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5 questions to ask when designing rechargeable personal care products

This short technical article lists 5 main questions to consider when starting to design with rechargeable batteries for long-lasting and safer portable healthcare and personal care applications.

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Texas Instruments Charging 300x250 Ed 121520 Kmr


Texas Instruments Bq25792 315x180 Ed 121520 Kmr

Universal charging enables portable medical devices, such as blood-pressure monitors, to charge from car adapters or USB-PD adapters, bringing a new level of flexibility and convenience to portable medical devices.

Texas Instruments Bq25125 315x180 Ed 121520 Kmr

300-mA, 1-cell charger with integrated DC/DC buck, LDO in 2.5x2.5mm package

The BQ25125 is a highly integrated battery charge management IC that integrates the most common functions for space-constrained designs: Linear charger, regulated output, load switch, manual reset with timer, and battery voltage monitor. 

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Texas Instruments Bq25306 315x180 Ed 121520 Kmr

Standalone 3-A 1-2-cell battery charger IC

The BQ25306 supports 4.1-V - 17-V input voltage and 3-A fast charge current. The integrated current sensing enables high charge efficiency; standalone interface does not require to program charger IC software to simplify your design process.

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When to use rechargeable batteries in small battery applications

Not sure if using the rechargeable batteries for your medical design is the way to go? This short technical article might help you answer some of your questions. 

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Universal fast charging – a future trend for battery-powered applications

Read how universal and fast charging enabled by USB PD can revolutionize the future of portable electronics, including portable health and personal care products, bringing the new level of convenience and mobility to the users.

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Adding USB Type-C® with USB Power Delivery to battery-powered applications

This technical article offers a solution for an easy implementation of USB Power delivery port for portable feature-rich, compact and power-hungry applications.

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Overcoming design challenges for low quiescent current in hearing aids

Thanks to advances in miniaturization, Bluetooth® communication and embedded processing, modern hearing aids have more features than ever. This short read is about how to enable longer lasting next-generation hearing aids. 

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Ultra-low standby power reference design for wireless earbud battery

Wireless earbuds are charged by the battery inside their carrying case. It requires small solution size and power efficiency. This ultra-low power reference design is for a charging case battery and boost converter powered from USB input.

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Medical device design considerations: charging and discharging the battery

This video will cover how the benefits of accurate charging, the consequences of careless charging and how low leakage chargers and bucks allow you to use your devices longer.

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