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MC34708, BP connect

Question asked by caohaifeng on Mar 27, 2013
Latest reply on Mar 28, 2013 by caohaifeng

I made a mistake when  used  MC34708 in my design.

As per REV9.0 PMIC datasheet,  Charger (Function no longer supported on MC34708) , so i think ,wrongly,all pin(include BP) no longer supported.


So these pins were set as NC. Other parts of MC34708 scheme is similar to QSB-R scheme. Obviously, it does not work.


Question is : DO you have any workaround to save my breadboard in this particular case?