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BQ79600EVM-030 Evaluation Module (EVM)

Texas Instruments BQ79600EVM-030 Evaluation Module (EVM) is for the BQ79600-Q1 used as bridge IC to interface between a microcontroller (MCU) and TI battery monitoring ICs (for example, BQ7961X-Q1 and BQ79606A-Q1). The information from the MCU is translated by the device into pulses recognized by TI's battery management daisy chain protocol and transmitted out. The device has an Auto-Host Wakeup function that can be utilized with the BQ7961X-Q1 family to automatically wakeup the host through the INH pin when an unmasked fault is detected in the battery monitoring ICs. The Texas Instruments BQ79600EVM-030 can be powered through a 5V source such as a PMIC device or directly through a 12V battery.

TT-MU-595-BQ79600EVM-030
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Interface Development Tools SafeTI™ SPI/UART to daisy chain bridge interface with auto host wakeup evaluation module

Interface Development Tools SafeTI™ SPI/UART to daisy chain bridge interface with auto host wakeup evaluation module

Sku: TT-MU-595-BQ79600EVM-030
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BQ79600EVM-030 Evaluation Module (EVM)

Texas Instruments BQ79600EVM-030 Evaluation Module (EVM) is for the BQ79600-Q1 used as bridge IC to interface between a microcontroller (MCU) and TI battery monitoring ICs (for example, BQ7961X-Q1 and BQ79606A-Q1). The information from the MCU is translated by the device into pulses recognized by TI's battery management daisy chain protocol and transmitted out. The device has an Auto-Host Wakeup function that can be utilized with the BQ7961X-Q1 family to automatically wakeup the host through the INH pin when an unmasked fault is detected in the battery monitoring ICs. The Texas Instruments BQ79600EVM-030 can be powered through a 5V source such as a PMIC device or directly through a 12V battery.