I am setting up to characterize the charge/discharge performance of some LTO batteries for a client. To do this I need to insert the JS between the charger and load, and the battery. Charge current should be in the range of 200-500mA and a similar range for the load to discharge the battery during that test. I think I only need JS to accurately log either charge or discharge, however, my concern is if the magnitude of the reverse current is OK for JS.
What I plan on doing is setting up some automation to cycle the batteries between charge and discharge. I have no problem reconfiguring the JS connection when I need to change between charge and discharge characterization.
Does that sound OK?
This exercise also means I need to have JS sample the current at a low rate. I seem to remember reading about doing that, but cannot recall where. Any pointers would be much appreciated.