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Powering projects from Li-polymer cells

Posted on Thursday, August 23rd, 2012 in Chips by DP

Sjaak gave an example of powering a project from Li-polymer cells. His design uses the MCP73811 to handle the charging, while the TPS61200 DC/DC converter maintains 3.3V on it’s output regardless of the battery voltage.

Via the forum.

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