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Trevor Barcelo - Product Line Manager - Battery Management


Trevor Barcelo has over 15 years of experience at Linear Technology as an analog IC design engineer, design manager and product line manager. He began his career at Linear Technology’s headquarters in Milpitas, CA by designing the LTC1733 Lithium-ion battery charger. After moving to the company’s Boston Design Center, he continued designing battery chargers and USB power managers including the LTC4053LTC4066 and LTC4089. He holds five patents related to power management. He currently defines battery charging, power management and wireless power products while managing a team of design engineers developing those products.

Trevor received an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and a B.A. in Physics from Harvard University.


Type Title Date ▴
LT Journal Multi-Chemistry Battery Charger Supports Maximum Power Point Tracking for Solar Panels Apr 19th, 2017
Video Multi-chemistry Battery Charger Provides Battery Health and Power System Monitoring Jul 6th, 2015
Blog Techniques to Maximize Solar Panel Power Output Feb 3rd, 2014
Video Wireless Power Receiver Enables Compact and Efficient Contactless Battery Charging Dec 30th, 2013
Blog Frequently Asked Questions: Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) & LTC4120 Oct 31st, 2013
Blog What to Do If You Can’t Find a Battery Charger IC for Your Application Jun 25th, 2013
Blog Energy Harvesting with Low Power Solar Panels Feb 4th, 2013
Application Note AN138 - Wireless Power User Guide Dec 1st, 2012
LT Journal Sep 2003 Complete USB Solution Provides PowerPath Control and Input Current Limiting while Charging a Li-Ion Battery Sep 1st, 2003
LT Journal May 2002 LTC1733: Thermal Regulation Maximizes Lithium-Ion Battery Charging Rate Without Risk of Overheating May 1st, 2002