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Do I need a full BMS or just protection circuit?

I'm planning on building a custom battery powered speaker, and am quite new to rechargeable batteries. My amplifier needs 5V, so I thought I would put 2 18650 batteries in series, and use a step down ...
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Power management controller with multiple inputs

I have planned a (quite complex) controller for a project based on a Raspberry Pi (web UI, logging, camera framegrabbing/video processing, LTE uplink), i2c sensors (assortment of environment sensors), ...
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Magnetic induction with varying rpm: Dealing with excess energy

I would like to get some advice regarding the following scenario: I want to build a cheap, small generator for an energy harvesting application. There are magnets on a rotating shaft and off-the-shelf ...
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Powering down parts of a pcb to conserve power, is it possible? Any caveats?

I'm building a USB 2.0 bus-powered STM32F429-based audio device that is able to run in a stand-alone mode from a phone charger, or running as a USB device when connected to a computer. To comply with ...
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STM6600 voltage divider on VCC for high voltage applications

I'm evaluating the STM6600 on/off controller. My application has a 2-series LiPo battery with a voltage range of 6 to 8.4V, so I need to put a voltage divider before VCC as described in AN3271 (...
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Quiescent current on OFF/ON controller ICs seems high

I want to improve an existing OFF/ON circuit in a project I have. Why do most off/on controller ICs have such a high quiescent current (approx 6 uA)? Their sole purpose is to manage an off/on battery ...
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Is there a Energy Harvesting Power Management and Battery Charging EVM dev kit (e.g. BQ25504) with easily adjustable voltage thresholds?

I have a BQ25504EVM-674 Energy Harvesting Power Management with Battery Charging (EHM) development board by Texas Instruments. It fulfills my requirement of charging an energy store (e.g. supercap/...
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Why system energy is equal to 1/f?

I am studying Intel speed shift. I see a slide: Reference I don't understand, why the green line 1/f means system energy, I think more performance should need more energy as the red line (compute ...
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Does MP2617H power management IC need an external regulator to supply “Vin” using a 12V solar panel?

I'm designing a LiPo battery charger using MP2617 power management IC. When I referred to the datasheet it tells that these ICs have an internally integrated voltage regulator for the battery charging....
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The single-power-button logic of the cell phone [closed]

As known the cell phone has a single power button (most if not all), long press of it can power on the phone or choose to turn off the phone in the UI (my phone is Samsung). I wonder how is it ...