BQ2004

BQ2004
bq2004
Fast-Charge IC
Features
General Description
➤ Fast charge and conditioning of
nickel cadmium or nickel-metal
hydride batteries
The bq2004 Fast Charge IC provides comprehensive fast charge control functions together with high-speed
switching power control circuitry on a
monolithic CMOS device.
➤ Hysteretic PWM switch-mode
current regulation or gated control of an external regulator
➤ Easily integrated into systems or
used as a stand-alone charger
➤ Pre-charge qualification of temperature and voltage
➤ Configurable, direct LED outputs
display battery and charge status
➤ Fast-charge termination by ∆ temperature/∆ time, peak volume detection, -∆V, maximum voltage,
maximum temperature, and maximum time
Integration of closed-loop current
control circuitry allows the bq2004
to be the basis of a cost-effective solution for stand-alone and systemintegrated chargers for batteries of
one or more cells.
Switch-activated discharge-beforecharge allows bq2004-based chargers
to support battery conditioning and
capacity determination.
➤ Optional top-off charge and
pulsed current maintenance
charging
High-efficiency power conversion is
accomplished using the bq2004 as a
hysteretic PWM controller for
switch-mode regulation of the charging current. The bq2004 may alternatively be used to gate an externally
regulated charging current.
➤ Logic-level controlled low-power
mode (< 5µA standby current)
Fast charge may begin on application of the charging supply, replace-
Pin Connections
Pin Names
ment of the battery, or switch depression. For safety, fast charge is
inhibited unless/until the battery
temperature and voltage are within
configured limits.
Temperature, voltage, and time are
monitored throughout fast charge.
Fast charge is terminated by any of
the following:
n
Rate of temperature time
(∆ T/∆ t)
n
Peak voltage detection (PVD)
n
Negative delta voltage (-∆ V)
n
Maximum voltage
n
Maximum temperature
n
Maximum time
After fast charge, optional top-off
and pulsed current maintenance
phases are available.
DCMD
Discharge command
SNS
Sense resistor input
DSEL
Display select
LED1
Charge status output 1
VSEL
Voltage termination
select
LED2
Charge status output 2
VSS
System ground
TM1
Timer mode select 1
VCC
5.0V ±10% power
TM2
Timer mode select 2
MOD
Charge current control
DIS
Discharge control
output
INH
Charge inhibit input
DCMD
1
16
INH
DSEL
2
15
DIS
VSEL
3
14
MOD
TM1
4
13
VCC
TM2
5
12
VSS
TCO
6
11
LED2
TCO
Temperature cutoff
TS
7
10
LED1
TS
Temperature sense
BAT
8
9
SNS
BAT
Battery voltage
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or Narrow SOIC
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SNS
Pin Descriptions
DCMD
SNS controls the switching of MOD based on
an external sense resistor in the current
path of the battery. SNS is the reference potential for both the TS and BAT pins. If
SNS is connected to VSS, then MOD switches
high at the beginning of charge and low at
the end of charge.
Discharge-before-charge control input
The DCMD input controls the conditions
that enable discharge-before-charge. DCMD
is pulled up internally. A negative-going
pulse on DCMD initiates a discharge to endof-discharge voltage (EDV) on the BAT pin,
followed by a new charge cycle start. Tying
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discharge-before-charge on every new charge
cycle start.
DSEL
VSEL
LED1–
LED2
Display select input
VSS
Ground
This three-state input configures the charge
status display mode of the LED1 and LED2
outputs. See Table 2.
VCC
VCC supply input
Voltage termination select input
MOD
5.0V, ±10% power input.
Timer mode inputs
DIS
INH
Temperature cut-off threshold input
Charge inhibit input
When low, the bq2004 suspends all charge
actions, drives all outputs to high impedance, and assumes a low-power operational
state. When transitioning from low to high,
a new charge cycle is started.
Temperature sense input
Input, referenced to SNS, for an external
thermister monitoring battery temperature.
