That bit of code worked! It seems that the setting value will dictate how much current is drawn from the source. The IC draws current first and whatever is left is sent to the battery via VHIGH as you said.
Thanks for the help! I'm sure I'll have many more questions
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Hi Panu! Thanks for the response. So the reason I attempted to use USBVDD as the charger output is because of the block diagram of the VS1010 but also because when I placed USB power at USBVDD and the battery at VHIGH, the battery did not charge. The current consumption was actually independent of p...
Hello, I'm using a VS1010 dev board to validate some design choices for a product. One of them is to use the VS1010 battery charging capabilities to charge an internal Li-po battery. I have a few questions about this: 1. The datasheet shows USBVDD as a power input in the "5.5 VS1010d VQFN-68 Pin Des...