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Linear Technology's LTM8061 and LTM8062 µModule battery chargers

10/6/2010 12:32 PM EDT
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re: Linear Technology's LTM8061 and LTM8062 µModule battery chargers
NPSi720   10/16/2010 6:08:17 AM
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re: Linear Technology's LTM8061 and LTM8062 µModule battery chargers
t.alex   10/11/2010 3:12:53 PM
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With this price, what kind of application is this IC targeted at?

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GREAT-Terry   10/11/2010 12:19:25 PM
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I would say this part is not targeted for simple cell phone charger. People can easily build a charge with BOM cost lower than $4 but this module idea can help reducing the board space and improve the reliability. I think that's the rationale behind such module approach.

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re: Linear Technology's LTM8061 and LTM8062 µModule battery chargers
agk   10/8/2010 10:41:01 AM
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This has good spec.The cost is on the highest side. A charger a basic cell phone with batteries are availble for about $25 the charger IC costs $9!

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