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Integrated battery protection and cell balancing solution

Integrated battery protection and cell balancing solution

Texas Instruments has announced the industry's first fully integrated battery protection and cell balancing solution for Li-Ion and lithium iron phosphate battery packs.

According to TI, the bq77910 battery management and protection device can manage 4 to 10cell battery packs and two devices can be stacked to protect 11 to 20cell packs.

The device is said to simplify battery pack designs for e-bikes, e-scooters, portable gardening tools and uninterruptable power supplies. It can also be used when replacing lead acid batteries.

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