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USB/AC Adapter, Li+ Linear Battery Charger with Integrated 50m Ohm Battery Switch in TDFN

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Key Features

Parametric specs for Battery Chargers
Charging VIN (V) (max) 5.5
Max. ICHG (A) 1
Cell Chemistry Li-Ion
Li-Polymer
# Lithium Ion Cells 1
Protected VIN (V) (max) 14
Charger (V) 4.2
Oper. Temp. (°C) -40 to +85
Package/Pins TDFN/14
Budgetary
Price (See Notes)
2.68
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Parameters

Parametric specs for Battery Chargers
Charging VIN (V) (max) 5.5
Max. ICHG (A) 1
Cell Chemistry Li-Ion
Li-Polymer
# Lithium Ion Cells 1
Protected VIN (V) (max) 14
Charger (V) 4.2
Oper. Temp. (°C) -40 to +85
Package/Pins TDFN/14
Budgetary
Price (See Notes)
2.68

Key Features

  • Small 3mm × 3mm Thermally Enhanced TDFN Package (0.8mm max height)
  • USB-Compliant Suspend Mode (20µA)
  • Selectable 100mA, 500mA, and Up to 1A Input Current Limits
  • USB or AC Adapter Input
  • +6V to +14V Input Overvoltage Protection
  • Input UVLO Below +4V Rising (3.5V Falling)
  • Automatic Current Sharing Between Battery Charging and System
  • Die Temperature Regulation (+100°C)
  • Prequal, Fast-Charge, and Top-Off Timers
  • Low Dropout Voltage, 250mV at 0.5A
  • NTC Thermistor Input
  • Charge Status and Input-Supply Detection Flags

Applications/Uses

  • Cellular Phones, Smartphones, PDAs
  • Digital Cameras, MP3 Players
  • USB Appliances, Charging Cradles, and Docks

Description

The MAX8606 complete 1-cell Li+ battery charge-management IC operates from either a USB port or AC adapter. It integrates a battery disconnect switch, current-sense circuit, PMOS pass element, and thermal-regulation circuitry, while eliminating the external reverse-blocking Schottky diode, to create a simple and small charging solution. The charging sequence initiates from power-OK indication, through prequalification, fast-charge, top-off charge, and finally charging-complete indication for single-cell Li+ batteries. Charging is controlled using constant current, constant voltage, or constant die-temperature (CCCVCTJ) regulation for safe operation in handhelds.

Two logic inputs (active-low EN1 and active-low EN2) select suspend mode, 100mA, 500mA, or ≤ 1A input current limits to suit USB requirements. Proprietary thermal-regulation circuitry limits the die temperature to +100°C to prevent excessive heat on the system PC board. Additional safety features include an NTC thermistor input (THM) and internal timers to protect the battery. A 3.5V to 4.2V SYS output, in conjunction with the low-RDSON battery switch, powers the system even when the battery is deeply discharged or not installed. The IC also offers a +3.3V/500µA output (VL), a charging status flag (active-low CHG), and an input-supply detection flag (active-low POK). The MAX8606 operates from a +4.25V to +5.5V supply and includes undervoltage lockout below +3.4V and overvoltage protection up to +14V.

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