
have a dual function of smoothing the high triangular
current wave before the current travels down the interconnecting wires to the cells and they also help balance
the voltage between cells when hot-plugging cells in a
random order. The RMS current rating of these capacitors is a critical parameter for these bypass capacitors as
well as their physical size. These high triangular current
waveforms produce an RMS current that passes through
the capacitors which result in an internal heat rise. Larger
physical size MLCC capacitors have higher RMS current
rating due to their greater surface area to dissipate the
heat rise. The capacitance of MLCC capacitors decreases
with applied voltage and this must be taken into account
when selecting the capacitance value. If a connection is
lost during balancing, the differential voltage seen by the
LTC3300-1 power circuit on each side of the break may
increase or decrease depending on whether the power
stage is charging or discharging and where the break
occurred. The worst-case scenario is when the balancers on each side of the break are active and balancing
in opposite directions. Here the differential voltage will
increase rapidly on one side and decrease rapidly on the
other. The LTC3300-1 contains an overvoltage protection
comparator which monitors the cell voltage and will shut
down all balancers before the differential voltage on any
cell input reaches the maximum absolute voltage rating.
Each cell node must have an equivalent capacitance across
it to prevent an overvoltage condition when randomly
connecting cells to the LTC3300-1 battery balancer circuit. In addition to the smoothing capacitors across each
balancer power circuit, there are capacitor across the Cx
pins of the LTC3300-1 to reduce high frequency noise on
these pins and capacitors across adjacent cells to act as
a reservoir of charge for the cell’s MOSFET gate circuit.
These reservoir capacitors must also be of equal value to
maintain the balancing of voltage and a capacitor of 2x
the value of the reservoir capacitors must be connected
between C1 and V– of the lowest LTC3300-1 and from
the top cell to the cell below it to insure an equal voltage
across all cells when the battery stack is initially connected.
Figures 25 and 26 detail these capacitor connections
and their values. The reservoir capacitors must be large
compared to the capacitors across the Cx pins to force
the MOSFET gate driver charging current to flow through
the reservoir capacitors. An effective 10:1 ratio between
these cell capacitors was selected when considering that
a capacitor across two cells would result in a 5:1 ratio.
Temperature Monitor
The DC2100A has the ability to monitor 12 temperature
locations within the battery pack. The GUI Control Panel
Window, Figure 29, displays these temperatures in two
temperature displays, item 16 of Figure 29, for 6 temperature locations. The DC2100A contains a daughter card
that can be used to connect twisted pair wires to twelve
10K NTC thermistors, Vishay NTHS0603N01N1002JE or
equivalent, within the battery pack. The daughter card
is shipped with fixed resistors to simulate temperature
readings within a battery pack. These resistor values are
selected to display the range of possible temperatures that
may be measured. When connecting the daughter card to
the actual thermistor, these resistors should be removed
and the twisted pair wires connected to the turrets provided.
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1
C4
0.22µF
16V
0603
1
D2
CMMSH2-40
2
2
CMMSH2-40
R5
R6
6.81
0 OPT
C3
0.1µF
16V
0402
C6
G6P
I6P
41
40
39 38 37
42
– BOOST+ C6 G6P I6P
BOOST BOOST
36
C5
35
G5P
34
I5P
33
C4
32
G4P
31
I4P
30
C3
29
G3P
28
I3P
27
C2
26
G2P
25
I2P
C6K
1µF
16V
0603
C5K
1µF
16V
0603
G5P
I5P
I4P
G3P
I3P
G2P
C10
4.7µF
16V
0805
C11
4.7µF
16V
0805
C4
C3
C2
C2K
1µF
16V
0603
I2P
C1K
1µF
16V
0603
C5
C9
4.7µF
16V
0805
C4K
1µF
16V
0603
C3K
1µF
16V
0603
G4P
SDO WDT V – I1P G1P C1
19 20 21 22 23 24
WDTA
D1
C12
4.7µF
16V
0805
C23
10µF
10V
0805
C1
C14
4.7µF
16V
0805
DC2100a F25
I1P G1P
Figure 25. Bypass Capacitors on Lowest LTC3300-1
1
C8
0.22µF
16V
0603
1
2
CMMSH2-40
R9
0 OPT
C7
0.1µF
16V
0402
D4
CMMSH2-40
2
R10
6.81
C12
G12P
I12P
41
40
39 38 37
42
BOOST BOOST– BOOST+ C6 G6P I6P
36
C5
35
G5P
34
I5P
33
C4
32
G4P
31
I4P
30
C3
29
G3P
28
I3P
27
C2
26
G2P
25
I2P
C12K
1µF
16V
0603
G11P
I11P
G10P
I10P
G9P
I9P
G8P
I8P
SDO WDT V – I1P G1P C1
19 20 21 22 23 24
C7K
1µF
16V
0603
WDTC
D3
C11K
1µF
16V
0603
C10K
1µF
16V
0603
C9K
1µF
16V
0603
C8K
1µF
16V
0603
C24
10µF
10V
0805
C11
C15
4.7µF
16V
0805
C16
4.7µF
16V
0805
C17
4.7µF
16V
0805
C9
C8
C18
4.7µF
16V
0805
C20
4.7µF
16V
0805
I7P G7P
C6
C10
C5
C7
C13
4.7µF
16V
0805
DC2100a F26
Figure 26. Bypass Capacitors on the Top LTC3300-1
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Figure 27. Thermistor Board Location
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quick start procedure
1. CONTROL PANEL WINDOW – FIGURE 28 (CELLS TAB)
2. CONTROL PANEL WINDOW – FIGURE 29 (GLOBAL CHANNEL MONITOR TAB)
3. CALIBRATION DATA WINDOW - FIGURE 30
4. EVENT LOG WINDOW - FIGURE 31
5. GRAPH VIEW WINDOW - FIGURE 32
Figure 28. GUI Navigation
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1. SYSTEM TREE VIEW
11. NOMINAL BALANCE CURRENTS DISPLAY
2. BOARD STATUS LED
12. OVER AND UNDER VOLTAGE SETTING CONTROLS
3. SELECTED BOARD INDICATOR
13. VOLTAGE DISPLAY CONTROLS
4. BOARD IDENTIFICATION DISPLAY
14. CELL STATE COLOR KEY
5. DATA DISPLAY TABS
15. BOARD CONFIGURATION
6. FIRMWARE UPGRADE BUTTON
16. LTC3300-1 REGISTER DISPLAY (2 INSTANCES FOR 2 ICS ON DC2100A)
7. CALIBRATION DATA WINDOW BUTTON
17. BALANCE MODE SELECT BOXES (2 GROUPS, WITH 6 CELLS IN EACH GROUP)
8. EVENT LOG WINDOW BUTTON
18. TEMPERATURE DISPLAY (2 GROUPS, WITH 6 TEMPERATURES IN EACH GROUP)
9. GRAPH VIEW WINDOW BUTTON
19. MANUAL AND TIMED BALANCE CONTROLS
10. DATA LOGGING CONTROLS
Figure 29. Control Panel Window – Cells Tab View
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1. SYSTEM TREE VIEW
8. EVENT LOG WINDOW BUTTON
2. BOARD STATUS LED
9. GRAPH VIEW WINDOW BUTTON
3. SELECTED BOARD INDICATOR
10. DATA LOGGING CONTROLS
4. BOARD IDENTIFICATION DISPLAY
11. NOMINAL BALANCE CURRENTS DISPLAY
5. DATA DISPLAY TABS
12. OVER AND UNDER VOLTAGE SETTING CONTROLS
6. FIRMWARE UPGRADE BUTTON
13. CELL VOLTAGE DISPLAY GRID
7. CALIBRATION DATA WINDOW BUTTON
Figure 30. Control Panel Window – Global Channel Monitor View
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1. CELL CAPACITY DATA GRID
2. BALANCE CURRENT DATA GRID
3. SELECTED BOARD INDICATOR
4. CANCEL BUTTON
5. CELL CAPACITY CALIBRATION CONTROLS
6. BALANCE CURRENT CALIBRATION CONTROLS
Figure 31. Calibration Data Window
1. EVENT LOG DATA
2. LOG CLEAR CONTROL
3. LOG FILE CONTROL
Figure 32. Event Log Window
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5. BOARD TEMPERATURE SELECTION BOXES
1. GRAPH DISPLAY
2. STACK SUMMARY DATA SELECTION BOXES
6. GRAPH DATA CONTROLS
3. BOARD SUMMARY DATA SELECTION BOXES
7. SELECTED BOARD INDICATOR
4. BOARD CELL VOLTAGE SELECTION BOXES
Figure 33. Graph View Window
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quick start procedure
CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING STACK CURRENTS
CELL 12
CELL 11
CELL 10
CELL 9
CELL 8
CELL 7
CELL 6
CELL 5
SYSTEM SETUP REQUIREMENTS:
LFP OR LI-ION BATTERY >= 20AHr
INTERNAL RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
RECOMMENDED BATTERY SIMULATOR:
POWER SUPPLY 2V TO 5.0 V ±10A
INTERCONNECT RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
CELL 4
CELL 3
CELL 2
CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING CELL CURRENTS
CELL 1
TO PC’S USB PORT
NOTE: ALL CONNECTIONS FROM EQUIPMENT SHOULD BE KELVIN CONNECTED DIRECTLY TO THE BOARD PINS WHICH THEY
ARE CONNECTED TO ON THIS DIAGRAM AND ANY INPUT, OR OUTPUT, LEADS SHOULD BE TWISTED PAIR, WHERE POSSIBLE.
