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PMP4651 - Contactless Charger 30mA Single Li-Ion

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Hi Team,

Do we still have PMP4651 or PMP2562 EVM available for customer's evaluation?

Or we have gerber file or board file to share with customer.

Best Regards,

Ray Chien

  • Hello Ray,

    We have a newer version on the following link. Do you think this gives you what you are looking for? 

    http://www.ti.com/tool/TIDA-00318?keyMatch=tida-00318&tisearch=Search-EN

    Gerber files are on the design folder. Thanks.

    Regards,

    Miguel

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    Attached are gerber files for PMP2562.  PMP4651 was built on PMP2562 PCB. 

    You might want to replace the bq24xxx IC in the PMP designs with the recently released bq25100.

    Please click "This resolved my issue" button if this post answers your question.

     

    PMP2562 Rev_B Gerber.zip
  • In reply to Miguel Aguirre:

    Thanks, Miguel.

    I know this design. But customer doesn't need to meet Qi spec. and that's why they want to choose PMP4651 design for small current charging to save cost. So, please check if PMP4651 EVM or PCB board file are still available.

    I can't find the data in PMP2562 & PMP4651 product folder. Please help to check. Thanks.

    Regards,

    Ray

     

  • In reply to Jeff F:

     Hi Jeff,

    Thanks for sharing the PMP2562 gerber files.

    Besides, can you also share PCB information including PCB stack-up/ thickness(core/ pp/ copper and plating) and material? Thank you

     

    Regards,

    Ray

  • In reply to Ray Chien:

    Hi Ray,

    The PCB board used for building the PMP2652 and PMP4651 was a simple FR4 material, 1.6mm thickness, 2 layers, 1 oz. copper (35u) with normal plating (no gold or silver). Furthermore, there is no ferrite or magnetic material core beneath the coil.

    Best regards,

    Roberto

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