Part Number: BQ2980 Hello Sir:
Our end customer wants to select a smaller protection IC for 2S battery pack.
That needs these protections as below.
Do you have solutions?
Or can we use BQ2980 for stackable design?
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Part Number: BQ2980 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: BQ2970 Hi,
Could you recommend proper protection IC for single cell?
Cell: LiFePO4, 1 cell
battery operating range: 2V~3.65V
Required high-side protection.