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Single Cell Gauging 101: Battery Chemistry Fundamentals

Date:
January 1, 2012

Duration:
17:04
Learn the fundamentals of battery chemistries and how and why different factors can affect battery capacity and health.

Single Cell Gauging 101: Classic Fuel Gauging Approaches

Date:
January 1, 2012

Duration:
25:54
Learn the goals of fuel gauging and the different ways in which it can be achieved. The advantages and disadvantages of different types of gauging are discussed as well as how to implement a fuel gauge.

Impedance track benefits

Date:
January 1, 2012

Duration:
27:12
Learn about Texas Instruments’ patented Impedance TrackTM technology and the advantages it offers. In addition it will outline the overall benefits of fuel gauging and the consequences of not implementing gauging correctly within your system.

Introduction to Battery Management: Part 1 - Battery Technology Overview

Date:
October 15, 2013

Duration:
23:04
This module provides an overview of battery technology. Common types of rechargeable batteries used in myriad applications are examined.

Introduction to Battery Management: Part 5 - Introduction to Wireless Power and bqTESLA

Date:
October 15, 2013

Duration:
19:31
This module examines some of the key aspects of battery technology, particularly wireless power and some of the standards from the Wireless Power Consortium. We'll also look at the bqTesla wireless power chipset from TI, see some examples of a wireless "ping", and look at switching frequency variation.

Introduction to Battery Management: Part 2 - Battery Gauging, Cell Balancing, and Protection

Date:
February 8, 2015

Duration:
19:34
This module provides an overview of battery monitors, also known as fuel gauges.

Introduction to Battery Management: Part 4 - Special Considerations for Large Battery Packs

Date:
October 15, 2013

Duration:
23:02
This module looks at special considerations for large battery packs such as those used in power tools and other high power systems. Secondary, redundant protection mechanisms are examined, as well as the idea of cell balancing. Lastly, high cell count battery systems are covered.

Introduction to Battery Management: Part 3 - Li-Ion Battery Charging

Date:
February 8, 2015

Duration:
16:20
This module examines ways to implement Li-Ion battery charging circuits, including switch-mode chargers. We also look at power path management solutions.

Battery charging, gauging and protection

Date:
June 29, 2010

Duration:
57:21
An overview of Battery Charging, Gas Gauging and Protection solutions for single- or multi-cell battery applications, including for Li-Ion batteries

Wireless Power Transmitter System Design: Part 1

Date:
May 10, 2016

Duration:
19:36
This is a two-part presentation on wireless power transmitter design, covering some of the key steps in component selection and basic power calculations. This lecture focuses on the major building blocks of the wireless power transmitter: IC selection, coil selection, external components, and foreign object detection.

Wireless Power Receiver System Design: Part 1

Date:
May 10, 2016

Duration:
21:40
Two-part presentation, wireless power receiver designs are examined. This video describes how to choose the appropriate receiver for your design and goes through detailed steps on how to successfully design your end system. After a product overview and functional bock diagram example, the video focuses on the a detail walkthrough of a TI reference design including coil characterization at different frequencies, load steps, resonant capacitor (Cs and Cd) tuning, and coil measurements (Ls and Ls') based on final system configurations.

NVDC Charging Design Considerations and Trade-offs

Date:
January 1, 2012

Duration:
14:17
This two-part presentation looks at traditional and hybrid charging configurations, then moves into narrow VDC (NVDC) charger designs. In Part 1, we examine the traditional and hybrid chargers, with an overview of the topology and an example for each. In Part 2, we go into more detail of the NVDC design, looking at Energy Star, system capacitance considerations, battery removal, and battery pre-charge.

Understanding Battery Charging IC Specifications - Part 1

Date:
September 1, 2015

Duration:
18:36
Two-part presentation discusses some of the key charger parameters and related background information.

MaxLife Technology: Extending Battery Service Life and Minimizing Charge Time

Date:
January 1, 2012

Duration:
32:53
This presentation gives a detailed look at the challenges associated with charging batteries quickly. We first look at the causes of battery degradation, including the chemistries in cells, and ways of accurately modeling degradation. Charging solutions are then provided using the Multi-level Charging (MLC) optimized battery modeling framework and the MLC ecosystem.

Development Trends in Battery Technology/Chemistry

Date:
January 1, 2012

Duration:
17:46
Two-part presentation on trends in baThis two-part presentations discusses current and future trends in battery technology, specifically how choices in materials affect voltages and battery capacity, e.g., modern electrolytes and the newest overlithiated layered oxides (OLO). We also take a brief look at future chemistries that offer the highest theoretical energy densities in batteries.ttery technology. How choices in materials affect voltages and battery capacity.

Foreign Object Detection (FOD)

Date:
January 27, 2014

Duration:
10:36
Support WPC 1.1 standard with Foreign Object Detection. Covers measurements of transmitted power and calibrating the FOD circuit.

Battery Monitoring Basics

Date:
October 1, 2012

Duration:
57:32
This video has two sections; Basic concepts of Battery Monitoring and deep dive in Fuel Gauging. In the first section, you will learn overall basics of Battery Monitoring which will help people know what a Battery Monitor does, how to estimate battery capacity and factors affecting capacity estimation. Furthermore, safety, protection and other functions will be covered. In the second section, you will dive deeply into Fuel Gauging. Here you can learn the vocabulary of Gauging and what a Fuel Gauge does.You will get to understand the basics of Battery Monitoring as well as the specifics of Fuel Gauge in this video. This is a well-made introduction of Battery Monitoring for beginners and also includes details for those dealing with Fuel Gauging.

PCB Layout Guidelines for Fuel Gauge Design

Date:
October 1, 2012

Duration:
26:54
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.

Wireless Power Tx Design

Date:
October 1, 2012

Duration:
37:07
If you have difficulty in designing Wireless Power Transmitters, this video will provide you with a lot of tips for doing it. Many features and techniques will be introduced for those handling Wireless Power Tx. Techniques for design captures, PCB lay out tip, Powering Up & Troubleshooting, construction details, and notes on EVM will help you in your daily work dealing with them. Furthermore, six common pitfalls that customers would have will be covered with the solutions. Additionally, you will be given magnetic suppliers contact points for Tx and part numbers. For those who want to study upon Wireless Power Tx, you can reach out online collaterals in the video.

Wireless Power Transmitter System Design: Part 2

Date:
May 10, 2016

Duration:
19:21
This is a two-part presentation on wireless power transmitter design, covering some of the key steps in component selection and basic power calculations. This lecture focuses on the major building blocks of the wireless power transmitter: IC selection, coil selection, external components, and foreign object detection.
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