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Part Number: BQ51021
My project is ta making a wireless charger for implantable devices. previously I used bq51013b as the wireless power receiver and it worked properly. Now what i want is sending data to the Tx side such as State of charge of the cell, charging voltage. For that I'm trying to write that data to proprietary data register of the bq51021 through I2C. And for the TX side i use bq500212a. the problem i got is, any settings should have to change in bq51021 before i communicate in I2C? Will it work if i try it on normal procedure, like calling the slave address then the register address and writing data to the register.
Bill Johns, Applications Engineer
Texas Instruments Inc
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In reply to Bill Johns:
Actually I'm a student and I not going to make any commercial products yet. I just built this as my final year project.It going to be demonstrate using a phantom module and I'm not going risk any life.
University of Moratuwa,
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