I have a schematic and I can see diffrent symbol of condensator.
I am also working with Fritzing which is an opensource PBC maker.
Could you open the fisrt pdf file http://www.hello-web.net/temp/PowerCell.pdf and look at C1, C2 and C3. All have a different representation.
Also, is it true that the Output pin of U2 (VCC) has to be "wired" to the the Resistor R2 (VCC) in my PBC?
Could you also check the second file http://www.hello-web.net/temp/Pro-Mini.pdf and look at C19, C10 and C2. And what is the element between pin 7 and 8??
I suppose that C19 has a polariry and why C10 has a smaller bar.
With Fritzing, I can select a condensator which show a voltage. Why voltage are not show in the linked shematic?
On that file http://www.hello-web.net/temp/PowerCell.pdf what is JP9.
Could it be two hole where I can solder a 5V and GND wires to charge the battery (IN).
What is the difference between JP1 and JP12. I suppose the battery will be plugged here, but in which one?
Ok I understand there is no VCC. Then if look at the power cell file http://www.hello-web.net/temp/PowerCell.pdf, there is two schema. The Pin 3 of U1 should be wired to pin5 of U2 are they are VBATT.
I do not want to have my project in 3.3V. I suppose I can delete R1 and wire R7 and R6.
I just discover something else. I can read GND and GND1. GND should be the GND of my Li-ion, but then GND1?
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