Measuring Current Draw

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Graham S
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Measuring Current Draw

Post by Graham S » Sun Aug 20, 2017 11:53 pm

On the UPIS the i2c address 0x6A, 0x09 could be read to get the instantaneous current draw from the UPiS. The UPS PiCo uses i2c address 0x6a for a different purpose, the RTC. Is there an equivalent for the UPS PiCo?

It was really useful to be able to measure current to get an indication of battery duration and ensure that the load did not exceed specification.

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Measuring Current Draw

Post by AaronRoota » Wed Sep 20, 2017 4:30 pm

Im trying to pin down a possible electrical problem. What is the expected current draw for the 98 SC2?
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Re: Measuring Current Draw

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Re: Measuring Current Draw

Post by SlySven » Mon Jan 29, 2018 4:22 am

That URL is for a PDF about a device series that is a range of linear thermal sensors - how is that related to knowing an I2C address for a current measurement? :roll:
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