BAT
Discharge control output
Push-pull output used to control an external
transistor to discharge the battery before
charging.
Input to set maximum allowable battery
temperature. If the potential between TS
and SNS is less than the voltage at the TCO
input, then fast charge or top-off charge is terminated.
TS
Charge current control output
MOD is a push-pull output that is used to
control the charging current to the battery.
MOD switches high to enable charging current to flow and low to inhibit charging
current flow.
TM1 and TM2 are three-state inputs that
configure the fast charge safety timer, voltage
termination hold-off time, “top-off”, and
trickle charge control. See Table 1.
TCO
Charge status outputs
Push-pull outputs indicating charging
status. See Table 2.
This three-state input controls the voltagetermination technique used by the bq2004.
When high, PVD is active. When floating,
-∆V is used. When pulled low, both PVD and
-∆V are disabled.
TM1–
TM2
Charging current sense input
Battery voltage input
BAT is the battery voltage sense input, referenced to SNS. This is created by a highimpedance resistor-divider network connected between the positive and the negative
terminals of the battery.
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Functional Description
Discharge-Before-Charge
Figure 3 shows a block diagram and Figure 4 shows a
state diagram of the bq2004.
The DCMD input is used to command discharge-beforecharge via the DIS output. Once activated, DIS becomes active (high) until VCELL falls below VEDV, at
which time DIS goes low and a new fast charge cycle begins.
Battery Voltage and Temperature
Measurements
The DCMD input is internally pulled up to VCC (its inactive state). Leaving the input unconnected, therefore,
results in disabling discharge-before-charge. A negative
going pulse on DCMD initiates discharge-before-charge
at any time regardless of the current state of the
bq2004. If DCMD is tied to V SS , discharge-beforecharge will be the first step in all newly started charge
cycles.
Battery voltage and temperature are monitored for
maximum allowable values. The voltage presented on
the battery sense input, BAT, should represent a
two-cell potential for the battery under charge. A
resistor-divider ratio of:
RB1 N
= -1
RB2 2
is recommended to maintain the battery voltage within
the valid range, where N is the number of cells, RB1 is
the resistor connected to the positive battery terminal,
and RB2 is the resistor connected to the negative battery terminal. See Figure 1.
Starting a Charge Cycle
1.
VCC rising above 4.5V
Note: This resistor-divider network input impedance to
end-to-end should be at least 200kΩ and less than 1MΩ.
2.
VCELL falling through the maximum cell voltage,
VMCV where:
3.
A transition on the INH input from low to high.
A new charge cycle (see Figure 2) is started by:
VMCV = 0.8 ∗ VCC ± 30mV
A ground-referenced negative temperature coefficient thermistor placed in proximity to the battery may be used as a
low-cost temperature-to-voltage transducer. The temperature sense voltage input at TS is developed using a
resistor-thermistor network between VCC and VSS. See
Figure 1. Both the BAT and TS inputs are referenced to
SNS, so the signals used inside the IC are:
If DCMD is tied low, a discharge-before-charge is executed as the first step of the new charge cycle. Otherwise, pre-charge qualification testing is the first step.
The battery must be within the configured temperature
and voltage limits before fast charging begins.
VBAT - VSNS = VCELL
and
The valid battery voltage range is VEDV < VBAT < VMCV
where:
VTS - VSNS = VTEMP
VEDV = 0.4 ∗ VCC ± 30mV
Negative Temperature
Coefficient Thermister
VCC
PACK +
RT1
PACK+
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TS
RB1
bq2004
BAT
RB2
SNS
RT2
N
T
C
SNS
PACK-
PACK -
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Figure 1. Voltage and Temperature Monitoring
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Discharge
Charge
Pending*
Fast Charging
Top-Off
Pulse-Trickle
(Optional)
(Optional) (Pulse-Trickle)
DIS
260 s
260 s
Switch-mode
MOD Configuration
or
2080 s
260 s
Note*
2080 s
Note*
260 s
External
MOD Regulation
(SNS Grounded)
Mode 1, LED2 Status Output
Mode 1, LED1 Status Output
Mode 2, LED2 Status Output
Mode 2, LED1 Status Output
Mode 3, LED2 Status Output
Mode 3, LED1 Status Output
Battery within temperature/voltage limits.
