Mate, the one you have is called 4 wire SPI. I believe you can change it to i2c by swapping the resistors on the back of the board.
Buddy, First off, I appreciate your work. Keep going on!. Now as I looked at the working principle of the design, I thought of another idea. Is it possible to directly read the discharge current using a current sensor (connecting sensor b/w Battery & Load Resistor) and then multiply it with the time it takes to discharge the battery (to say 2.5 V) and find out the capacity? Do let me know if it's possible.Regards, s3_jarvis
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I loved the concept and the design of your project. You can add another feature like a slide-in lid over the top, to prevent the cards from accidently falling down.Keep going! Great Build.
The only error is that the schematic is wrong, I did this circuit even before the schematic and the circuit works just fine. I will correct the schematic as soon as possible.
Let me upload the video of this build soon, then u can see it for urself. Cool?
I think there might be an error in the schematic, yeah thanks for informing.
The circuit works just fine but my battery had a dropped voltage of 4.8 volts when i tried with this circuit.
Schematic error , buddy .. I'll update it soon as possible
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