Figure 34. Proper Measurement Equipment Setup for Bi-Directional Cell Balancer
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quick start procedure
–
VM8
+VM6–
+
+
CELL 12
0.10Ω
–
0.01Ω
–
+
VM7
CELL 11
VM5
CELL 10
CELL 9
CELL 8
CELL 7
0.1Ω
+VM4–
SYSTEM SETUP REQUIREMENTS:
LFP OR LI-ION BATTERY >= 20AHr
INTERNAL RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
RECOMMENDED BATTERY SIMULATOR:
POWER SUPPLY 2V TO 5.0 V ±10A
INTERCONNECT RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
CELL 6
CELL 5
–
VM3
+
PS1
150Ω
20W
CELL 4
CELL 3
+VM2–
+
–
VM1
0.01Ω
CELL 2
CELL 1
TO PC’S USB PORT
Figure 35. Proper Equipment Setup for Cell Balancer Efficiency Measurements
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SYSTEM SETUP REQUIREMENTS:
LFP OR LI-ION BATTERY >= 20AHr
INTERNAL RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
RECOMMENDED BATTERY SIMULATOR:
POWER SUPPLY 2V TO 5.0 V ±10A
INTERCONNECT RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
0.1Ω
+VM4–
CELL 4
CELL 3
–
VM3
+VM2–
+
–
VM1
0.01Ω
+
PS1
150Ω
20W
CELL 2
CELL 1
TO PC’S USB PORT
Figure 36. Proper Equipment Setup for Minimum Number (4) of Cell Efficiency Measurements
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CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING STACK CURRENT
CELL 4
CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING CELL CURRENTS
CELL 3
CELL 2 SYSTEM SETUP REQUIREMENTS:
LFP OR LI-ION BATTERY >= 20AHr
INTERNAL RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
RECOMMENDED BATTERY SIMULATOR:
CELL 1 POWER SUPPLY 2V TO 5.0 V ±10A
INTERCONNECT RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
TO PC’S USB PORT
Figure 37. Configuring the Board for 4 Cells
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quick start procedure
CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING STACK CURRENT
CELL 5
CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING CELL CURRENTS
CELL 4
CELL 3
SYSTEM SETUP REQUIREMENTS:
LFP OR LI-ION BATTERY >= 20AHr
INTERNAL RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
CELL 2
RECOMMENDED BATTERY SIMULATOR:
POWER SUPPLY 2V TO 5.0 V ±10A
INTERCONNECT RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
CELL 1
TO PC’S USB PORT
Figure 38. Configuring the Board for 5 Cells
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quick start procedure
CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING STACK CURRENT
CELL 6
CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING CELL CURRENTS
CELL 5
CELL 4
SYSTEM SETUP REQUIREMENTS:
LFP OR LI-ION BATTERY >= 20AHr
INTERNAL RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
CELL 3
RECOMMENDED BATTERY SIMULATOR:
POWER SUPPLY 2V TO 5.0 V ±10A
INTERCONNECT RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
CELL 2
CELL 1
TO PC’S USB PORT
Figure 39. Configuring the Board for 6 Cells
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quick start procedure
CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING STACK CURRENTS
CELL 7
CELL 6
CELL 5
CELL 4
CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING CELL CURRENTS
CELL 3
CELL 2
CELL 1
SYSTEM SETUP REQUIREMENTS:
LFP OR LI-ION BATTERY >= 20AHr
INTERNAL RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
RECOMMENDED BATTERY SIMULATOR:
POWER SUPPLY 2V TO 5.0 V ±10A
INTERCONNECT RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
TO PC’S USB PORT
Figure 40. Configuring the Board for 7 Cells
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quick start procedure
CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING STACK CURRENTS
CELL 8
CELL 7
CELL 6
CELL 5
CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING CELL CURRENTS
CELL 4
CELL 3
CELL 2
SYSTEM SETUP REQUIREMENTS:
LFP OR LI-ION BATTERY >= 20AHr
INTERNAL RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
RECOMMENDED BATTERY SIMULATOR:
POWER SUPPLY 2V TO 5.0 V ±10A
INTERCONNECT RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
CELL 1
TO PC’S USB PORT
Figure 41. Configuring the Board for 8 Cells
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quick start procedure
CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING STACK CURRENTS
CELL 9
CELL 8
CELL 7
CELL 6
CELL 5
CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING CELL CURRENTS
CELL 4
CELL 3
CELL 2
SYSTEM SETUP REQUIREMENTS:
LFP OR LI-ION BATTERY >= 20AHr
INTERNAL RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
RECOMMENDED BATTERY SIMULATOR:
POWER SUPPLY 2V TO 5.0 V ±10A
INTERCONNECT RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
CELL 1
TO PC’S USB PORT
Figure 42. Configuring the Board for 9 Cells
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quick start procedure
CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING STACK CURRENTS
CELL 10
CELL 9
CELL 8
CELL 7
CELL 6
CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING CELL CURRENTS
CELL 5
CELL 4
CELL 3
SYSTEM SETUP REQUIREMENTS:
LFP OR LI-ION BATTERY >= 20AHr
INTERNAL RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
RECOMMENDED BATTERY SIMULATOR:
POWER SUPPLY 2V TO 5.0 V ±10A
INTERCONNECT RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
CELL 2
CELL 1
TO PC’S USB PORT
Figure 43. Configuring the Board for 10 Cells
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Quick Start Procedure
CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING STACK CURRENTS
CELL 11
CELL 10
CELL 9
CELL 8
CELL 7
CELL 6
CURRENT PROBE CONNECTIONS
FOR MEASURING CELL CURRENTS
CELL 5
CELL 4
CELL 3
SYSTEM SETUP REQUIREMENTS:
LFP OR LI-ION BATTERY >= 20AHr
INTERNAL RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
RECOMMENDED BATTERY SIMULATOR:
POWER SUPPLY 2V TO 5.0 V ±10A
INTERCONNECT RESISTANCE < 20mΩ
CELL 2
CELL 1
TO PC’S USB PORT
Figure 44. Configuring the Board for 11 Cells
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PCB Layout
Top Silk Screen
Bottom Silk Screen
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PCB Layout
Layer 1
Layer 2
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PCB Layout
Layer 3
Layer 4
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Parts List
ITEM
QTY
REFERENCE
PART DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTURER/PART NUMBER
CAP.,X5R, 100µF, 6.3V, 20%, 1210
MURATA, GRM32ER60J107ME20L
Required Circuit Components
1
24
C1A-C12A, C1B-C12B
2
24
C1E-C12E, C1F-C12F
CAP.,X7R, 470PF, 100V, 10%, 0603
AVX, 06031C471KAT2A
3
12
C1G-C12G
CAP.,X7R, 2200PF, 50V, 10%, 0402
MURATA, GRM155R71H222KA01D
4
12
C1H-C12H
CAP.,X7R, 470PF, 50V, 10%, 0402
MURATA, GRM155R71H471KA01D
5
13
C1M-C13M
CAP.,X7R, 0.01µF, 25V,10%, 0603
MURATA, GRM188R71E103KA01D
6
12
C1R-C12R
CAP.,X7R, 2.2µF, 100V,10%, 1210
MURATA, GRM32ER72A225KA35L
7
14
C1, C5, C1K-C12K
CAP.,X7R, 1.0µF, 16V,10%, 0603
MURATA, GRM188R71C105KA12D
8
13
C2, C6, C9-C18, C20
CAP.,X5R, 4.7µF, 16V,10%, 1206
MURATA, GRM31CR71C475KA01L
9
2
C3, C7
CAP, X7R, 0.1µF, 16V, 10% 0402
MURATA, GRM155R71C104KA88D
10
2
C4, C8