Battery discharged to 0.4 * VCC. Battery outside
temperature/voltage limits.
Discharge-Before-Charge started
*See Table 3 for pulse-trickle period.
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Figure 2. Charge Cycle Phases
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The valid temperature range is VHTF < VTEMP < VLTF,
where:
Each sample is an average of voltage measurements
taken 57µs apart. The IC takes 32 measurements in
PVD mode and 16 measurements in -∆V mode. The resulting sample periods (9.17ms and 18.18ms, respectively) filter out harmonics centered around 55Hz and
109Hz. This technique minimizes the effect of any AC
line ripple that may feed through the power supply from
either 50Hz or 60Hz AC sources. Tolerance on all timing is ±16%.
VLTF = 0.4 ∗ VCC ± 30mV
VHTF = [(1/4 ∗ VLTF) + (3/4 ∗ VTCO)] ± 30mV
Note: The low temperature fault (LTF) threshold is not
enforced if the IC is configured for PVD termination
(VSEL = high).
VTCO is the voltage presented at the TCO input pin, and is
configured by the user with a resistor divider between VCC
and ground. The allowed range is 0.2 to 0.4 ∗ VCC.
Voltage Termination Hold-off
A hold-off period occurs at the start of fast charging.
During the hold-off period, -∆V termination is disabled.
This avoids premature termination on the voltage
spikes sometimes produced by older batteries when
fast-charge current is first applied. ∆T/∆t, maximum
voltage and maximum temperature terminations are
not affected by the hold-off period.
If the temperature of the battery is out of range, or the
voltage is too low, the chip enters the charge pending
state and waits for both conditions to fall within their allowed limits. The MOD output is modulated to provide
the configured trickle charge rate in the charge pending
state. There is no time limit on the charge pending
state; the charger remains in this state as long as the
voltage or temperature conditons are outside of the allowed limits. If the voltage is too high, the chip goes to
the battery absent state and waits until a new charge
cycle is started.
T/ t Termination
The bq2004 samples at the voltage at the TS pin every
34s, and compares it to the value measured two samples
earlier. If VTEMP has fallen 16mV ±4mV or more, fast
charge is terminated. If VSEL = high, the ∆T/∆t termination test is valid only when VTCO < VTEMP < VTCO +
0.2 ∗ VCC. Otherwise the ∆T/∆t termination test is valid
only when VTCO < VTEMP < VLTF.
Fast charge continues until termination by one or more
of the six possible termination conditions:
n
Delta temperature/delta time (∆T/∆t)
n
Peak voltage detection (PVD)
n
Negative delta voltage (-∆ V)
n
Maximum voltage
n
Maximum temperature
n
Maximum time
Temperature Sampling
Each sample is an average of 16 voltage measurements
taken 57µs apart. The resulting sample period
(18.18ms) filters out harmonics around 55Hz. This technique minimizes the effect of any AC line ripple that
may feed through the power supply from either 50Hz or
60Hz AC sources. Tolerance on all timing is ±16%.
PVD and - V Termination
Maximum Voltage, Temperature, and Time
The bq2004 samples the voltage at the BAT pin once
every 34s. When -∆V termination is selected, if VCELL is
lower than any previously measured value by 12mV
±4mV (6mV/cell), fast charge is terminated. When PVD
termination is selected, if VCELL is lower than any previ-
Anytime VCELL rises above VMCV, the LEDs go off and
charging ceases immediately. If VCELL then falls back below VMCV before tMCV = 1.5s ±0.5s, the chip transitions to
the Charge Complete state (maximum voltage termination). If VCELL remains above VMCV at the expiration of
tMCV, the bq2004 transitions to the Battery Absent state
(battery removal). See Figure 4.
