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Standalone Synchronous Switch-mode Charge Controller


Package | PIN: RVA | 16
Temp: I (-40 to 85)
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1-9 $4.63
10-24 $4.16
25-99 $3.89
100-249 $3.49
250-499 $3.25
500-749 $2.83
750-999 $2.45
1000+ $2.40


  • 1.2-MHz NMOS-NMOS Synchronous Buck Converter
  • Stand-Alone Charger Support for Li-Ion or Li-Polymer
  • 5-V – 28-V VCC Input Voltage Range and Supports
    1S-6S Battery Cells
  • Up to 10-A Charge Current and Adapter Current
  • High-Accuracy Voltage and Current Regulation
    • ±0.5% Charge-Voltage Accuracy
    • ±3% Charge-Current Accuracy
  • Integration
    • Internal Loop Compensation
    • Internal Soft Start
  • Safety
    • Input Overvoltage Protection
    • Battery Thermistor Sense Hot/Cold Charge Suspend
    • Battery Detection
    • Built-In Safety Timer
    • Charge Overcurrent Protection
    • Battery Short Protection
    • Battery Overvoltage Protection
    • Thermal Shutdown
  • Status Outputs
    • Adapter Present
    • Charger Operation Status
  • Charge Enable Pin
  • 6-V Gate Drive for Synchronous Power Converter
  • 30-ns Driver Dead-Time and 99.5% Max. Effective Duty Cycle
  • 16-Pin 3.5-mm × 3.5-mm QFN package
  • Energy Star Low Quiescent Current Iq
    • < 15-µA Off-State Battery Discharge Current
    • < 1.5-mA Off-State Input Quiescent Current

Texas Instruments  BQ24600RVAR

The bq24600 is a highly integrated Li-ion or Li-polymer switch-mode battery-charge controller. It offers a constant-frequency synchronous PWM controller with high-accuracy charge current and voltage regulation, charge preconditioning, termination, and charge status monitoring,

The bq24600 charges the battery in three phases: preconditioning, constant current, and constant voltage. Charge is terminated when the current reaches a minimum level. An internal charge timer provides a safety backup. The bq24600 automatically restarts the charge cycle if the battery voltage falls below an internal threshold, and enters a low-quiescent-current sleep mode when the input voltage falls below the battery voltage.