CAP.,X7R, 0.22µF, 16V,10%, 0603
TDK, C1608X7R1C224K
11
2
C19, C22
CAP., X7R, 470PF, 250VAC, 10%, 1808
MURATA, GA342QR7GF471KW01L
12
2
C23, C24
CAP.,X7R, 10µF, 10V,10%, 0805
MURATA, GRM21BR71A106K51L
13
2
C25, C26
CAP., X7R, 0.1µF, 100V, 10%, 0805
AVX, 08051C104KAT2A
14
4
C27, C33, C50, C51
CAP.,X7R, 0.1µF, 25V,10%, 0603
MURATA, GRM188R71E103KA01D
15
3
C28, C29, C31
CAP.,X5R, 1µF, 25V,10%, 0603
TDK, C1608X5R1E105K
16
3
C30, C39, C46
CAP, X5R, 10µF, 6.3V, 20%, 0603
MURATA, GRM188R71C105KA12D
17
6
C34-C38, C45
CAP, X7R, 0.1µF, 16V, 20%, 0402
AVX, 0402YC104MAT2A
18
1
C42
CAP.X5R, 047µF, 16V, 10%, 0402
TDK, C1005X5R1A474K
19
2
C43, C44
CAP,C0G, 22PF, 50V, 0402
MURATA, GRM1555C1H220JZ01D
20
2
C47, C48
CAP, X5R, 1.0µF, 6.3V, 10%, 0603
TAIYO YUDEN, JMK105BJ105KV
21
12
D1E-D12E
DIODE, SBR,200, 10A, POWERDI5
DIODES INC, SBR10U200P5-13
22
4
D1-D4
SMD, SCHOTTKY
CENTRAL SEMI, CMMSH2-40
23
3
D5-D7
SMD, SILICON SWITCHING DIODE
VISHAY, RS07J
24
2
D8, D12
SMD, SILICON ZENER, 5.1V
CENTRAL SEMI, CMHZ4689
25
2
D10, D13
SMD, SCHOTTKY, 70V
CENTRAL SEMI, CMOD6263 TR
26
2
D9, D11
DIODE, ZENER 5.6V, 400MW, SOD323
PHILIPS, PDZ5.6B
27
1
D14
DIODE, SWITCHING, 1.0mm × 0.6mm DFN2
DIODES INC, 1N4448HLP
28
25
D1D-D12D, D1F-D12F, D15
LED,GREEN, CLEAR 0603 SMD
LITE-ON, LTST-C190KGKT
29
1
D16
LED, YELLOW ORANGE CLEAR 0603 SMD
LITE-ON, LTST-C190KFKT
30
13
F1-F12, F15
SMD, FUSE, 12.0A, FAST ACTING, 1206
BUSSMANN, 3216FF12-R
31
2
F13, F14
SMD, FUSE, 7.0A, FAST ACTING, 1206
BUSSMANN, 3216FF7-R
32
1
J1
CONN MOD JACK R/A 8P8C SHIELDED RJ45
WÜRTH, 615008140121
33
1
J19
USB, B RECEPTACLE, RT, SMT
WÜRTH, 651005136521
34
1
J20
HEADER, 2mm, 2 × 3 TH HEADER
WÜRTH, 62000621121
35
1
J21
HEADER, 2mm, 2 × 8 TH HEADER
WÜRTH, 62501621621
36
1
J22
HEADER, 2mm, 2 × 2, TH HEADER
MOLEX, 87831-0420
37
1
PB1
SWITCH TACTILE SPST-NO 0.05A 12V
WÜRTH, 434111025826
38
12
R1A-R12A
RES, CHIP, 20Ω, 1/4W, 5%,1206
VISHAY, CRCW120620R0JNEA
39
12
R1B-R12B OPT
RES, CHIP,18Ω, 1/4W, 5%, 1206
VISHAY, CRCW120618R0JNEA
40
24
R1C-R12C, R1F-R12F
RES, CHIP, 5.1Ω, 1/16W, 5%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04025R10JNED
41
24
R1G-R12G, R1H-R12H
RES, CHIP, 20Ω, 1/16W, 5%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW040220R0JNED
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Parts List
ITEM
QTY
REFERENCE
PART DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTURER/PART NUMBER
42
14
R1J-R12J, R56, R58
RES, CHIP, 2.0k, 1/16W, 5%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04022K00JNED
43
16
R1K-R13K, R27, R28, R37
RES, CHIP, 100Ω, 1/16W, 5%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW0402100RJNED
44
12
R1L-R12L
RES, CHIP, 470Ω, 1/16W, 5%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW0402470RJNED
45
12
R1M-R12M
RES, CHIP, 33Ω, 1W, 5%, 2512
VISHAY, CRCW251233R0JNEG
46
12
R1N-R12N
RES, CHIP, 3.3k, 1/16W, 5%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04023K30JNED
47
1
R2
RES, CHIP, 0Ω, JUMPER, 1/16W, 5%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04020000Z0ED
48
2
R4, R8
RES, CHIP, 1.27M, 1/8W, 1%, 0805
VISHAY, CRCW08051M27FKED
49
2
R6, R10
RES,CHIP, 6.81Ω, 1/16W, 1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04026R81FKED
50
8
R11-R18
RES, CHIP, 0Ω, 2512
VISHAY, CRCW25120000Z0EG
51
3
R19, R21, R24
RES, CHIP, 23.7k, 1/16W, 1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW040223K7FKED
52
2
R20, R22
RES, CHIP, 33.2K, 1/16W, 1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW040233K2FKED
53
2
R25, R26
RES, CHIP, 60.4Ω, 1/10W, 1%, 0603
VISHAY, CRCW060360R4FKED
54
2
R29, R63
RES, CHIP, 60.4Ω, 1/16W, 1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW040260R4FKED
55
4
R30, R31, R40, R41
RES, CHIP, 1.00M, 1/16W, 5%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04021M00JNED
56
2
R32, R39
RES, CHIP, 1.40k, 1/16W, 1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04021K40JKED
57
2
R33, R38
RES, CHIP, 604Ω, 1/16W, 1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW0402604RJKED
58
5
R34, R36, R47, R61, R62
RES, CHIP, 2.0k, 1/16W, 5%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04022K00JNED
59
1
R35
RES, CHIP, 10k, 1/16W, 1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW040210K0FKED
60
6
R42, R43, R50-R52, R60
RES, CHIP, 10.0k, 1/16W, 5%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW040210K0JNED
61
1
R44
RES, CHIP, 1.0Ω, 1/16W, 5%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04021R00JNED
62
1
R49
RES, CHIP, 1.0k, 1/16W, 5%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04021K00JNED
63
1
R53
RES, CHIP, 100k, 1/16W, 1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW0402100KFKED
64
2
R54, R55
RES, CHIP, 20Ω, 1/10W, 5%, 0603
VISHAY, CRCW060320R0JNEA
65
1
R59
RES, CHIP, 5.1k, 1/16W, 5%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04025K10JNED
66
1
R64
RES, CHIP, 2.49k, 1/16W, 1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04022K49FKED
67
1
R65
RES, CHIP, 1.00M, 1/16W, 1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04021M00FKED
68
1
R66
RES, CHIP, 301, 1/10W, 1%, 0603
VISHAY, CRCW0603301RFKED
69
12
RS1A-RS12A
RES, CHIP, 5mΩ, 1W, 1%, 1206
SUSUMU, PRL1632-R005-F
70
12
RS1B-RS12B
RES, CHIP, 10mΩ, 1W, 1%, 1206
SUSUMU, PRL1632-R010-F
71
12
Q1A-Q12A
MOSFET, 100V, 0.0087Ω, 60A, POWERPAK-SO8
VISHAY, SiR882ADP-GE3
72
12
Q1B-Q12B
MOSFET, 100V, 0.058Ω, 25A, POWERPAK-1212-8
VISHAY, SiS892ADN-GE3
73
12
Q1C-Q12C
MOSFET, P-CHANNEL 30V, 80MΩ, MPAK
INFINEON, BSS308PEH6327XT
74
2
Q1, Q2
MOSFET, 100V, 10Ω, SOT-323
DIODES INC, BSS123W-7-F
75
1
Q3
TRANS. NPN, 180V, 0.6A, SOT-223
CENTRAL SEMI, CZT5551
76
1
Q4
TRANS, PNP, 60V, SOT-23
CENTRAL SEMI, CMPT3906E
77
1
Q5
MOSFET, P-CHANNEL 50V, 4Ω, SOT-23
CENTRAL SEMI, CMPDM8002A
78
2
Q6, Q7
TRANS, NPN, 60V, SOT-23
CENTRAL SEMI, CMPT3904E
79
1
Q8
MOSFET, 100V, 10Ω, SOT-323
DIODES INC, BSS123W
80
12
T1-T12
TRANSFORMER, 1:1, 3.0µH, 10.8A
WÜRTH, 750312504
81
1
T13, T15
TRANSFORMER, ISOLATION
PULSE ENG., PE-68386NLT
82
1
T14
IND., CHOKE COM MODE 22µH, 1.2kΩ SMD
TDK, ACT458-220-2P-TL003
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Parts List
ITEM
QTY
83
2
REFERENCE
PART DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTURER/PART NUMBER
U1, U2
IC,SMT, BI-DIRECTIONAL BATTERY BALANCER
LINEAR, LTC3300ILXE-1#PBF
84
1
U3
IC,SMT, BATTERY MONITOR
LINEAR, LTC6804IG-2#PBF
85
1
U4
IC,SMT, 24AA64
MICROCHIP TECH. 24AA64T-I/OT
86
1
U5
IC,SMT, isospi ISOLATED COMM. INTERFACE
LINEAR, LTC6820IMS#PBF
87
2
U6, U7
IC,SMT, 8-CHANNEL MUX, SSOP-16
LINEAR, LTC1380CGN#PBF
88
1
U8
MODULE, USB ISOLATOR
LINEAR, LTM2884CY#PBF
89
1
U9
IC,SMT, MICRO POWER VLDO, 3.3V, SOT23-5
LINEAR, LT1761ES5-3.3#PBF
90
1
U10
14-Bit uc w/usb, 8mm × 8mm QFN44
MICROCHIP, PIC18F47J53-I/ML
91
1
Y1
12MHz CRYSTAL
ECS INC, ECS-120-20-3X
Components and Hardware for Demo Board Only
1
15
E1-E15
TURRET, 0.09"
MIL-MAX, 2501-2-00-80-00-00-07-0
2
1
J17
HEADER, SMD, 1 × 15, TIN PLATED, RT ANGLE
HIROSE, DF3DZ-15P-2(21)
3
6
JP1-JP6
HEADER, 3PINS, 2mm
WÜRTH, 62000311121
4
6
JP1-JP6