VSEL Input
Low
Float
High
Voltage Termination
Disabled
Maximum temperature termination occurs anytime
VTEMP falls below the temperature cutoff threshold
VTCO. Unless PVD termination is enabled (VSEL =
high), charge will also be terminated if VTEMP rises
above the low temperature fault threshold, VLTF, after
fast charge begins. The VLTF threshold is not enforced
when the IC is configured for PVD termination.
-∆V
PVD
ously measured value by 6mV ±2mV (3mV/cell), fast
charge is terminated. The PVD and -∆V tests are valid
in the range 0.4 ∗ VCC < VCELL < 0.8 ∗ VCC.
Maximum charge time is configured using the TM pin.
Time settings are available for corresponding charge
rates of C/4, C/2, 1C, and 2C. Maximum time-out termination is enforced on the fast-charge phase, then reset,
Voltage Sampling
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top-off is enabled and C/32 when top-off is disabled.
Both pulse trickle and top-off may be disabled by tying
TM1 and TM2 to VSS.
and enforced again on the top-off phase, if selected.
There is no time limit on the trickle-charge phase.
Top-off Charge
Charge Status Indication
An optional top-off charge phase may be selected to
follow fast charge termination for the C/2 through 4C
rates. This phase may be necessary on NiMH or other
battery chemistries that have a tendency to terminate
charge prior to reaching full capacity. With top-off enabled, charging continues at a reduced rate after
fast-charge termination for a period of time equal to
the fast-charge safety time (See Table 1.) During topoff, the MOD pin is enabled at a duty cycle of 260µs active for every 1820µs inactive. This modulation results
in an average rate 1/8th that of the fast charge rate.
Maximum voltage, time, and temperature are the only
termination methods enabled during top-off.
Charge status is indicated by the LED1 and LED2 outputs. The state of these outputs in the various charge cycle phases is given in Table 2 and illustrated in Figure 2.
In all cases, if VCELL exceeds the voltage at the MCV
pin, both LED1 and LED2 outputs are held low regardless of other conditions. Both can be used to directly
drive an LED.
Charge Current Control
The bq2004 controls charge current through the MOD
output pin. The current control circuitry is designed to
support implementation of a constant-current switching
regulator or to gate an externally regulated current
source.
Pulse-Trickle Charge
Pulse-trickle charging follows the fast charge and optional top-off charge phases to compensate for selfdischarge of the battery while it is idle in the charger.
The configured pulse-trickle rate is also applied in the
charge pending state to raise the voltage of an overdischarged battery up to the minimum required before
fast charge can begin.
When used in switch mode configuration, the nominal
regulated current is:
IREG = 0.225V/RSNS
Charge current is monitored at the SNS input by the
voltage drop across a sense resistor, RSNS, between the
low side of the battery pack and ground. RSNS is sized
to provide the desired fast charge current.
In the pulse-trickle mode, MOD is active for 260µs of a
period specified by the settings of TM1 and TM2. See
Table 1. The resulting trickle-charge rate is C/64 when
Table 1. Fast-Charge Safety Time/Hold-Off/Top-Off Table
PulseTrickle
Rate
PulseTrickle
Period (Hz)
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
820
Disabled
C/32
240
410
Disabled
C/32
120
45
200
Disabled
C/32
60
23
100
Disabled
C/32
30
Float
180
820
C/16
C/64
120
Low
High
90
410
C/8
C/64
60
Float
High
45
200
C/4
C/64
30
High
23
100
C/2
C/64
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Typical
Typical
Fast-Charge Safety PVD, -∆ V Hold-Off Top-Off
Time (seconds)
Rate
Time (minutes)
Corresponding
Fast-Charge
Rate
TM1
TM2
C/4
Low
Low
360
137
C/2
Float
Low
180
1C
High
Low
90
2C
Low
Float
4C
Float
Float
C/2
High
1C
2C
4C
High
Note:
Typical conditions = 25°C, VCC = 5.0V.
