PCB Layout Guidelines for Fuel Gauge Design


October 1, 2012

Battery packs are used in many different applications and almost every environmental condition. Hence, the pack designer must take care to design the hardware to protect the pack in the conditions where it will be used. In addition, they need to use Gas Gauge and Cell Protection to manage the battery and protect it from damage. This video will provide the Layout guidelines for Fuel Gauge Design to those who are hadling Gauge Design. You will also learn how to assure accuracy of batteries and improve EMI and ESD. After that, the Next Generation TI Battery Management, bq40z50, will be introduced briefly. You can see its EVM schematic and layout. The video will help you make your design work easier.

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