SHUNT 2mm
WÜRTH, 60800213421
5
1
JP7
HEADER, 2.54mm, 3 × 6 THT VERT 18POS
SAMTEC, TSW-106-07-L-T
6
1
JP7(mate)
JP7 JUMPER BOARD
LINEAR, DC2100-ASSY-1
7
1
J17(mate)
DC2100A THERMISTOR BOARD
LINEAR, DC2100A - THERM-1
8
10
STAND-OFF HEX, NYL 8/32 THR 0.25" L
KEYSTONE, 1904A
9
10
SCREW, PAN PHILLIPS 8-32 1/4 NYL
B&F FASTENER, NY PMS 8320025PH
Optional Components
1
0
C1C-C12C
CAP., X5R, 100µF, 6.3V, 10%, 1210
MURATA, GRM32ER60J107ME20L
2
0
C1S-C12S, C1T-C12T
CAP., X7R, 2.2µF, 100V, 10%, 1210
MURATA, GRM32ER72A225KA35L
3
0
C1L-C12L OPT
CAP, OPT, 100V, 0805
4
0
C21, C32 OPT
CAP., X7R, 100PF, 100V, 10%, 0603
AVX, 06031C101KAT
5
0
C40 OPT
CAP, X5R, 10µF, 6.3V, 20% 0603
MURATA, GRM188R60J106ME47D
6
0
C49
CAP, OPT, 16V, 0402
7
0
D1A-D12A OPT
DIODE, SCHOTTKY 2.0A 60V HI EFFICIENCY
DIODES INC, DFLS260-7
8
0
D1B-D12B OPT
DIODE, SCHOTTKY 100V 1A BARRIER RECTIFIER
POWERDI123
DIODES INC, DFLS1100-7
9
0
D1C-D12C OPT
SMD, SCHOTTKY
CENTRAL SEMI, CMOSH-4E
10
0
R1, R7 OPT
RES, CHIP, 1.00M, 1/16W, 5%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04021M00JNED
11
0
R3, R5, R9, R23 OPT
RES, CHIP, 0Ω, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04020000Z0ED
12
0
R45, R46, R48, R57 OPT
RES, CHIP, 0Ω, 2512
VISHAY, CRCW25120000Z0EF
13
0
J2, J3, J4, J16 OPT
HEADER 1 × 2
WEIDMULLER, 179313000_SC
14
0
J2, J3, J4, J16 (mate) OPT
SOCKET 1 × 2
WEIDMULLER, 1792770000
15
0
J5-J15 OPT
HEADER, 1 × 3
WEIDMULLER, 179314000_SC
16
0
J5-J15 (mate) OPT
SOCKET, 1 × 3
WEIDMULLER, 1792780000
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Parts List
ITEM
QTY
REFERENCE
PART DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTURER/PART NUMBER
Thermistor Board
1
1
J1
CONN RECEPT 15POS 2MM VERT TIN
HIROSE, DF3-15S-2DSA(25)
2
1
R1
RES, CHIP, 340k, 1/16W, 1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW0402340KFKED
3
1
R2
RES, CHIP, 54.9k, 1/16W, 1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW040254K9FKED
4
1
R3
RES, CHIP, 20k, 1/16W, 1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW040220K0FKED
5
1
R4
RES, CHIP, 8.06k, 1/16W, 1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04028K06FKED
6
1
R5
RES, CHIP, 5.36k, 1/16W, 1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04025K36FKED
7
1
R6
RES, CHIP, 3.65k,1/16W,1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04023K65FKED
8
1
R7
RES, CHIP, 2.49k,1/16W,1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04022K49FKED
9
1
R8
RES, CHIP, 1.24k,1/16W,1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW04021K24FKED
10
1
R9
RES, CHIP, 909Ω,1/16W,1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW0402909RFKED
11
1
R10
RES, CHIP, 681Ω,1/16W,1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW0402681RFKED
12
1
R11
RES, CHIP, 301Ω,1/16W,1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW0402301RFKED
13
1
R12
RES, CHIP, 147Ω,1/16W,1%, 0402
VISHAY, CRCW0402147RFKED
14
14
E1-E14
TURRET, 0.061 DIA
MILL MAX, 2308-2-00-80-00-00-07-0
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A
B
C
D
C1
C1
C2
C1
C2
C2
C3
1210
6.3V
1210
6.3V
D2C
CMOSH-4E
G2P
C2B
100uF
1210
6.3V
1210
6.3V
20
R2G
I1P
C1G
2.2nF
20
R1G
20
1206
T2
4
5
6
7
D3B
DFLS1100
OPT
T1
4
5
6
7
*
*
0.008
0.005
*
DC2100A - A / B
DC2100A - C / D
4
18
1206
R3B
R2B
18
1206
*
RS3B
0.010
*
*
RS2B
0.010
18
1206
R1B
* RS1B
0.010
RS1A-RS12A
OPT
D1B
DFLS1100
V-
4
D2B
DFLS1100
OPT
WURTH-750312504
9
10
1
2
D1A
DFLS260
OPT
470pF
100V
0603
C1E
RS1A*
0.005
20
1206
R1A
4
5
6
7
WURTH-750312504
9
10
1
2
D2A
DFLS260
OPT
100V
0603
*
RS2A
0.005
20
1206
C2E
R2A 470pF
T3
WURTH-750312504
9
10
1
2
DFLS260
OPT
D3A
100V
0603
RS3A
0.005 *
R3A
C3E
470pF
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
OPT
4
Q1A
SiR882DP
5.1
R1C
1210
6.3V
OPT
C1C
100uF
D1C
CMOSH-4E
G1P
C1B
100uF
5
OPT
4
Q2A
SiR882DP
5.1
R2C
1210
6.3V
C2C
100uF
OPT
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
I2P
C2G
2.2nF
C1A
100uF
D1E
SBR10U200P5
20
R3G
Q3A
SiR882DP
4
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
I3P
C3G
2.2nF
C2A
100uF
D2E
SBR10U200P5
5.1
R3C
1210
6.3V
OPT
C3C
100uF
D3C
CMOSH-4E OPT
G3P
1210
6.3V
1210
6.3V
D3E
SBR10U200P5
C3B
100uF
C3A
100uF
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
3
20
R3H
5.1
R3F
C3R
2.2uF
1210
100V
I3S
G3S
C3H
470pF
OPT
C3S
2.2uF
1210
100V
20
R2H
5.1
I2S
G2S
1210
100V
C2R
2.2uF
1210
100V
OPT
C1T
2.2uF
20
R1H
5.1
R1F
1210
100V
1210
100V
C1H
470pF
I1S
G1S
C1R
2.2uF
OPT
C1S
2.2uF
NP
18
RS1B-RS12B
0.016
0.010
R1B-R12B
470pF
NP
C1F-C12F
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
4
Q1B
SiS892DN
470pF
100V
0603
* C1F
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
4
C2H
470pF
470pF
100V
0603
R2F
1210
100V
1210
100V
Q2B
SiS892DN
C2S
2.2uF
C2T
2.2uF
OPT
*C2F
OPT
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
4
Q3B
SiS892DN
OPT
C3T
2.2uF
1210
470pF 100V
100V
0603
* C3F
BOT6_TS
V-
BOT6_TS
V-
BOT6_TS
3
3
C4
C5
C5
C3
C4
C4
C5
C6
C6
D4E
SBR10U200P5
D5E
SBR10U200P5
4
R6G 20
CMOSH-4E
Q6A
SiR882DP
5.1
R6C
1210
6.3V
OPT
C6C
100uF
1210
6.3V
1210
6.3V
4
20
R5G
CMOSH-4E
Q5A
SiR882DP
5.1
R5C
1210
6.3V
C5C
100uF
C4G
2.2nF
20
R4G
Q4A
SiR882DP
CMOSH-4E
5.1
4
2
THIS CIRCUIT IS PROPRIETARY TO LINEAR TECHNOLOGY AND
SUPPLIED FOR USE WITH LINEAR TECHNOLOGY PARTS.
CUSTOMER NOTICE
T5
4
5
6
7
D6B
DFLS1100
OPT
T4
4
5
6
7
D5B
DFLS1100
OPT
SCALE = NONE
J. DREW
NC
APPROVALS
R6B
18
1206
*
-
ECO
* RS6B
0.010
*
18
1206
R5B
18
1206
R4B
0.010
* RS4B
*
RS5B
0.010
*
C6F
N/A
DATE:
SIZE
5.1
C6H
470pF
I6S
G6S
1210
100V
OPT
C6T
2.2uF
PRODUCTION
R5F
20
R5H
5.1
C5H
470pF
I5S
G5S
1210
100V
C5S
2.2uF
OPT
R4F
20
R4H
C4H
470pF
I4S
G4S
1210
100V
C4S
2.2uF
OPT
V-
1
2
179313000_SC
SHEET
1
1
4
OF 6
REV.
LTC Confidential-For Customer Use Only
HIGH EFFICIENCY BIDIRECTIONAL
MULTICELL BATTERY BALANCER
LTC3300ILXE-1 / LTC6804IG-2
DEMO CIRCUIT 2100A
3 - 11 - 14
E8
BOT6_TS
F13
7A
1206
BOT6_TS
BOT6_TS
BOT6_TS
J2
DATE
3 - 11 - 14
1630 McCarthy Blvd.
Milpitas, CA 95035
Phone: (408)432-1900 www.linear.com
V-
C4R
2.2uF
1210
100V
BOT6_TS
V-
C5R
2.2uF
1210
100V
BOT6_TS
V-
C6R
2.2uF
1210
100V
J.DREW
APPROVED
TECHNOLOGY Fax: (408)434-0507
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
4
5.1
1210
100V
470pF
100V
0603
Q4B
SiS892DN
C4T
2.2uF
* C4F
OPT
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
4
Q5B
SiS892DN
1210
100V
470pF
100V
0603
OPT
C5T
2.2uF
* C5F
IC NO.
1210
100V
C6S
2.2uF
OPT
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
20
R6H
1
DESCRIPTION
REVISION HISTORY
Q6B
SiS892DN
R6F
4
470pF
100V
0603
*
4
REV
TITLE: SCHEMATIC
D4B
DFLS1100
OPT
WURTH-750312504
9
10
1
2
D4A
DFLS260
OPT
470pF
100V
0603
C4E
*
RS4A
0.005
20
1206
R4A
4
5
6
7
WURTH-750312504
9
10
1
2
D5A
DFLS260
OPT
470pF
100V
0603
*
RS5A
0.005
20
1206
R5A
C5E
T6
WURTH-750312504
9
10
1
2
D6A
DFLS260
OPT
470pF
100V
0603
C6E
*
RS6A
0.005
20
1206
R6A
BOT6_TS
LINEAR TECHNOLOGY HAS MADE A BEST EFFORT TO DESIGN A
CIRCUIT THAT MEETS CUSTOMER-SUPPLIED SPECIFICATIONS;
HOWEVER, IT REMAINS THE CUSTOMER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO
PCB DES.