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VSNSLO = 0.04 ∗ VCC ± 25mV
If the voltage at the SNS pin is less than VSNSLO, the
MOD output is switched high to pass charge current to
the battery.
VSNSHI = 0.05 ∗ VCC ± 25mV
When used to gate an externally regulated current
source, the SNS pin is connected to VSS, and no sense
resisitor is required.
When the SNS voltage is greater than VSNSHI, the MOD
output is switched low—shutting off charging current to
the battery.
Table 2. bq2004 LED Status Display Options
Mode 1
DSEL = VSS
Mode 2
DSEL = Floating
Mode 3
DSEL = VCC
Charge Status
Battery absent
Fast charge pending or discharge-before-charge in progress
Fast charge in progress
Charge complete, top-off, and/or trickle
Charge Status
Battery absent, fast charge in progress or complete
Fast charge pending
Discharge in progress
Top-off in progress
Charge Status
Battery absent
LED1
Low
High
Low
High
LED1
Low
High
Low
High
LED1
Low
Fast charge pending or discharge-before-charge in progress
Low
Fast charge in progress
Fast charge complete, top-off, and/or trickle
Low
High
OSC
LED1
LED2
DSEL
TM1 TM2
TCO
Timing
Control
TCO
Check
TS
LTF
Check
Display
Control
VTS - VSNS
DCMD
DVEN
VBAT - VSNS
Charge Control
State Machine
A/D
SNS
EDV
Check
Discharge
Control
MOD
Control
PWR
Control
DIS
MOD
INH
MCV
Check
BAT
VCC VSS
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Figure 3. Block Diagram
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LED2
Low
High
High
Low
LED2
Low
Low
High
High
LED2
Low
1/8s high
1/8s low
High
Low
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New Charge Cycle Started by
Any One of:
Rising Edge
on DCMD
VCC Rising to Valid Level
Yes
Battery Replacement
(VCELL Falling through VMCV)
DCMD Tied to Ground?
Inhibit (INH) Released
No
VEDV < VCELL < VMCV
Charge
Pending
VCELL < VEDV
Battery Voltage?
VCELL < VEDV
VCELL > VMCV
DischargeBefore-Charge
VCELL > VMCV
VTEMP > VLTF or
VTEMP < VHTF
Pulse
Trickle
Charge
Battery Temperature?
VCELL >
VMCV
VHTF < VTEMP < VLTF*
Battery
Absent
VEDV < VCELL < VMCV
and
VHTF < VTEMP < VLTF*
Fast
Charge
Pulse
Trickle
Charge
VCELL > VMCV
- V or
T/ t or
Pulse
Trickle
Charge
VCELL <
VMCV
VTEMP < VTCO
or
Maximum Time Out
Top-Off
Selected?
t > tMCV
VCELL >
VMCV
VCELL >
VMCV
Top-Off
Charge
Yes
VTEMP < VTCO
or Maximum
Time Out
No
*VSEL = High disables LTF threshold enforcement
Charge
Complete
Pulse
Trickle
Charge
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Figure 4. State Diagram
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Absolute Maximum Ratings
Minimum
Maximum
Unit
VCC
Symbol
VCC relative to VSS
-0.3
+7.0
V
VT
DC voltage applied on any pin excluding VCC relative to VSS
-0.3
+7.0
V
TOPR
Operating ambient temperature
-20
+70
°C
TSTG
Storage temperature
-55
+125
°C
TSOLDER
Soldering temperature
-
+260
°C
TBIAS
Temperature under bias
-40
+85
°C
Note:
Parameter
VSNSHI
VSNSLO
Commercial
10 sec max.
