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White Papers for Battery Monitoring ICs - MCU - li-ion - Analogue Front End

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Lithium-ion battery monitoring AFE The ML5204 is an analogue front-end IC intended for 5 cell lithium-ion secondary battery pack protection systems. Multistage connection supports multistage andhigh voltage Li-ion battery systems. Itʼs power consumption especially in power down mode is very low and total system power consumption is low. In addition, it has external FET driving pins for cell-balancing and cell balancing for each cell is supported.
Lithium-ion battery monitoring AFE The ML5238 is an analogue front-end IC intended for 16 cell lithium-ion secondary battery pack protection systems. With cell-by-cell voltage and charge/discharge current monitoring it can protect each cell against over-charge, over-discharge and over-current, using the external microcontroller.In addition, it is equipped with the short current detection function to automatically protect battery packs without control from the external microcontroller.
Lithium-ion battery monitoring AFE The ML5239 is an analogue front-end IC intended for 16 cell lithium-ion secondary battery pack protection systems. With cell-by-cell voltage and charge/discharge current monitoring it can protect each cell against over-charge, over-discharge and over-current, using the external microcontroller.In addition, it is equipped with the short current detection function to automatically protect battery packs without control from the external microcontroller.
Lithium-ion battery protection The ML5248 is an analogue front-end IC intended for 7 cell lithium-ion secondary battery pack protection systems. With cell-by-cell voltage and charge/discharge current monitoring, cell balancing and over current detection the ML5248 can build high performance battery pack systems.
Enhancing Efficiency by Reducing Converter Stages & RON in Power Management ICs This white paper will provide an overview of the industry trends driving the need for advanced converter and packaging technologies to provide greater efficiency in high power (high voltage and high current) solutions.
ISO 26262: Functional Safety Standard for Modern Road Vehicles In this paper, as interest in functional safety and ISO 26262 grows and initiatives and responses are needed, we will introduce these concepts from a semiconductor manufacturer’s perspective, including how they affect the automotive sector.

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