Battery and Power Management

November 2003
Portable Design;Nov2003, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p36
Features several electronic equipment and products for battery and power management. Battery chargers from Phihong which deliver maximum allowable power; Battery-charge controllers from Microchip Technology which provide accurate regulation; Application of the Li-Ion battery charger in eliminating carrying wall cubes; Improvement of battery life using a chip set from Texas Instruments.


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