Permanent device damage may occur if Absolute Maximum Ratings are exceeded. Functional operation should be limited to the Recommended DC Operating Conditions detailed in this data sheet. Exposure to conditions beyond the operational limits for extended periods of time may affect device reliability.
DC Thresholds
Symbol
Notes
(TA = TOPR; VCC ±10%)
Parameter
High threshold at SNS resulting in MOD = Low
Low threshold at SNS resulting in MOD = High
Rating
Tolerance
Unit
0.05 * VCC
±0.025
V
0.04 * VCC
±0.025
V
Notes
VTEMP ≥ VLTF inhibits/terminates charge
VTEMP ≤ VHTF inhibits
charge
VCELL < VEDV inhibits
fast charge
VCELL > VMCV inhibits/
terminates charge
VLTF
Low-temperature fault
0.4 * VCC
±0.030
V
VHTF
High-temperature fault
(1/4 * VLTF) + (3/4 * VTCO)
±0.030
V
VEDV
End-of-discharge voltage
0.4 * VCC
±0.030
V
VMCV
Maximum cell voltage
0.8 * VCC
±0.030
V
VTHERM
TS input change for∆T/∆t
detection
-16
±4
mV
VCC = 5V, TA = 25°C
-12
±4
mV
VCC = 5V, TA = 25°C
-6
±2
mV
VCC = 5V, TA = 25°C
-∆V
PVD
BAT input change for -∆V
detection
BAT input change for PVD
detection
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Recommended DC Operating Conditions (TA = TOPR)
Symbol
Condition
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Unit
Notes
VCC
Supply voltage
4.5
5.0
5.5
V
VBAT
Battery input
0
-
VCC
V
VCELL
BAT voltage potential
0
-
VCC
V
VTS
Thermistor input
0
-
VCC
V
VTEMP
TS voltage potential
0
-
VCC
V
VTS - VSNS
VTCO
Temperature cutoff
0.2 * VCC
-
0.4 * VCC
V
Valid ∆ T/∆ t range
Logic input high
2.0
-
-
V
DCMD, INH
Logic input high
VCC - 0.3
-
-
V
TM1, TM2, DSEL, VSEL
Logic input low
-
-
0.8
V
DCMD, INH
Logic input low
-
-
0.3
V
TM1, TM2, DSEL, VSEL
VBAT - VSNS
VIH
VIL
VOH
Logic output high
VCC - 0.8
-
-
V
DIS, MOD, LED1, LED2,
IOH ≤ -10mA
VOL
Logic output low
-
-
0.8
V
DIS, MOD, LED1, LED2,
IOL ≤ 10mA
ICC
Supply current
-
1
3
mA
Outputs unloaded
ISB
Standby current
-
-
1
µA
INH = VIL
IOH
DIS, LED1, LED2, MOD source
-10
-
-
mA
@VOH = VCC - 0.8V
IOL
DIS, LED1, LED2, MOD sink
10
-
-
mA
@VOL = VSS + 0.8V
Input leakage
-
-
±1
µA
INH, BAT, V = VSS to VCC
Input leakage
50
-
400
µA
DCMD, V = VSS to VCC
IL
IIL
Logic input low source
-
-
70
µA
TM1, TM2, DSEL, VSEL,
V = VSS to VSS + 0.3V
IIH
Logic input high source
-70
-
-
µA
TM1, TM2, DSEL, VSEL,
V = VCC - 0.3V to VCC
IIZ
Tri-state
-2
-
2
µA
TM1, TM2, DSEL, and VSEL
should be left disconnected
(floating) for Z logic input state
Note:
All voltages relative to VSS except as noted.
