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Key components from TI's Qi compliant wireless power reference design kits: transmitter-manager bq500210EVM-689 and receiver kit bq51013AEVM-765
Learn more at www.element14.com/wireless-power-solution
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BQ500211 Package: RGZ (S-PVQFN-N48)
BQ500210 Package: RGZ (S-PVQFN-N48)
BQ51013A Package: RHL (R-PVQFN-N20)
Uploaded on 06.09.2012 By TI
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