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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