The NBM5100A/B evaluation board enables the evaluation of Nexperia battery booster products, which are integrated circuits intended to expand the lifetime and current capability of primary batteries (such as coin cell or Lithium Thionyl batteries).

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Mastering thermal management: how to keep reverse-biased diodes thermally stable

Read this to find out about: 

  • The risk of thermal runaway when diodes operate in reverse bias
  • The factors which affect a diode’s susceptibility to thermal runaway
  • A comparison of various diode technologies’ thermal stability in reverse-bias conditions

The NEH2000BY evaluation board enables designers to evaluate and test the NEH2000BY energy-harvesting PMIC’s performance and features. Its small form factor enables easy integration into prototype designs. 

The evaluation board is available in two variants: 

  • NEH2000BY-3V5 for use with lithium iron phosphate (LiFe) rechargeable batteries
  • NEH2000BY-4V2 for use with lithium-ion and lithium-ion polymer (LiPo) rechargeable batteries 

Users of the evaluation board also need a photovoltaic cell, rechargeable battery, and multimeter.

Energy-harvesting PMIC provides complete power solution for low-voltage devices

The Nexperia NEH2000BY includes software for maximizing the power harvested from photovoltaic cells. Fully integrated including a boost dc-dc converter, the NEH2000BY simplifies the design of energy-harvesting systems, and saves space and BoM cost.

How to select power MOSFETs for battery-powered BLDC motor drives

Nexperia supplies a wide range of MOSFETs in space-saving package options. This Design Note examines the key product specifications that affect a MOSFET’s performance in a low-voltage BLDC motor drive.