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Impedance
Symbol
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Unit
RBAT
Battery input impedance
50
-
-
MΩ
RTS
TS input impedance
50
-
-
MΩ
RTCO
TCO input impedance
50
-
-
MΩ
RSNS
SNS input impedance
50
-
-
MΩ
Timing
Symbol
(TA = 0 to +70°C; VCC ±10%)
Parameter
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Unit
tPW
Pulse width for DCMD
and INH pulse command
1
-
-
µs
Pulse start for charge or discharge
before charge
dFCV
Time base variation
-16
-
16
%
VCC = 4.75V to 5.25V
fREG
MOD output regulation
frequency
-
-
300
kHz
tMCV
Maximum voltage termination time limit
1
-
2
s
Note:
Typical is at TA = 25°C, VCC = 5.0V.
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Notes
Time limit to distinguish battery removed from charge complete.
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Data Sheet RevisionHistory
Change No.
Page No.
1
10
Standby current ISB
Was 5 A max; is 1 A max
2
9
VBSNSLO Rating
Was: VSNSHI - (0.01 * V CC)
Is: 0.04 * V CC
2
7
Correction in Peak Voltage Detect Termination section
Was VCELL; is VBAT
2
3
Added block diagram
Diagram insertion
2
7
Added VSEL/terminationtable
2
8
Added values to Table 3
3
7
VSEL/Termination
4
All
5
9
Corrected VHTF rating
Was: (1/3 VLTF ) + (2/3 VTCO)
Is: (1/4 VLTF ) + (3/4 VTCO)
6
9
TOPR
Deleted industrial temperature range
7
9
Corrected VHTF DC threshold
Was: (1/4 * VLTF ) + (2/3 * VTCO)
Is: (1/4 * VLTF ) + (3/4 * VTCO)
8
9
Corrected VSNSLO tolerance
Was: ±0.010
Is: ±0.025
Notes:
Description
Nature of Change
Table insertion
Top-off rate values
Low, High changed
Revised and expanded format of this data sheet
Change 1 = Apr. 1994 B “Final” changes from Dec. 1993 A “Preliminary.”
Change 2 = Sept. 1996 C changes from Apr. 1994 B.
Change 3 = April 1997 C changes from Sept. 1996 C.
Change 4 = Oct. 1997 D changes from April 1997 C.
Change 5 = Jan. 1998 E changes from Oct. 1997 D.
Change 6 = June 1999 F changes from Jan. 1998 E.
Change 7 = Feb. 2001 G changes from June 1999 F.
Change 8 = Apr. 2005 H changes from Feb. 2001 G.
Ordering Information
bq2004
Package Option:
PN = 16-pin narrow plastic DIP
SN = 16-pin narrow SOIC
Device:
bq2004 Fast-Charge IC
12
Clarification
bq2004
16-Pin DIP Narrow (PN)
16-Pin PN (0.300" DIP)
Inches
13
Millimeters
Dimension
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
A
0.160
0.180
4.06
4.57
A1
0.015
0.040
0.38
1.02
B
0.015
0.022
0.38
0.56
B1
0.055
0.065
1.40
1.65
C
0.008
0.013
0.20
0.33
D
0.740
0.770
18.80
19.56
8.26
E
0.300
0.325
7.62
E1
0.230
0.280
5.84
7.11
e
0.300
0.370
7.62
9.40
G
0.090
0.110
2.29
2.79
L
0.115
0.150
2.92
3.81
S
0.020
0.040
0.51
1.02
bq2004
16-Pin SOIC Narrow (SN)
16-Pin SN (0.150" SOIC)
Inches
D
e
B
E
H
A
C
A1
.004
L
14
Millimeters
Dimension
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
A
0.060
0.070
1.52
1.78
A1
0.004
0.010
0.10
0.25
B
0.013
0.020
0.33
0.51
C
0.007
0.010
0.18
0.25
D
0.385
0.400
9.78
10.16
E
0.150
0.160
3.81
4.06
e
0.045
0.055
1.14
1.40
H
0.225
0.245
5.72
6.22
L
0.015
0.035
0.38
0.89
PACKAGE OPTION ADDENDUM
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13-Feb-2009
PACKAGING INFORMATION
Orderable Device
Status (1)
Package
Type
