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MAX8895V Datasheet PDF

Maxim Integrated
Part Number MAX8895V
Manufacturer Maxim Integrated
Title Li-Ion Chargers
Description The MAX8895_ USB-compliant linear battery chargers operate from either a USB port or dedicated charger with automatic detection of adapter type an...
Features optimized smart power control to make the best use of limited USB or adapter power. Battery charge current is set independently of the SYS_ input current limit. Power not used by the system charges the battery. Automatic input selection switches the system from battery to external power. This allows...

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