MAX14632EZK+T

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Description

USB ADAPTER EMULATOR -40 TO 85DEG C
The MAX14630/MAX14632 are USB adapter emulators with automatic host charger identification circuitry for USB dedicated chargers. The devices allow USB wall adapters, travel chargers, and other dedicated chargers to identify themselves as a USB dedicated charger to USB devices, an Apple charger to Apple products, and a Samsung Galaxy dedicated charger port to legacy D+/D- short detection devices that use the D+ pullup of the USB transceiver. The devices feature a control input that allows for charger mode selection. The MAX14630 supports both Apple 2A and USB Battery Charger (BC) revision 1.2 specification compliant devices in Autodetection 2A mode and Samsung Galaxy Tablet 2A devices in SS 2A mode. The MAX14632 supports Autodetection 2A mode as well as Autodetection 1A mode for compatibility with most Apple and USB BC compliant devices. The devices are available in a 5-pin (2.9mm x 1.6mm) TSOT package and are specified over the -40NC to +85NC extended temperature range.

Specifications

Battery Type:
-
Input Voltage:
5V
Battery Charge Voltage:
-
Charge Current Max:
2A
Battery IC Case Style:
TSOT
No. of Pins:
5Pins
No. of Series Cells:
-
Operating Temperature Min:
-40°C
Operating Temperature Max:
85°C
Product Range:
-
MSL:
MSL 1 - Unlimited
SVHC:
No SVHC (15-Jan-2018)

Alternate Descriptions

Avnet America

USB Charger Adapter Emulator 5-Pin TSOT23 T/R

Avnet America product

Avnet Europe

USB Charger Adapter Emulator 5-Pin TSOT23 T/R

Avnet Europe product

Avnet Asia

USB Charger Adapter Emulator 5-Pin TSOT23 T/R

Avnet Asia product

Future Electronics

USB Host Adaptor Emulator for Dedicated Charger with Optional 1A Autodetection M