Hi,I checked your schematic and attached it is one in the way I would do it. It is almost the same as your are but less parts. If you remove the micro it will make the n mosfet disable and let the p mosfet keep charging the battery. I do not know if that is what you was looking for. A high in the gate of the n mosfet will disable the P mosfet. If you already fixed yours schematic just disregard it.
I think followed what you explained above what you need it is a voltage regulator that provide the voltage that you require from the battery. The battery will be constantly be charging by the solar panel.
Hi,I lost where we are so attached is the schematic that your are proposing. Is this the right one? I lost which one we are working on.
Hi,I am trying to simulate your schematic using the second schematic but the mosfet gate it is connected to the ground. The gate always be grounded.
Hi,A we taking about the same schematic. I am using the second one as you mentioned in the reply. Any way attached is your schematic. Please check the mosfet gate you will see it is connected to ground. I think it should be connected to the regulator output.
Hi,Can you look at the schematic and tell how you can turn the gate to high. Right now it is connected to ground. How can you turn the ground high?