MAX1736EVKIT

Evaluation Kit for the MAX1736


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Description

The MAX1736 evaluation kit (EV kit) is a fully assembled and tested circuit board containing a single-cell lithium-ion (Li+) battery charger. The EV kit includes a current-limited 800mA wall-cube AC adapter, which allows it to safely and quickly charge an Li+ cell to +4.2V (+4.1V with the MAX1736EUT41). The EV kit is useful for stand-alone operation or for applications interfaced with a microcontroller.

Key Features

  • Simple Stand-Alone Application Circuit
  • Easily Configurable for +4.1V Cells
  • Microcontroller Compatible
  • Surface-Mount Construction
  • Fully Assembled and Tested
  • Input Power Source Range: +4.7V to +20V

Applications/Uses

  • Cradle Chargers
  • Digital Still Cameras
  • PDAs and Other Handheld Devices
  • Self-Charging Battery Packs
  • Single-Cell Li+ Portable Applications
  • Small Handheld Equipment
  • Wireless Handsets
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