VERIFY PROPER AND RELIABLE OPERATION IN THE ACTUAL
APP ENG.
APPLICATION. COMPONENT SUBSTITUTION AND PRINTED
CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT MAY SIGNIFICANTLY AFFECT CIRCUIT
PERFORMANCE OR RELIABILITY. CONTACT LINEAR
TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS ENGINEERING FOR ASSISTANCE.
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
I4P
OPT
D4C
G4P
1210
6.3V
1210
6.3V
1210
6.3V
R4C
C4C
100uF
C4B
100uF
C4A
100uF
OPT
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
I5P
C5G
2.2nF
OPT
D5C
G5P
C5B
100uF
C5A
100uF
OPT
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
I6P
C6G
2.2nF
OPT
D6C
G6P
1210
6.3V
1210
6.3V
D6E
SBR10U200P5
C6B
100uF
C6A
100uF
2
1
2
C3
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
1
2
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
1
1
2
1
2
2
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
5
6
7
8
3
2
1
1
1
2
3
1
2
3
2
5
6
7
8
3
2
1
1
2
5
6
7
8
3
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
1
2
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
1
2
5
6
7
8
3
2
1
1
2
5
6
7
8
3
2
1
1
2
5
6
7
8
3
2
1
1
2
5
A
B
C
D
DEMO MANUAL DC2100A
Schematic Diagram
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A
B
C
D
C7
C7
C8
C7
C8
C8
C9
1210
6.3V
5
D8C
CMOSH-4E
G8P
C8B
100uF
1210
6.3V
20
R9G
4
20
R8G
5.1
Q8A
SiR882DP
OPT
R8C
1210
6.3V
C8C
100uF
OPT
OPT
1210
6.3V
C7C
100uF
4
20
R7G
Q7A
SiR882DP
5.1
R7C
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
I7P
C7G
2.2nF
OPT
D7C
CMOSH-4E
1210
6.3V
1210
6.3V
G7P
C7B
100uF
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
I8P
C8G
2.2nF
C7A
100uF
D7E
SBR10U200P5
4
Q9A
SiR882DP
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
C9G
2.2nF
I9P
C8A
100uF
D8E
SBR10U200P5
5.1
R9C
1210
6.3V
OPT
C9C
100uF
CMOSH-4E OPT
D9C
G9P
1210
6.3V
1210
6.3V
D9E
SBR10U200P5
C9B
100uF
C9A
100uF
20
1206
R9A
R7A
T8
4
5
6
7
OPT
D9B
DFLS1100
T7
4
5
6
7
D8B
DFLS1100
OPT
C6
4
OPT
D7B
DFLS1100
WURTH-750312504
9
10
1
2
D7A
DFLS260
OPT
470pF
100V
0603
*
RS7A
0.005
20
1206
C7E
4
5
6
7
WURTH-750312504
9
10
1
2
DFLS260
D8A
OPT
100V
0603
*
RS8A
0.005
20
1206
C8E
R8A 470pF
RS9A*
0.005
T9
WURTH-750312504
9
10
1
2
D9A
DFLS260
OPT
100V
0603
C9E
470pF
1
2
4
18
1206
R9B
R8B
18
1206
*
* RS9B
0.010
*
* RS8B
0.010
*
18
1206
R7B
RS7B
0.010
*
C9F
OPT
20
R9H
5.1
R9F
C9R
2.2uF
1210
100V
I9S
G9S
C9H
470pF
C9S
2.2uF
1210
100V
OPT
20
R8H
5.1
C8R
2.2uF
C8H
470pF
I8S
G8S
1210
100V
1210
100V
1210
100V
1210
100V
20
R7H
5.1
R7F
RS1A-RS12A
0.008
0.005
*
DC2100A - A / B
DC2100A - C / D
0.010
0.016
18
NP
3
C12
C9
3
470pF
NP
C1F-C12F
C10
C10
C10
C11
C11
C12
C11
R1B-R12B
TOP6_TS
C6
TOP6_TS
C6
TOP6_TS
RS1B-RS12B
I7S
C7H
470pF
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
4
G7S
C7R
2.2uF
OPT
C7S
2.2uF
OPT
C7T
2.2uF
Q7B
SiS892DN
470pF
100V
0603
* C7F
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
4
R8F
1210
100V
1210
100V
Q8B
SiS892DN
C8S
2.2uF
C8T
2.2uF
470pF
100V
0603
OPT
* C8F
OPT
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
4
Q9B
SiS892DN
C9T
2.2uF
1210
470pF 100V
100V
0603
*
5
6
7
8
3
2
1
1
2
3
1
2
3
1210
6.3V
1210
6.3V
OPT
D11C
G11P
C11B
100uF
C11A
100uF
20
R12G
CMOSH-4E
4
20
R11G
CMOSH-4E
Q11A
SiR882DP
5.1
R11C
1210
6.3V
C11C
100uF
OPT
1210
6.3V
1210
6.3V
4
20
R10G
Q10A
SiR882DP
CMOSH-4E
5.1
R10C
1210
6.3V
OPT
C10C
100uF
2
THIS CIRCUIT IS PROPRIETARY TO LINEAR TECHNOLOGY AND
SUPPLIED FOR USE WITH LINEAR TECHNOLOGY PARTS.
CUSTOMER NOTICE
4
5
6
7
T10
4
5
6
7
OPT
D11B
DFLS1100
D10B
DFLS1100
OPT
SCALE = NONE
J. DREW
NC
APPROVALS
LINEAR TECHNOLOGY HAS MADE A BEST EFFORT TO DESIGN A
CIRCUIT THAT MEETS CUSTOMER-SUPPLIED SPECIFICATIONS;
HOWEVER, IT REMAINS THE CUSTOMER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO
PCB DES.
VERIFY PROPER AND RELIABLE OPERATION IN THE ACTUAL
APP ENG.
APPLICATION. COMPONENT SUBSTITUTION AND PRINTED
CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT MAY SIGNIFICANTLY AFFECT CIRCUIT
PERFORMANCE OR RELIABILITY. CONTACT LINEAR
TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS ENGINEERING FOR ASSISTANCE.
*
T11
OPT
D12B
DFLS1100
WURTH-750312504
9
10
1
2
D10A
DFLS260
OPT
470pF
100V
0603
C10E
RS10A
0.005
20
1206
R10A
4
5
6
7
WURTH-750312504
9
10
1
2
D11A
DFLS260
OPT
470pF
100V
0603
C11E
RS11A *
0.005
20
1206
R11A
*
T12
WURTH-750312504
9
10
1
2
TOP6_TS
D12A
DFLS260
OPT
470pF
100V
0603
C12E
RS12A
0.005
20
1206
R12A
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
I10P
C10G
2.2nF
OPT
D10C
G10P
C10B
100uF
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
I11P
C11G
2.2nF
C10A
100uF
D10E
SBR10U200P5
4
Q12A
SiR882DP
5.1
R12C
1210
6.3V
OPT
C12C
100uF
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
C12G
2.2nF
I12P
OPT
D12C
G12P
1210
6.3V
1210
6.3V
D11E
SBR10U200P5
D12E
SBR10U200P5
C12B
100uF
C12A
100uF
2
1
2
C9
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
1
2
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
1
1
2
1
2
2
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
5
6
7
8
3
2
1
1
2
5
6
7
8
3
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
1
2
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
1
1
2
1
2
1
*
*
18
1206
R12B
18
1206
* R11B
RS12B
0.010
2
1
C12F
18
1206
R10B
RS10B
0.010
N/A
DATE:
SIZE
C12H
470pF
I12S
G12S
R11F
20
R11H
C11H
470pF
I11S
G11S
1210
100V
C11S
2.2uF
OPT
20
R10H
5.1
I10S
C10H
470pF
SHEET
2
1
HIGH EFFICIENCY BIDIRECTIONAL
MULTICELL BATTERY BALANCER
LTC3300ILXE-1 / LTC6804IG-2
DEMO CIRCUIT 2100A
3 - 11 - 14
IC NO.
