Bq51020 Wireless Power Receiver Evaluation Module

(ACTIVE) BQ51020EVM-520

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Description

The bq51020EVM-520 (PWR520C-002) wireless power receiver evaluation kit (EVM) from Texas Instruments is a high performance, easy-to-use development kit for the design of wireless power solutions. It helps designers to evaluate the operation and performance of the bq51020 IC, a secondary-side receiver device for wireless power transfer in portable applications. The bq51020 device is a fully contained wireless power receiver capable of operating in the WPC protocol which enables a system to not be confined to a one standard. The bq51020 provides a single stage power conversion while integrating the digital control and communication. The bq51020 complies with the WPC v1.1 communication protocol. The kit enables designers to speed up the development of their end-applications.

Features
  • Robust 5-W Solution With 50% Lower Losses for Improved Thermals
    • Inductor less Receiver for Lowest Height Profile Solution
    • Adjustable Output Voltage (4.5V to 8 V) for Coil and Thermal Optimization
    • 97% Efficient Post regulation
    •  79% System Efficiency at 5 W


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BQ51020EVM-520:
Bq51020 Wireless Power Receiver Evaluation Module

$249.00(USD)




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Technical Documents
User guides (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 965 23 Apr 2014 392
Selection guides (1)
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PDF 441 04 Dec 2014 646
Design files (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
ZIP 366 15 May 2014 161

TI Devices (1)

Part Number Name Product Family
BQ51020  5-W (WPC) Single-Chip Wireless Power Receiver  Battery Management Products 

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