Use higher voltage to power up DA14531 module

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robelhk
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Use higher voltage to power up DA14531 module

Hi Dialog Semiconductor,

I am planning to use Polymer Lithium-Ion Battery with 3.7 V to power up the DA14531 module for buck mode operation. Will it be ok? or do I have to stay within the 3.3 V limit?

 

 

 

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Hi robelhk,

Hi robelhk,

Thanks for your question. Please see DA14531 Module Datasheet and table Table 2: Absolute Maximum Ratings. The max battery supply on the VBAT is up to 3.6V. Acco4rdin to Table 3: Recommended Operating Conditions, the recommended voltage on the VBAT is 3.3V.

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We have been using this for

We have been using this for several weeks now and it seems to be going nicely.

 

 

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robelhk
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You mean 3.7 V battery? Any

You mean 3.7 V battery? Any specific battery you are using?

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Hi robelhk,

Hi robelhk,

According to the DA14531MOD datasheet the max supply on the VBAT is 3.6V – please see me previous comment.

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