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BQ28Z610: Battery RSOC / SOH jump at the -10℃ (battery have GPCRB )

Part Number: BQ28Z610
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: GPCRB

Dear TI Expert:
When encountering abnormal conditions in practical application, Voltage V.S RSOC has a big drop and we also see the SOH is float.
(EX: @-10℃ the Voltage=4.2V to 3.6V, RSOC=100% to 1%, SOH=100% to 25% )


The same question was asked before, and the reply asked me to use the GPCRB method to correct

The reference URL is as follows:
e2echina.ti.com/.../bq27542-g1-at-0deg-charging-jump-soc-12-to-0

Pack information:
CELL NCR18650BD 1S3P , GG chemistry ID 2072
Test conditions : @ -10℃ discharge 440mA / 30sec & relax 60sec, cut off SOC=0% or Voltage <3.0V

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