I am going to re-make the bq51013evm-725 which can be integrated into my product, since I can not make use of theactural receiver (bq51013evm-725) due to its size.
And could you provide me a detailed design and connection of the bq51013evm-725, like ".pcb file" and ".sch file" ?
The PCB and Schematic are part of the EVM user’s guide which can be found in the bq51013EVM-725 product folder.
Also in the product folder are the Gerber files for the PCB.
But if you are thinking about a smaller solution the EVM would be a very rough starting point. Everything is correct but it is not optimized for size.
We have another smaller prototype design which is 5mm X 15mm that may be a better fit for your application.
Bill Johns, Applications Engineer
bqTESLA Wireless Power Products
Texas Instruments Inc
What I want is to re-draw and re-make this PCB board of the bq51013EVM-725, it is good if you can provide me the orginal ".pcb" and ".sch" files instead of PDF version, so that I can use software to re-design it.
And one more thing is regarding the IC chip (bq51013YFF) on the receiver, do I need to program it before integrating with the receiver circuit if I have a new one ?
I have viewed the gerber files and for re-design purpose, what I need is the original schematic file instead of PDF file since it is not possible to convert PDF to .sch file.
Pls send me a copy of original schematic file of the bq51013EVM-725 if possible. Thank you.
I have emailed you the design files.
I am not able to open the files since somehow they are invalid.
Could you send them again and maybe you can try to open them before sending to me?
I will resend the files.
They open OK on my computer.
The files are PCAD2004, you will need to use that package to open them.
After unzip the folder called "3884.bq51013EVM-725 Design File PCAD2004", I have two files named "HPA725A.pcb" and "HPA725A.sch", I could not open both.
There is no file called PCAD2004.
You requested the design files for bq51013EVM-725. I sent you the design files HPA725A.PCB is the PCB design file, HPA725A.SCH is the schematic files.
You will need to open the files with the design package PCAD2004. I cannot send you that design tool.
What PCB design tool are you using?
Regarding the receiver, the prototype we have developed has some thermal issues when delivering close to 5W and turns off. Could I take a look at this smaller 5mm x 15mm design, please? I don't have the PCAD2004 software, so I wonder if you could send a PDF file just to take a look.
Is it suited for delivering near max (5W) power? Also, I read throughout the forum about the possibility of delivering 7.5W. Could you provide me with some ideas on how to make it work?
Thanks in advance.
I have the bq51013AEVM-765 evaluation board and the device somehow lost its programming, I am assuming, I had this device on the transmitter board and the transmitter board was powered by a stable 19V. The receiver just all of a sudden shut off and I figured it maybe due to thermal shutdown but I didn't have a load on the device. Is there a way to reprogram this chip or what would I use to try to reprogram the chip? Also, if I buy this chip does it come preprogrammed?
Lingyu Liu, Please look at the forum as the Eagle design files are on the internet in .BRD and .SCH form for both the receiver and the transmitter.
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