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2003-10-09 Linear Tech Coulomb counter suits portable systems
The LTC4150 bi-directional Coulomb counter from Linear Technology is designed for handheld PCs and other portable product apps.
2015-09-25 Linear Tech outs 50mA synchronous buck-boost DC/DC converter
With only 680nA of quiescent current and programmable peak input currents from 5mA up to 250mA, the LTC3335 is intended for various low power battery applications.
2013-03-14 Maxim's battery fuel gauge touts maximised capacity
Ideal for portable applications, the MAX17050 provides the best possible accuracy, uses 4 times less power, and shrinks solutions by 3 times compared to competitive devices.
2010-07-16 Li+ battery fuel gauges work without current sensing
Maxim launched the the MAX17040/MAX17041 and MAX17043/MAX17044 1- and 2-cell fuel-gauge ICs, which function without requiring current sensing.
2010-06-17 Energy-harvesting kit powers wireless sensors
STMicroelectronics NV and Micropelt GmbH have developed an autonomous wireless sensor evaluation kit.
2012-01-20 Battery monitor IC promises longer device runtime
ST's STC3105 boasts low supply-current requirements60?A typicaland comes in a 2 x 3 x 0.8mm package.
2009-09-04 Battery monitor IC promises increased accuracy
STMicroelectronics' latest battery-condition monitoring IC enables increased accuracy for 'fuel-gauge' style indicators.
2005-02-04 AVR MCU implements smart battery monitoring in one chip
The ATmega406 is touted by Atmel to be the first high-voltage technology AVR MCU implementing full 2-4 cell Li-ion smart battery monitoring and protection on a single chip.
2011-07-18 Applications processors enable EPDs, LCD devices
Freescale has released three members of the i.MX50 product family, which enable compelling end devices featuring LCD and/or electronic paper displays (EPDs).
2009-05-06 Fuel gauges combine Li+ protector, SHA-1
Maxim Integrated Products has developed the DS2775/DS2776/DS2777/DS2778, 2-cell, stand-alone fuel gauges to integrate a 2-cell Li-ion (Li+) protector in a tiny, 3mm x 5mm TDFN package.
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