Part Number: BQ25910 Hi TI team,
In page 20 of BQ25910 datasheet, it says "The kelvin connections to the battery can be made via a 100-Ω resistor".
The 100Ω resistor is needed or not? Why?
Part Number: BQ25910 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS25750 , BQ25792 Hi we are currently developing a device and we are interested in the BQ25910 IC.
Our needs are:
"fast charging" for 1 cell (3 parallel) 18650 Li Ion batteries (preferably 3.5-4.5A…
Part Number: BQ25910 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: BQ25306 Hello,
we are facing the challenge to use 3x 2p battery packs in parallel to extend the battery capacity. Each 2P LiIon pack has 5200mAh capacity and 2500mA max charging current. The packs…
Part Number: BQ25910 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: BQ25970 , , BQ25890H Hi,
As I know, the efficiency of BQ25970>BQ25910>BQ25890H, why the equation occur?
Could you please explain the difference among charge pump, 3-level buck and 2-level buck…
Part Number: BQ25910 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: BQ25600 , BQ25898 , BQ25601D I need to implement a circuit with USB Vbus (5V from USB connector) and with the management of battery recharge.
I would like to use the bq25910, but I discovered that also…
Part Number: BQ25910 Hi team,
A customer has a question that he cannot find the exact size in the package outline document, as the picture indicates(picture was excerpted www.ti.com.cn/.../mxbg346.pdf) , could you tell the mechanical data to it? Thanks…
Part Number: BQ25910 Hi Team,
About the capacitor on PMID of BQ25910,Ti suggest us to select 10uf . is it possible to select a small one ? how about 2.2uf ?
i know the capcacior on PMID pin is the input capacitor of charger(buck) circuit ,also it is the…
Part Number: BQ25910 HI ,I have a question about 3 level convert.I have read about BQ25910 spec.
Before the 3 level convert start to work ,if D<0.5,the Voltage on Cfly is 0; Who charge it to VIN/2?
I know during the first stage,the VIN charge the Cfly …
From legacy USB 5V and 3A, all chargers are limited to slightly less than 3A charge current of a1S Lithium battery. So, your 8Ahr battery will require over 3 hours to fully charge.
Our highest efficiency and therefore highest charge current charger…