The chars is same to pictures which I posted on this E2E. https://e2e.ti.com/support/power-management-group/power-management---internal/f/power-management---internal-forum/1189337/bq25618-bq25618-eoc-condition-caused-of-battery-temp
A regular DC source is unable to sink current. It is recommended to use bi-directional power supply as battery simulator (e.g. Keithley 2420 sourcemeter etc) for charger evaluation.
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Part Number: BQ25618 Dear experts,
My customer wants to know how BQ25618 behaves in Sleep mode.
During VSYS supply to other devices, if BQ25618 goes into sleep mode, how will be VSYS? - Customer hopes VSYS can be maintained by battery voltage supply…
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Part Number: BQ25618 Hi Team，
From the Table 8-9 of the DS, it can be seen that ICHG can be set to 1360mA by writing 111101B to ICHG[0-5]. It seems no code for 1380mA. Does it conflict to Fig7-7?
Also, I'd like to confirm that is it not configurable for…
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My customer wants to add switches(Q7) to reduce quiescent current. The SCH is shown below. There is also an external BATFET in the system.
Should the BATSEN pin be connected to the source…