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Ny batterimonitor og 'balancer' baner vejen for ASIL-D kompatible køretøjer

Ny batterimonitor og 'balancer' baner vejen for ASIL-D kompatible køretøjer

Ny højpræcisions batterimonitor og 'balancer' fra Texas Instruments forbedrer ydelsen af såvel trådløse som kablelforbudne batteri management systemer (in english).

Texas Instruments (TI) has introduced a new automotive battery monitor and balancer that reports high-accuracy voltage measurements in systems up to 800 V. In addition, the BQ79616-Q1 streamlines Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL) D compliance in hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) and electric vehicles (EVs).

Filtering system-level noise to accurately measure battery-cell voltage and temperature and reliably reporting this information to the microcontroller (MCU) are key design challenges for automotive manufacturers. The BQ79616-Q1 addresses both of these challenges to help engineers achieve battery safety goals and maximise distance per charge in wired and wireless battery management systems.


The BQ79616-Q1 battery monitor and balancer is the industry’s first to include a patented wake-up-at-fault feature. When paired with the BQ79600-Q1 SPI/UART communication interface, it enables total system shutdown when the vehicle is parked or turned off. This helps design engineers conserve battery power, improve cell balancing and support safety requirements. 

Maximise driving range with high-accuracy battery monitors and balancers

The BQ79616-Q1 is the first in a next-generation family of TI battery monitors and balancers to support high-accuracy monitoring for a broad spectrum of battery chemistries, including lithium-iron phosphate (LiFePO4).

This enables automotive manufacturers to more precisely measure battery state-of-charge and state-of-health, thereby reducing cost. The BQ79616-Q1’s integrated digital low-pass filter and high-precision analog-to-digital converter optimise signal measurement accuracy, delivering cell-voltage measurements with less than 2 mV of error.

Streamline ASIL D certification with the industry’s fastest diagnostics

TI’s new monitor and balancer meets component-level requirements of ISO 26262, supporting ASIL D compliance for voltage measurement, temperature measurement and communication – dramatically reducing bill of materials (BOM) and software overhead. With the industry’s fastest time in diagnosing battery failures, 100 ms in 400-V systems, the BQ79616-Q1 enables greater system reliability and battery safety.

The BQ79616-Q1 offers robust electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) performance to withstand the harsh, noisy environments of HEVs and EVs without compromising the reliability of daisy-chain communication. In addition, the device’s pin rating enables it to withstand high-voltage transients and hot-plug events, and it incorporates autonomous cell balancing to simplify thermal management. 

Scale battery designs to reduce cost and time to market

TI’s new family of monitors and balancers offers multiple channel options in the same package, providing pin-to-pin compatibility and 100% reuse of established software. Further, the BQ79616-Q1 integrates bus-bar measurement, enabling engineers to maximise channel usage across various combinations of battery module sizes. Combining the BQ79616-Q1 with the BQ79600-Q1, engineers can design their battery management system in a closed-loop configuration with only one communication interface to further reduce component count.

Package, availability and pricing

The 16-channel BQ79616-Q1 is available now for purchase in volume on TI.com in a 10-mm-by-10-mm, 64-pin thermally enhanced thin quad flat package (HTQFP), priced at US$6.90 in 1,000-unit quantities. The BQ79616-Q1EVM evaluation module is available on TI.com for US$399.00. The BQ79600-Q1 is available in volume production on TI.com in a 16-pin thin shrink small-outline package (TSSOP). Pricing starts at US$4.00 in 1,000-unit quantities. Multiple payment and shipping options are available on TI.com. New 12-channel and 14-channel battery monitors and balancers are expected to be available in the first quarter of 2021
11/1 2021