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C6
C10R
2.2uF
1210
100V
TOP6_TS
C6
C11R
2.2uF
1210
100V
TOP6_TS
TOP6_TS
J3
TOP6_TS
E15
F14
7A
1206
TOP6_TS
179313000_SC
C6
1
2
TOP6_TS
C6
C12R
2.2uF
1210
100V
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PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
4
Q10B
SiS892DN
G10S
1210
100V
R10F
C10S
2.2uF
1210
100V
470pF
100V
0603
OPT
C10T
2.2uF
* C10F
OPT
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
4
5.1
1210
100V
470pF
100V
0603
Q11B
SiS892DN
C11T
2.2uF
OPT
C11F
*
20
R12H
5.1
R12F
1210
100V
C12S
2.2uF
C12T
2.2uF
1210
100V
OPT
OPT
1
PLACE RC CLOSE TO LTC3300
4
Q12B
SiS892DN
470pF
100V
0603
*
TITLE: SCHEMATIC
*
*
* RS11B
0.010
2
1
2
2
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
1
2
5
6
7
8
3
2
1
1
2
5
6
7
8
3
2
1
1
2
5
6
7
8
3
2
1
1
40
2
5
A
B
C
D
DEMO MANUAL DC2100A
Schematic Diagram
dc2100afc
V-
C1
1.0uF
16V
0603
12
11
10
V-
5
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
49
R19
23.7k
*
LTC3300-1
U1
I1S
G1S
V-
I2S
0
R2
VREG1
G6S
I6S
G5S
G2S
I3S
G3S
I4S
G4S
I5S
C2
4.7uF
16V
1210
WDTA
TP1
BSS123W
Q1
D10
CMOD6263
1
*
R1
1M
OPT
0805
*
R4
1.27M
R20
33.2k
C3
0.1uF
16V
0402
BOT6_TS
1
I1P
G1P
From U3 Pin 32
WDTA
SDIO
SCKB
CSB
C6
D9
PDZ5.6B
V-
From U3 Pin 33
From U3 Pin 29
I1S
G1S
I2S
G2S
I3S
G3S
I4S
G4S
I5S
G5S
I6S
G6S
GND
R3
0
OPT
WDTA
1
D8
CMHZ4689
I2P
G2P
C2
I3P
G3P
C3
I4P
G4P
C4
I5P
G5P
C5
2
33.2k
4
20.5k
23.7k
R20
C11
4.7uF
16V
1210
C9
4.7uF
16V
1210
15.4k
R19
C23
10uF
10V
0805
C2K
1.0uF
16V
0603
C3K
1.0uF
16V
0603
C4K
1.0uF
16V
0603
C5K
1.0uF
16V
0603
C6K
1.0uF
16V
0603
0 OPT
R5
DC2100A - C / D
I2P
G2P
I3P
G3P
I4P
G4P
I5P
G5P
D1
CMMSH2-40
1
DC2100A - A / B
*
C1K
1.0uF
16V
0603
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
I6P
G6P
C4
0.22uF
16V
0603
R6
23.7K
15.4k
R21
C14
4.7uF
16V
1210
R14
0
2512
R12
0
2512
R11
0
2010
6.81
33.2k
20.5k
R22
C1
C2
C3
C4
C12
4.7uF
16V
1210
R13
0
2512
C10
4.7uF
16V
1210
C5
C6
CMMSH2-40
D2
23.7K
15.4k
R24
C5
C6
1.27M
845k
R4
D11
PDZ5.6B
R55
20
0603
3
1.27M
845k
R8
2.0k
R58
1
3
1
D12
CMHZ4689
Q6
CMPT3904E
100k
R53
3
2
C6
G9S
I9S
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
49
R22
33.2k
*
*
R24
23.7k
I1S
G1S
I2S
G2S
I3S
G3S
I4S
G4S
I5S
G5S
I6S
G6S
GND
0805
D5
RS07J
CUSTOMER NOTICE
R23
0
OPT
R21
23.7k
*
LTC3300-1
U2
R7
1M
OPT
VREG2
WDTC
1
2
R8 *
1.27M
C7
0.1uF
16V
0402
2
THIS CIRCUIT IS PROPRIETARY TO LINEAR TECHNOLOGY AND
SUPPLIED FOR USE WITH LINEAR TECHNOLOGY PARTS.
TOP6_TS
I7P
G7P
SCALE = NONE
J. DREW
NC
APPROVALS
D7
RS07J
D6
RS07J
LINEAR TECHNOLOGY HAS MADE A BEST EFFORT TO DESIGN A
CIRCUIT THAT MEETS CUSTOMER-SUPPLIED SPECIFICATIONS;
HOWEVER, IT REMAINS THE CUSTOMER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO
PCB DES.
VERIFY PROPER AND RELIABLE OPERATION IN THE ACTUAL
APP ENG.
APPLICATION. COMPONENT SUBSTITUTION AND PRINTED
CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT MAY SIGNIFICANTLY AFFECT CIRCUIT
PERFORMANCE OR RELIABILITY. CONTACT LINEAR
TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS ENGINEERING FOR ASSISTANCE.
C6
G7S
I8S
I7S
G8S
I11S
I10S
G12S
C6
4.7uF
16V
1210
I12S
G11S
G10S
C6
C5
1.0uF
16V
0603
TP2
Q2
BSS123W
CMOD6263
3
2
1
38
D13
WDTC
Q5
CMPDM8002A
2
C6
A
B
C
Q4
CMPT3906E
1
2
2
R54
20
0603
1
2
3
2
1
2
C7
4
46
3
2
1
3
2
45
D
48
41
R56
2.0k
47
VREG
13
RTONS
14
41
1
2
48
VREG
RTONS
47
TOS
RTONP
13
2
45
CSBO
46
TOS
RTONP
15
VMODE
16
CTRL
42
CSBI
44
SCKO
17
SCKI
43
SDOI
SDI
18
BOOST
40
BOOST-
SDO
19
BOOST+
20
WDT
21
V-
39
C6
37
I6P
38
G6P
I1P
22
G1P
23
C1
24
1
2
14
44
CSBO
15
SCKO
VMODE
CTRL
16
1
2
17
CSBI
43
SCKI
42
SDOI
SDI
18
1
BOOST
WDTC
2
BOOST-
19
SDO
40
WDT
20
C5
26
27
25
N/A
DATE:
SIZE
C20
4.7uF
16V
1210
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
C12
SHEET
3
1
4
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C5
C13
4.7uF
16V
1210
R18
0
2512
C16
4.7uF
16V
1210
C24
10uF
10V
0805
HIGH EFFICIENCY BIDIRECTIONAL
MULTICELL BATTERY BALANCER
LTC3300ILXE-1 / LTC6804IG-2
DEMO CIRCUIT 2100A
3 - 11 - 14
IC NO.
C7K
1.0uF
16V
0603
R17
0
2512
R15
0
2512
R10
6.81
D4
CMMSH2-40
R16
0
2512
C18
4.7uF
16V
1210
C15
4.7uF
16V
1210
1
TECHNOLOGY Fax: (408)434-0507
I8P
G8P
I9P
C17
4.7uF
16V
1210
C8K
1.0uF
16V
0603
C11K
1.0uF
16V
0603
C9K
1.0uF
16V
0603
G9P
2
0 OPT
C12K
1.0uF
16V
0603
29
28
30
31
D3
R9
C10K
G10P 1.0uF
16V
I10P 0603
I11P
G11P
1
CMMSH2-40
32
33
34
35
36
I12P
G12P
C8
0.22uF
16V
0603
TITLE: SCHEMATIC
I2P
G2P
C2
I3P
G3P
C3
I4P
G4P
C4
I5P
G5P
I6P
C1
39
BOOST+
V-
21
37
C6
I1P
22
G6P
G1P
23
C6
24
1
2
5
A
B
C
D
DEMO MANUAL DC2100A
Schematic Diagram
dc2100afc
41
A
B
C
D
GRN
GRN
GRN
GRN
GRN
GRN
GRN
GRN
GRN
GRN
R12L
D3F
LED-LN
470
R3L
D4F
LED-LN
470
R4L
D5F
LED-LN
470
R5L
D6F
LED-LN
470
R6L
D7F
LED-LN
470
R7L
D8F
LED-LN
470
R8L
D9F
LED-LN
470
R9L
D10F
LED-LN
470
R10L
D11F
LED-LN
470
R11L
D12F
LED-LN
470
3
R3M
33
2512
3
R4M
33
2512
3
R5M
33
2512
3
R6M
33
2512
3
R7M
33
2512
3
R8M
33
2512
3
R9M
33
2512
3
R10M
33
2512
3
R11M
33
2512
3
R12M
33
2512
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
C12
C11
C11
S12
C10
C10
S11
C9
C9
S10
C8
C8
S9
C7
C7
S8
C6
C6
S7
C5
C5
S6
C4
C4
S5
C3
C3
S4
5
3.3K
R3N
C2
S3
Q3C RQJ0303PGDQALT
2
3.3K
R4N
Q4C RQJ0303PGDQALT
2
3.3K
R5N
Q5C RQJ0303PGDQALT
2
3.3K
R6N
Q6C RQJ0303PGDQALT
2
3.3K
R7N
Q7C RQJ0303PGDQALT
2
3.3K
R8N
Q8C RQJ0303PGDQALT
2
3.3K
R9N
Q9C RQJ0303PGDQALT
2
3.3K
R10N
Q10C RQJ0303PGDQALT
2
3.3K
R11N
Q11C RQJ0303PGDQALT
2
3.3K
R12N
Q12C RQJ0303PGDQALT
GRN
GRN
D1F
LED-LN
470
R1L
D2F
LED-LN
470
R2L
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
4
100
R13K
100
R1K
100
R2K
100
R3K
100
R4K
100
R5K
100
R6K
100
R7K
100
R8K
100
R9K
100
R10K
100
R11K
100
R12K
V-
V-
V-
R1M
33
2512
3
R2M
33
2512
3
4
C2
R2N
C1
C1
S2
3.3K
R1N
V-
S1
Q1C RQJ0303PGDQALT
2
3.3K
C12M
10nF
25V
0603
C4_Filter
C5_FILTER
C6_FILTER
C7_FILTER
C8_FILTER
C9_FILTER
C10_FILTER
C11_FILTER
C12_FILTER
1206
1206
1206
3
12A
DC2100A - C / D
GRN
GRN
12A *
F9
12A *
F5
12A
F1
E1
1206
12A
7A
*
F15
F1 - F12 , F15
C9
C5
C1
TP9
*
V-
*
V-
V-
3
DC2100A - A / B
C0_FILTER
C3_FILTER
C3M
10nF
25V
0603
C2_FILTER
C2M
10nF
25V
0603
C1_FILTER
C1M
10nF
25V
0603
C4M
10nF
25V
0603
C5M
10nF
25V
0603
C6M
10nF
25V
0603
C7M
10nF
25V
0603
C8M
10nF
25V
0603
C9M
10nF
25V
0603
C10M
10nF
25V
0603
C11M
10nF
25V
0603
C13M
10nF
25V
0603
V-
C1_FILTER
C2_FILTER
C1L
OPT
0805
VC0_FILTER
C2L
OPT
0805
C3L
OPT
0805
Q2C RQJ0303PGDQALT
2
C4_FILTER
C5_FILTER
C6_FILTER
C7_FILTER
0805 C3_FILTER
C4L
OPT
C5L
OPT
0805
C6L
OPT
0805
V-
C8L
OPT
0805
C8_FILTER
C10_FILTER
C10L
OPT
0805
C9_FILTER
C9L
OPT
0805
V-
V-
C12_FILTER
C12L
OPT
0805
C11_FILTER
C11L
OPT
0805
C7L
OPT
0805
V-
V-
V-
V-
V-
OPTIONAL PASSIVE BALANCING CIRCUITS
V-
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
C12
C12
C12 KELVIN
1
42
1
5
V-
E6
2.00k
R7J
C6
G7P
D7D
LED-LN
2.00k
R1J
G1P
D1D
LED-LN
C5
C2
C5S+
C5+
C6S-
12A
F2
J9
*
1206
E11
GRN
GRN
G2P
1206
C1
C7
C6S+
C6+
C7S-
J10
E7
*
C10S+
C10+
C11S-
J14
E12
GRN
GRN
C11
R3J
12A
R9J
2.00k
C2
C8
G9P
D9D
LED-LN
2.00k
12A
F7
2
THIS CIRCUIT IS PROPRIETARY TO LINEAR TECHNOLOGY AND
SUPPLIED FOR USE WITH LINEAR TECHNOLOGY PARTS.
