Shared Power Bank Block Diagram

Document created by Juan Rodarte Employee on Nov 15, 2019Last modified by Juan Rodarte Employee on Nov 20, 2019
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Description

 

A shared power bank is the sharing economy business model (which has been booming in in recent years). A shared power bank is an publicly accessible charging station, which provides power bank to customers.

 

A common scenario would be a customer running low on battery on their mobile phone. Using a smartphone app they would locate a nearby charging station, for instance in a cafe. Each station has either six or twelve rechargeable batteries, which can be taken out of the box and connected to an iOS or Android device.

 

Features

 

  • Smartphone app to indicate where a nearby charging station is located
  • Each station has either six or twelve rechargeable batteries

 

Block Diagram

 

 

Products

 

 

Category Name 1:

MCU

Product URL 1

Arm Cortex-M4|Kinetis K22 100 MHz 32-bit USB MCUs | NXP 

Product Description 1

The Kinetis K22 offers analog, communication, timing and control peripherals to meet diverse requirements

 

Category Name 2:

Bluetooth

Product URL 1

QN908x: Ultra-Low-Power Bluetooth Low Energy System on Chip (SoC) Solution | NXP 

Product Description 1

QN908x integrates a Bluetooth Low-Energy radio, controller, protocol stack and profile software on a single chip, providing a flexible and easy to use Bluetooth Low Energy SoC solution.

 

Category Name 3:

Peripherals

Product URL 1

PCA9535A | NXP 

Product Description 1

The PCA9535A is a low-voltage 16-bit General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) expander with interrupt and reset for I²C-bus/SMBus applications.

 

 

Tools

 

ProductLink
FRDM-K22F: NXP Freedom Development Platform for Kinetis K22 MCUsFRDM-K22F|NXP Development Platform|Kinetis MCU | NXP 
QN9080DK: A highly extensible platform for application development of QN908xQN9080DK: A highly extensible platform for application development of QN908x | NXP 

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