Evaluating a simple charging system and testing its functionality can typically be done with an evaluation kit. These kits include all of the necessary hardware and software applications, as well as graphical user interface (GUI)-based tools and APIs, to configure charging systems.
However, complex systems that require multiple cells are correspondingly more difficult to evaluate. Complex systems may have several devices that must be characterized. Developers will need to write some software code to read the signals generated from different system parts, analyze them, and take action.