Part Number: BQ24075T Hi team,
I understand that the timer varies the clock period in relation to the charging current, but what is the relationship between the two? Is there any way to know the clock period for each value of charging current?
Part Number: BQ24075T Other Parts Discussed in Thread: BQ25185EVM , BQ24075 , BQ25185 Hi All, can anyone assist?
We have an existing design which is working well using the BQ24075T to charge a LI-Ion battery on a handheld device. We use a USB-AB connector…
Yes, that's it. This behaviour occurs when you plug in a battery
Anthony P Pham said: I understand that the behavior you're seeing happens when you plug in a battery.
No, if the device is already on we do not experience this beh…
Part Number: BQ24075T
Hi, TI expert
A customer is developing a device using the BQ24075T.
Customers want to prevent battery discharge by using SYS_OFF until the product is opened after mass production.
Please check the information below and reply.
Part Number: BQ24075T Other Parts Discussed in Thread: BQ24075 , Hello Forum,
The only mention of BQ24075T in the specs is on page 6 where the difference between BQ24075 and BQ24075T is the method (voltage vs current) of monitoring the battery temperature…
Part Number: BQ24075T Hi Team,
Page 20 of the datasheet states,
"If the value of R6 is less than 100 kΩ, R8 must be added to protect the IC from 28V inputs. If R6 is greater than 100 kΩ, R8 does not need to be used."
Our customer's computed…
Part Number: BQ24075T Other Parts Discussed in Thread: BQ24074 Hi,
Looking at the datasheet, in order to use BQ24075T on an existing design for BQ24074, I need to:
Replace the ITERM resistor with a zero ohm resistor to tie SYSOFF to GND to enable it. …