Package
Drawing
Pins Package Eco Plan (2)
Qty
BQ2004PN
ACTIVE
PDIP
N
16
25
Green (RoHS &
no Sb/Br)
CU NIPDAU
N / A for Pkg Type
BQ2004PNG4
ACTIVE
PDIP
N
16
25
Green (RoHS &
no Sb/Br)
CU NIPDAU
N / A for Pkg Type
BQ2004SN
ACTIVE
SOIC
D
16
40
Green (RoHS &
no Sb/Br)
CU NIPDAU
Level-1-260C-UNLIM
BQ2004SNG4
ACTIVE
SOIC
D
16
40
Green (RoHS &
no Sb/Br)
CU NIPDAU
Level-1-260C-UNLIM
BQ2004SNTR
ACTIVE
SOIC
D
16
2500 Green (RoHS &
no Sb/Br)
CU NIPDAU
Level-1-260C-UNLIM
BQ2004SNTRG4
ACTIVE
SOIC
D
16
2500 Green (RoHS &
no Sb/Br)
CU NIPDAU
Level-1-260C-UNLIM
Lead/Ball Finish
MSL Peak Temp (3)
(1)
The marketing status values are defined as follows:
ACTIVE: Product device recommended for new designs.
LIFEBUY: TI has announced that the device will be discontinued, and a lifetime-buy period is in effect.
NRND: Not recommended for new designs. Device is in production to support existing customers, but TI does not recommend using this part in
a new design.
PREVIEW: Device has been announced but is not in production. Samples may or may not be available.
OBSOLETE: TI has discontinued the production of the device.
(2)
Eco Plan - The planned eco-friendly classification: Pb-Free (RoHS), Pb-Free (RoHS Exempt), or Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) - please check
http://www.ti.com/productcontent for the latest availability information and additional product content details.
TBD: The Pb-Free/Green conversion plan has not been defined.
Pb-Free (RoHS): TI's terms "Lead-Free" or "Pb-Free" mean semiconductor products that are compatible with the current RoHS requirements
for all 6 substances, including the requirement that lead not exceed 0.1% by weight in homogeneous materials. Where designed to be soldered
at high temperatures, TI Pb-Free products are suitable for use in specified lead-free processes.
Pb-Free (RoHS Exempt): This component has a RoHS exemption for either 1) lead-based flip-chip solder bumps used between the die and
package, or 2) lead-based die adhesive used between the die and leadframe. The component is otherwise considered Pb-Free (RoHS
compatible) as defined above.
Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br): TI defines "Green" to mean Pb-Free (RoHS compatible), and free of Bromine (Br) and Antimony (Sb) based flame
retardants (Br or Sb do not exceed 0.1% by weight in homogeneous material)
(3)
MSL, Peak Temp. -- The Moisture Sensitivity Level rating according to the JEDEC industry standard classifications, and peak solder
temperature.
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Addendum-Page 1
PACKAGE MATERIALS INFORMATION
www.ti.com
29-Jul-2008
TAPE AND REEL INFORMATION
*All dimensions are nominal
Device
BQ2004SNTR
Package Package Pins
Type Drawing
SOIC
D
16
SPQ
Reel
Reel
Diameter Width
(mm) W1 (mm)
2500
330.0
16.4
Pack Materials-Page 1
A0 (mm)
B0 (mm)
K0 (mm)
P1
(mm)
6.5
10.3
2.1
8.0
W
Pin1
(mm) Quadrant
16.0
Q1
PACKAGE MATERIALS INFORMATION
www.ti.com
29-Jul-2008
*All dimensions are nominal
Device
Package Type
Package Drawing
Pins
SPQ
Length (mm)
Width (mm)
Height (mm)
BQ2004SNTR
SOIC
D
16
2500
346.0
346.0
33.0
Pack Materials-Page 2
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