I have bought a battery checker for my RC LiPo battery packs. The battery checker can measure and alarm at low voltages between 2.7 and 3.8 volts, however with LiPo batteries, the interesting range is between 3.7 and 3.8 volts and I was wondering if it was possible to accommodate this range instead?
In the circuitry there is an Atmel 1206 24C02N chip. I found the datasheet for the chip here and it seems like the chip is the one that holds the voltage levels in it's memory (am I right?). I was wondering if it was possible to read and alter the chips memory through Arduino or something similar. I have an FTDI connector like this one that I normally connect with my Arduino nano. Can I use this one to communicate with the chip?
Here is an image of the back of the voltage checker. On the front there are two buzzers, a 3 segment LED display and in the top you can see the button that changes the voltage level at which the alarm should trigger.