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Two MOSFET are used to realize both the charge and discharge functions.
To realize both the charge and discharge functions, two MOSFET are used as shown in Fig. 1.
The case of only one MOSFET is used as shown in Fig. 2., even if the MOSFET is turned off, reverse current of MOSFET flow through the body diode in discharge of Lithium-ion secondary battery.
This case will not be a function as a charge-discharge switch.
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