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Thanks IanP for your prompt reply but the code is not available for download so a charger with an ASIC is more reliable. One with let's say MAX712, BQ2003, CCS9620 and so on. I already have some schematics but the current is very low and total charge will take a long time e.g. 6hrs up to 10hrs and I need a two hour charger.