Battery pack: vacuum cleaner/robot

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Battery pack: vacuum cleaner/robot

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create high reliability and low-power consumption battery pack management solutions with protection, monitoring, cell balancing, authentication and gauging for vacuum cleaners and vacuum robots.

Design requirements

Modern battery packs for vacuum cleaners and vacuum robots often require:

  • High reliability with voltage, current and temperature protection.
  • Accurate voltage and current sensing.
  • Low standby current and ultra-low shipment power consumption.

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