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Analog Devices Inc. Battery Management PMIC | New Product Brief

April 24, 2020 by Mouser Electronics

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Analog Devices Inc. Battery Management PMIC

Analog Devices ADP5360 Battery Manager PMIC integrates charging, monitoring, protection, and output regulation in a single IC, providing advanced battery management for wearables and other portable consumer or medical devices.  

THE ADP5360 includes a high accuracy linear charger for lithium-ion and lithium polymer batteries, with a programmable charge terminal voltage and charge current up to 320mA. The charger operates from a supply up to 6.8V and is tolerant to up to 20V, providing headroom to tolerate spiking during USB connect and disconnect. 

The IC includes a voltage-based fuel gauge that reports real-time battery state-of-charge and provides battery protection, while integrated buck and buck-boost regulators can be set to output from 0.6V to 5.5V.  The ADP5360 also includes a supervisory circuit to monitor the output. 

  • Linear battery charger for Li-ion and Li-poly batteries 
  • High accuracy and programmable charge terminal voltage and charge current up to 320mA 
  • VBUS operating voltage: 3.9V to 6.8V 
    • Tolerant to 20V to handle USB connect/disconnect spikes 
  • Voltage-based fuel gauge with real-time state-of-charge reporting 
  • Regulators 
    • Buck: 0.6V to 3.75V output 
    • Buck-boost: 1.8V to 5.5V output 
  • Supervisory circuit monitors output voltage and provides a power-on reset signal to the system 

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