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We are in a process of making “lithium polymer battery” charger with following specification:
1: voltage: "12 V "
2: Power: "4400mah"
3: Operating temperature during Charging: "0-45℃"
4: Charging current: "0.5C" at rapid charge
Simultaneously we also want to to drive load circuit ">25 amp at 9V".
On the basis of our knowledge and search, we find IC "BQ24725A” is in accordance with our requirements. Could you please confirm whether this is a right choice or not?
If you have any other better solution to our requirement, please share details.
Please share your feedback and suggestion, to find the optimum solution for our requirement.
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