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Number of series cells (Min) 3 Vin (Max) (V) 25 Features Digital output, Low-side driver, Overcurrent in discharging protection, Short-current detection Number of series cells (Max) 5 Rating Catalog
Number of series cells (Min) 3 Vin (Max) (V) 25 Features Digital output, Low-side driver, Overcurrent in discharging protection, Short-current detection Number of series cells (Max) 5 Rating Catalog
TSSOP (PW) 20 29 mm² 6.5 x 4.4
  • AFE monitoring features
    • Pure digital interface
    • Internal ADC measures cell voltage, die temperature, and external thermistor
    • A separate, internal ADC measures pack current (coulomb counter)
    • Directly supports up to three thermistors (103AT)

  • Hardware protection features
    • Overcurrent in Discharge (OCD)
    • Short Circuit in Discharge (SCD)
    • Overvoltage (OV)
    • Undervoltage (UV)
    • Secondary protector fault detection
  • Additional features
    • Integrated cell balancing FETs
    • Charge, discharge low-side NCH FET drivers
    • Alert interrupt to host microcontroller
    • 2.5-V or 3.3-V output voltage regulator
    • No EEPROM programming necessary
    • High supply voltage absolute maximum (up to 108 V)
    • Simple I2C compatible interface (CRC option)
    • Random cell connection tolerant
  • AFE monitoring features
    • Pure digital interface
    • Internal ADC measures cell voltage, die temperature, and external thermistor
    • A separate, internal ADC measures pack current (coulomb counter)
    • Directly supports up to three thermistors (103AT)

  • Hardware protection features
    • Overcurrent in Discharge (OCD)
    • Short Circuit in Discharge (SCD)
    • Overvoltage (OV)
    • Undervoltage (UV)
    • Secondary protector fault detection
  • Additional features
    • Integrated cell balancing FETs
    • Charge, discharge low-side NCH FET drivers
    • Alert interrupt to host microcontroller
    • 2.5-V or 3.3-V output voltage regulator
    • No EEPROM programming necessary
    • High supply voltage absolute maximum (up to 108 V)
    • Simple I2C compatible interface (CRC option)
    • Random cell connection tolerant

The bq769x0 family of robust analog front-end (AFE) devices serves as part of a complete pack monitoring and protection solution for next-generation, high-power systems, such as light electric vehicles, power tools, and uninterruptible power supplies. The bq769x0 is designed with low power in mind: Sub-blocks within the IC may be enabled or disabled to control the overall chip current consumption, and a SHIP mode provides a simple way to put the pack into an ultra-low power state.

The bq76920 device supports up to 5-series cells or typical 18-V packs, the bq76930 handles up to 10-series cells or typical 36-V packs, and the bq76940 works for up to 15-series cells or typical 48-V packs. A variety of battery chemistries may be managed with these AFEs, including Lithium Ion, Lithium iron phosphate, and more. Through I2C, a host controller can use the bq769x0 to implement many battery pack management functions, such as monitoring (cell voltages, pack current, pack temperatures), protection (controlling charge/discharge FETs), and balancing. Integrated A/D converters enable a purely digital readout of critical system parameters, with calibration handled in TI’s manufacturing process.

The bq769x0 family of robust analog front-end (AFE) devices serves as part of a complete pack monitoring and protection solution for next-generation, high-power systems, such as light electric vehicles, power tools, and uninterruptible power supplies. The bq769x0 is designed with low power in mind: Sub-blocks within the IC may be enabled or disabled to control the overall chip current consumption, and a SHIP mode provides a simple way to put the pack into an ultra-low power state.

The bq76920 device supports up to 5-series cells or typical 18-V packs, the bq76930 handles up to 10-series cells or typical 36-V packs, and the bq76940 works for up to 15-series cells or typical 48-V packs. A variety of battery chemistries may be managed with these AFEs, including Lithium Ion, Lithium iron phosphate, and more. Through I2C, a host controller can use the bq769x0 to implement many battery pack management functions, such as monitoring (cell voltages, pack current, pack temperatures), protection (controlling charge/discharge FETs), and balancing. Integrated A/D converters enable a purely digital readout of critical system parameters, with calibration handled in TI’s manufacturing process.

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BQ76920EVM — BQ76920 evaluation board with BQ78350 

The bq76920EVM is a populated circuit board for evaluation of the bq7692000 analog front-end (AFE) along with the bq78350 Battery Management Controller that serves as part of a complete pack monitoring and protection solution for 3 to 5-series Lithium Ion, Lithium iron phosphate, and more battery (...)

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bq769x0 I2C Sample Code With CRC

SLUC583.ZIP (12 KB)
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bq76940/bq76930/bq76920 Evaluation Software (Rev. A)

SLUC539A.ZIP (2752 KB)
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