E4
SCALE = NONE
C7S+
C7+
C8S-
J11
E9
C4
C11
C11S+
C11+
C12S-
E13
C8
R4J
C9
*
12A
N/A
DATE:
SIZE
2.00k
R11J
C10
C8S+
C8+
C9S-
J12
179313000_SC
R6J
G12P
C5
2.00k
C11
D12D
LED-LN
R12J
C12S+
C12+
J16
G6P
D6D
LED-LN
2.00k
C12
1
2
SHEET
4
1
4
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GRN
GRN
E14
179314000_SC
1
2
3
HIGH EFFICIENCY BIDIRECTIONAL
MULTICELL BATTERY BALANCER
LTC3300ILXE-1 / LTC6804IG-2
DEMO CIRCUIT 2100A
3 - 11 - 14
IC NO.
G11P
D11D
LED-LN
2.00k
C4
C4S+
C4+
C5S-
J8
179314000_SC
1
2
3
E10
G5P
D5D
LED-LN
C8
E5
1
TECHNOLOGY Fax: (408)434-0507
GRN
GRN
12A
C4
R5J
F8 1206
F12 1206
*
1206
12A
F4
TITLE: SCHEMATIC
2.00k
R10J
D10D
LED-LN
G10P
C3
G4P
D4D
LED-LN
C12
*
179314000_SC
J15
1
2
3
C7
2.00k
J. DREW
NC
C3S+
C3+
C4S-
J7
179314000_SC
1
2
3
179314000_SC
1
2
3
APPROVALS
GRN
GRN
C3
1206
1206
F11 1206
*
12A
F3
G3P
D3D
LED-LN
*
179314000_SC
1
2
3
C10
C7
179314000_SC
1
2
3
C6
C3
CUSTOMER NOTICE
2.00k
R8J
G8P
D8D
LED-LN
2.00k
R2J
D2D
LED-LN
12A
F10
1206
C2S+
C2+
C3S-
J6
E3
179314000_SC
1
2
3
C2
2
LINEAR TECHNOLOGY HAS MADE A BEST EFFORT TO DESIGN A
CIRCUIT THAT MEETS CUSTOMER-SUPPLIED SPECIFICATIONS;
HOWEVER, IT REMAINS THE CUSTOMER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO
PCB DES.
VERIFY PROPER AND RELIABLE OPERATION IN THE ACTUAL
APP ENG.
APPLICATION. COMPONENT SUBSTITUTION AND PRINTED
CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT MAY SIGNIFICANTLY AFFECT CIRCUIT
PERFORMANCE OR RELIABILITY. CONTACT LINEAR
TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS ENGINEERING FOR ASSISTANCE.
C10
*
12A
F6
179314000_SC
C9S+
C9+
C10S-
J13
C9
*
179314000_SC
1
2
3
C6
1
2
3
C1S+
C1+
C2S-
J5
179313000_SC
E2
C1
C1SC1-
J4
179314000_SC
1
2
3
1
2
A
B
C
D
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Schematic Diagram
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A
B
C
C12
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8
S9
S10
S11
S12
100
R27
V-
100
V-
5
C1_FILTER
C2_FILTER
C3_FILTER
C4_FILTER
C5_FILTER
C6_FILTER
C7_FILTER
C8_FILTER
C9_FILTER
C10_FILTER
C11_FILTER
C12_FILTER
V-
C25
0.1uF
100V
0805
R28
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CZT5551
Q3
DRV 1
C26
0.1uF
100V
0805
U3
A0
A1
A2
A3
S1
CO
GPIO1
GPIO2
GPIO3
VM2
VM
GPIO4
0603
25V
RT7
0.1uF
RT8
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
JP6
1
1
RT6
VREG
V-
RT4
RT3
RT2
13
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
V-
16
10
SCKB 15
RT1
CSB
C0_FILTER
V-
4
VCC
VEE
SCL
A0
A1
S0
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
2
1
2.0K
R47
4
GND
DO
SDA
11
9
14
2.0K
R36
U6
LTC1380IGN
SDIO
2.0K
R34
V-
SDIO
V-
VREG
C28
1uF
25V
0603
3
4
V-
OPT
100pF
V-
C29
1uF
25V
0603
0.1uF
25V
0603
C33
10k
R43
R35 10K
0603
C32
T15
PE-68386
R63 60.4
3
4
ISOSPI_GND
R29 60.4
1
6
T14
ACT45B-220-2P
OPTION A
AND C ONLY
DO NOT INSTALL J18
IN OPTIONS A AND C
isoSPIA
IN
C31 1uF 25V 0603
V-
OPT
SCKB
VREG
604
R33
V-
C21
100pF
0603
R26
60.4
0603
60.4
0603
T13
PE-68386
R25
3
1
RT5
S1
RJ45
1
3
5
7
ISOSPI_GND
4
GPIO1
DRV
J18
11
12
6
1.40k
R32
TERM
C50
LTC6804-2
C1
S2
C2
S3
C3
S4
C4
S5
GPIO5
VREF2
S6
C5
VREF
SWTEN
VREG
DRIVE
WDT
ISOMD
CSB(IMA)
SCK(IPA)
SDI(ICMP)
C6
S7
C7
S8
C8
S9
C9
S10
C10
S11 SDO(IBIAS)
C11
S12
C12
VP
VREG
3
0
2
C12 POWER CONNECTION
11
12
ISOSPI_GND
RJ45
2
4
6
8
10k
R42
V-
A0
2
JP1
SHIELD
E16
3
C30
1uF
25V
0603
1
1
3
5
7
A2
2
JP3
3
V-
SCKB
100
JP4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
16
10
15
13
12
0
2
1
A3
R37
3
RT9
RT10
RT11
RT12
VREG
A1
2
JP2
3
1
J1
3
1
1M
R40
VCC
VEE
SCL
A0
A1
S0
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
GND
DO
SDA
U7
LTC1380IGN
V-
SWTEN
2
VREG
JP5
14
11
9
SDIO
1M
R41
V-
V-
R30
1M
TP3
RT11 5
V-
TEMP11
TEMP10
GND
GND
GND
TEMP12
CON-DF3DZ-15P-2H51
1
2
3
RT12 4
TEMP9
TEMP8
2
16
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
2
C27
0.1uF
25V
0603
EN
PHA
POL
VCCS
CSB
SCK
MISO
MOSI
SCALE = NONE
J. DREW
NC
APPROVALS
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
To U1 Pin 16
SCKB
U5
CSB
TP5
LTC6820IMS
VCC
IM
IP
MSTR
SLOW
GND
VCMP
IBIAS
THIS CIRCUIT IS PROPRIETARY TO LINEAR TECHNOLOGY AND
SUPPLIED FOR USE WITH LINEAR TECHNOLOGY PARTS.
CUSTOMER NOTICE
OPTION A AND C ONLY
R39
1.40k
R38
604
SCKB
SCKB
U4
V-
24AA64
To U1 Pin 17
THERMISTORS
RECOMMENDED THERMISTOR
VISHAY NTHS01N1002JE
GPIO1
TP4
7
RT9
TEMP7
TEMP6
TEMP5
TEMP4
TEMP3
TEMP2
TEMP1
J17
LINEAR TECHNOLOGY HAS MADE A BEST EFFORT TO DESIGN A
CIRCUIT THAT MEETS CUSTOMER-SUPPLIED SPECIFICATIONS;
HOWEVER, IT REMAINS THE CUSTOMER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO
PCB DES.
VERIFY PROPER AND RELIABLE OPERATION IN THE ACTUAL
APP ENG.
APPLICATION. COMPONENT SUBSTITUTION AND PRINTED
CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT MAY SIGNIFICANTLY AFFECT CIRCUIT
PERFORMANCE OR RELIABILITY. CONTACT LINEAR
TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS ENGINEERING FOR ASSISTANCE.
