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Part Number: TPS6594-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPS6593-Q1 ,
This thread applies to TPS6593-Q1, TPS6594-Q1.
Please download and complete the schematic checklist first and then ask TI team to review for feedback.
Part Number: TPS43330-Q1 This thread applies to TPS43330-Q1.
In device TPS43330 (non-A version): When device in LPM and waking up EXTSUP gets shorted to VREG and that may cause a restart of the device (including running buck regulators): High-IQ in…
Part Number: TPS65910 This thread applies to TPS65910x.
All variants based on the device are OTP programmed for specified processor; there is no any drop-in replacement for any specified variant; including the TPS65910A3A1RSLR.
For most Impedance Track TI battery gauges, a smoothing engine is used to help minimize jumps in the State of Charge (SoC) reported by the gauge. During normal operation of the gauge Full Charge Capacity (FCC) and Remining Capacity (RC) are calculated…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: GPCCHEM , TEST To most efficiently help debug State of Charge accuracy issues, or problems encountered during the learning cycle process, there is some information we will almost always request.
The GPCCHEM report and data…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: GPCCHEM Some applications require a reduction in the charging voltage, one reason can be to increase the cycle life of the battery.
Reducing the charging voltage will often cause some discrepancies with the State of Health…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TEST It is common to verify the accuracy of the gauge SoC after learning cycles or battery characterization by doing some math on the discharge logs for capacity and comparing it with the gauge’s predictions.
Impedance Track FAQ Home Page
This is the home page for common Impedance Track (IT) questions.
Please note that not all FAQs will be applicable for the specific gauge being used, as functions have been added over time.
What information does TI need…