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++@itrynafixit++ what I get is from top to bottom:
 
[image|1729078]
 
Pos
 
Swi (single wire interface=stores the battery code and tracks battery readings, including temperature, voltage, current and SoC )
 
NTC ( NTC thermistor to “control” temperature but this is another story ;)
 
Neg
 
Check with a multimeter if you have continuity between the points marked by a blue arrow and the pads marked green. If doso they could be testpoints. If not then check to see if you have continuity between those and neg. That would make them potentially ground connectors. We may find proper schematics if we can identify the battery by anything else but the Apple numbers.
Check with a multimeter if you have continuity between the points marked by a blue arrow and the pads marked green. If doso they could be testpoints. If not then check to see if you have continuity between those and neg. That would make them potentially ground connectors. We may find proper schematics if we can identify the battery by anything else but the Apple numbers.

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Editado por: oldturkey03 ,

Texto:

++@itrynafixit++ what I get is from top to bottom:
 
[image|1729078]
 
Pos
 
Swi (single wire interfaceinterface=stores the battery code and tracks battery readings, including temperature, voltage, current and SoC )
Swi (single wire interfaceinterface=stores the battery code and tracks battery readings, including temperature, voltage, current and SoC )
 
NTC ( NTC thermistor to “control” temperature but this is another story ;)
NTC ( NTC thermistor to “control” temperature but this is another story ;)
 
Neg
 
Check with a multimeter if you have continuity between the points marked by a blue arrow and the pads marked green. If do they could be testpoints. If not then check to see if you have continuity between those and neg. That would make them potentially ground connectors. We may find proper schematics if we can identify the battery by anything else but the Apple numbers.

Estatus:

open

Editado por: oldturkey03 ,

Texto:

++@itrynafixit++ what I get is from top to bottom:
 
[image|1729078]
 
Pos
 
Swi (single wire interface)
 
NTC ( NTC thermistor but this is another story ;)
 
Neg
 
Check with a multimeter if you have continuity between the points marked by a blue arrow and the pads marked green. If do they could be tespointstestpoints. If not then check to see if you have continuity between those and neg. That would make them potentially ground connectors. We may find proper schematics if we can identify the battery by anything else but the Apple numbers.
Check with a multimeter if you have continuity between the points marked by a blue arrow and the pads marked green. If do they could be tespointstestpoints. If not then check to see if you have continuity between those and neg. That would make them potentially ground connectors. We may find proper schematics if we can identify the battery by anything else but the Apple numbers.

Estatus:

open

Editado por: oldturkey03 ,

Texto:

++@itrynafixit++ what I get is from top to bottom:
 
[image|1729078]
 
Pos
 
Swi (single wire interface)
 
NTC (line carries current through a NTC thermistor and through resistance measure the voltage but this is another story ;)
NTC (line carries current through a NTC thermistor and through resistance measure the voltage but this is another story ;)
 
Neg
 
Check with a multimeter if you have continuity between the points marked by a blue arrow and the pads marked green. If do they could be tespoints. If not then check to see if you have continuity between those and neg. That would make them ground connectors. We may find proper schematics if we can identify the battery by anything else but the Apple numbers.

Estatus:

open

Editado por: oldturkey03 ,

Texto:

++@itrynafixit++ what I get is from top to bottom:
 
[image|1729078]
 
Pos
 
Swi (single wire interface)
Swi (single wire interface)
 
NTC (line carries current through a NTC thermistor and through resistance measure the voltage but this is another story ;)
NTC (line carries current through a NTC thermistor and through resistance measure the voltage but this is another story ;)
 
Neg
 
Check with a multimeter if you have continuity between the points marked by a blue arrow and the pads marked green. If do they could be tespoints. If not then check to see if you have continuity between those and neg. That would make them ground connectors. We may find proper schematics if we can identify the battery by anything else but the Apple numbers.

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: oldturkey03 ,

Texto:

++@itrynafixit++  what I get is from top to bottom:

[image|1729078]

Pos

Swi

NTC

Neg

Check with a multimeter if you have continuity between the points marked by a blue arrow and the pads marked green. If do they could be tespoints. If not then check to see if you have continuity between those and neg. That would make them ground connectors. We may find proper schematics if we can identify the battery by anything else but the Apple numbers.

Estatus:

open