R31
1M
WDTB
V-
8
RT8
RT10 6
9
RT7
RT6 10
RT5 11
RT4 12
RT3 13
RT2 14
RT1 15
4
VREG
N/A
DATE:
SIZE
10 9
8 7
6 5
4 3
2 1
A
CS
SCK
SDI
SDO
VCC_3V3
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6C 6B 6A
5C 5B 5A
4C 4B 4A
3C 3B 3A
2C 2B 2A
1C 1B 1A
JP7
TSW-106-07-L-T
NOTE: DC2100A-ASSY 1 IS USED
ONLY FOR BUILD OPTION -A
AND -C.
INSTALL ASSY 1 ONTO JP7 SUCH
THAT ASSY 1-1B CONNECTS TO
JP7-1C AND ASSY 1-1A CONNECTS
TO JP7-1B
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C51
0.1uF
25V
0603
CSB
TP8
SDIO
To U1 Pin 18
TP7
TP6
SDIO
R59
5.1k
CSB
V-
VREG
VCC
2
4
6
8
3
1
D
isoSPIB
OUT
2
4
3
3
1
5
WP
SCL
1
VSS
2
SDA
3
5
A
B
C
D
DEMO MANUAL DC2100A
Schematic Diagram
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However, no responsibility is assumed for its use. Linear Technology Corporation makes no representation that the interconnection of its circuits as described herein will not infringe on existing patent rights.
A
B
C
GND
USBMINI-B
ID
D+
D-
VBUS
5
3
2
1
5
C40 only used in
non-isolated
case
C40
10uF
OPT
WURTH: 651005136521
4
J19
R44
1
Close to
J19
C39
10uF
A6
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
A3
A4
A5
A2
A1
A7
A11
A10
A9
A8
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
OPT
ASSEMBLY NOTE:
R48
0
OPT
470pF
1808
470pF
1808
OPT
C22
GND2
GND2
GND2
GND2
GND2
GND2
GND2
GND2
GND2
GND2
GND2
GND2
GND2
GND2
GND2
C19
SPND-PWR
ON
VLO
D2+
D2-
VLO2
VBUS
D1+
D1-
VCC2
VCC2
VCC2
VCC2
Y1
1
C43
22pF
C46
10uF
12.0000MHz
2
R65 1.00M
R66
301
0603
VCC_5V
37
R49
1k
3
4
3.3V
7
SHDN
IN
28
8
BYP
OUT
4
5
18
23
C44
22pF
R64
2.49k
33
32
43
42
MCLR
VDDCore/VCAP
RA6/CLK0/OSC2
6
AN7
SS2
SDI2
SDO2
SCL2
AN1
AN6
AN3
AN2
2
4
6
AN5
AN0
3
THIS CIRCUIT IS PROPRIETARY TO LINEAR TECHNOLOGY AND
SUPPLIED FOR USE WITH LINEAR TECHNOLOGY PARTS.
CUSTOMER NOTICE
31
27
26
25
5
4
3
2
41
40
39
38
1
44
36
35
34
J20
C35
0.1uF
ICD
INTERFACE
2.00k
R61
NC
2
SCALE = NONE
J. DREW
2.00k
R62
PB1
C38
0.1uF
DATE:
N/A
SIZE
0
10k
R50
TECHNOLOGY
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
GPIO
J21
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
V-
Q7
CMPT3904E
3
R52
10k
SHEET
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C45
2
R51
10k
AN5
AN7
SDO2
SCL2
VCC_3V3
AN1
AN3
VCC_3V3
1N4448HLP
D14
BSS123W
Q8
WURTH - 62501621621
VCC_3V3
R60
10k
1
3
HIGH EFFICIENCY BIDIRECTIONAL
MULTICELL BATTERY BALANCER
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DEMO CIRCUIT 2100A
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J22
HEADER2X2
2
4
2
4
6
AN0
AN2 8
AN6 10
SS2 12
SDI2 14
VCC_5V 16
AN0 1
1
STAND ALONE
LDO
VCC_3V3
C12
VCC_3V3
WURTH- 434 111 025 826
ORN
LED-LN
D16
SDO
SCK
SDI
CS
C37
0.1uF
VCC_3V3
TITLE: SCHEMATIC
C36
0.1uF
GRN
LED-LN
D15
2
APPROVALS
WURTH-62000621121
1
3
5
VCC_3V3
0.1uF
C34
VCC_3V3
LINEAR TECHNOLOGY HAS MADE A BEST EFFORT TO DESIGN A
CIRCUIT THAT MEETS CUSTOMER-SUPPLIED SPECIFICATIONS;
HOWEVER, IT REMAINS THE CUSTOMER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO PCB DES.
VERIFY PROPER AND RELIABLE OPERATION IN THE ACTUAL
APP ENG.
APPLICATION. COMPONENT SUBSTITUTION AND PRINTED
CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT MAY SIGNIFICANTLY AFFECT CIRCUIT
PERFORMANCE OR RELIABILITY. CONTACT LINEAR
TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS ENGINEERING FOR ASSISTANCE.
30
RE2/AN7/PMCS
RE1/AN6/PMWR
AVss1 Vss1 Vss2 RE0/AN5/PMRD
RD7/PMD7/RP24
RD6/PMD6/RP23
RD5/PMD5/RP22
RD4/PMD4/RP21
RD3/PMD3/RP20
RD2/PMD2/RP19
RD1/PMD1/SDA2
RD0/PMD0/SCL2
RC7/CCP10/RX1/DT1/SDO1/RP18
RC6/CCP9/TX1/CK1/RP17
RC2/AN11/C2IND/CTPLS/RP13
RC1/CCP8/T1OSI/UOE/RP12
RC0/T1OSO/T1CKI/RP11
RB7/CCP7/KBI3/PGD/RP10
RB6/CCP6/KBI2/PGC/RP9
RB5/CCP5/KBI1/SDI1/SDA1/RP8
RC5/D+/Vp
RB4/CCP4/KBI0/SCK1/SCL1/RP7
RC4/D-/Vm
RB3/AN9/C3INA/CTED2/VPO/RP6
RB2/AN8/C2INC/CTED1/VMO/REFO/RP5
RB1/AN10/C3INC/RTCC/RP4
RA7/CLKI/OSC1
RB0/AN12/C3IND/INT0/RP3
17
16
15
14
12
11
10
9
24
22
21
20
19
29 PIC18F47J53-I/ML
U10
OPT
C49
0.1uF
C48
1.0uF
VCC_3V3
AVdd1 AVdd2 Vdd1 Vdd2
VUSB
RA5/AN4/C1INC/SS1/HLVDIN/RCV/RP2
RA3/AN3/C1INB/Vref+
C42
RA2/AN2/C2INB/C1IND/C3INB/Vref-/CVref
0.47uF
RA1/AN1/C2INA/Vbg/RP1
RA0/AN0/C1INA/ULPWU/RP0
C47
1.0uF
1
LT1761ES5-3.3
U9
ALL COMPONENTS ON PAGE 6 ARE
FOR "BUILD OPTION A AND C ONLY".
L3
L4
L6
L7
K1
K2
K3
K4
K5
K6
K7
K8
K9
K10
K11
L2
L1
L5
L11
L10
L9
L8
LTM2884CY
OPT
OPT
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
U8 OPT
R57
0
R46
0
R45 OPT
0
GND
2
D
Isolation Bypass
Components: 2512 for
5mm clearance
3
3
2
4
1
2
44
1
5
A
B
C
D
DEMO MANUAL DC2100A
Schematic Diagram
dc2100afc
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However, no responsibility is assumed for its use. Linear Technology Corporation makes no representation that the interconnection of its circuits as described herein will not infringe on existing patent rights.
A
B
C
D
E14
E13
V-
V-
5
5
RT3
RT11
RT12
R11 301
R12 147
V-
RT10
R10 681
E12
E11
E10
E9
E8
E7
E6
E5
E4
E3
E2
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
RT3
RT4
RT5
RT6
RT7
RT8
RT9
RT10
RT11
RT12
V-
14
RT2
GND
GND
GND
TEMP12
TEMP11
TEMP10
TEMP9
TEMP8
TEMP7
TEMP6
TEMP5
TEMP4
TEMP3
TEMP2
TEMP1
J1
3
SCALE = NONE
J. DREW
NC
APPROVALS
THERMISTORS
THIS CIRCUIT IS PROPRIETARY TO LINEAR TECHNOLOGY AND
SUPPLIED FOR USE WITH LINEAR TECHNOLOGY PARTS.
4
3
CON-DF3-15S-2DSA21
1
2
3
15
RT1
CUSTOMER NOTICE
4
LINEAR TECHNOLOGY HAS MADE A BEST EFFORT TO DESIGN A
CIRCUIT THAT MEETS CUSTOMER-SUPPLIED SPECIFICATIONS;
HOWEVER, IT REMAINS THE CUSTOMER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO PCB DES.
VERIFY PROPER AND RELIABLE OPERATION IN THE ACTUAL
APP ENG.
APPLICATION. COMPONENT SUBSTITUTION AND PRINTED
CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT MAY SIGNIFICANTLY AFFECT CIRCUIT
PERFORMANCE OR RELIABILITY. CONTACT LINEAR
TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS ENGINEERING FOR ASSISTANCE.
RT9
R9 909
R8 1.24k RT8
R7 2.49k RT7
R6 3.65k RT6
R5 5.36k RT5
R4 8.06k RT4
R3 20k
R2 54.9k RT2
R1 340k RT1
E1
DATE:
N/A
SIZE
3 - 7 - 14
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TITLE: SCHEMATIC
1
-
APPROVED
PRODUCTION
1
DESCRIPTION
REVISION HISTORY
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B
C
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