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Part Number: BQ25890H
My client wants to design a system such as:
1) Normally, 12V voltage is input from the external(using adapter), and the battery is charged to 3.8V at this time.
2) When the external power is cut off, the voltage of the charged battery is stepped up and output at 5V / 1.5A for use in the internal system.
3) I would like to use the OTG function of BQ25890H to perform the above.
Can the BQ25890H perform these functions without any external control?
Please refer to the picture below
bq25890H requires host software to enter OTG. The only IC in the family that automatically enters OTG when VBUS is removed (after a short delay) is bq25895 but its 5V output comes from PMID not VBUS as it was designed for power bank applications. Would that IC work for you application?
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In reply to Jeff F:
In reply to Charles Jeon:
Regarding 1, yes, bq25895 automatically enters OTG mode after VBUS voltage drops below UVLO threshold.
Regarding 2, yes, if 12V is applied to VBUS, PMID will see 12V.
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