Part Number: BQ25756 Hello, I am designing with BQ25756. RRVT series is used in the EVM document, but I have no information about what the RRVT series is. The one I use is the RRVR series. There is a MODE pin in the RRVT series, but there is no MODE pin…
Part Number: BQ25756 Hi
The customer design with BQ25756, the problem as below:
In reverse mode, the output voltage (VAC) cannot be adjusted above 4V.
When VSYS_REV is set over 5V, the IAC_DPM_STAT will be set:
Waiting for your reply.
The only PD controller with integrated BQ25756 firmware configuration is TPS25751. We do have an EPR PD device on our roadmap that will also include integrated FW for BQ25756 but this device is only needed for EPR (Extended Power Range maximum…
Part Number: BQ25756 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS26750 , , TPS25751 , PMP41062 In the datasheet there is a part TPS26750 mentionned to handle the CC pins. This part does not seem to exist.
I have found TPS25750D that could combine power path and…
Part Number: BQ25756 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: BQ25750 Hi all,
The BQ25756 datasheet says that the user can control the charging current limit. But the current sensing resistor Rbat,sns In all the design examples is located between the external…
Alex Wang said: But from my point of view, TPS25751 is designed to handle USB Type-C conneciton and power negotiation automatically, according to the PD spec. Still take the above Source role for example, once the Type-C was set to act as Source…
Part Number: BQ25756 Hi All,
In the datasheet (and EVM), the system load can be fed both from the battery and the BQ25756 as it is parallel to them.
In my case, the main load are BLDC motors that can draw up to 30 Amps.
The solar charger that is connected…