Appliances: battery charger

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Appliances: battery charger

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create appliances battery chargers of the future. Whether you are designing for different architectures of Li-ion battery packs for 3-S to 14-S applications, we have the right resources for you.

Design requirements:

Next-generation appliances battery chargers often require:

  • High efficiency and low standby power.
  • Robust voltage, current and thermal protection.
  • Small form factor and high cost effectiveness.

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Type Title Date
White paper LLC Converter Small Signal Modeling 31 Oct 2019
Application note Analysis and Measurement of Resonant Tank Current on LLC 30 Jul 2013
Application note Feedback Loop Design of an LLC Resonant Power Converter (Rev. A) 23 Nov 2010
Application note Precision Current Measurements on High-Voltage Power-Supply Rails (Rev. F) PDF | HTML 17 Oct 2022
Technical articles Discharge that output rail? 16 May 2014
Technical articles Inductive sensing: How can an inductive switch be used for lid open/close detection? 15 Aug 2016
Technical articles The challenge of implementing higher-power wireless charging 11 Jun 2015
Application note Increasing Power Density With Active Clamp Flyback (UCC28780) 10 May 2022
Technical articles Make your power bank more reliable with output short-circuit protection 06 Dec 2016

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