ZL8800-2PH-DEMO1Z

Dual Phase DC/DC Digital Controller Demonstration Board

Description

The ZL8800 is a digital power conversion and management IC that combines an efficient step-down DC/DC converter with key power and thermal management functions in a single package. The ZL8800 incorporates compensation-free ChargeMode control to achieve single-cycle transient response.

The ZL8800-2PH-DEMO1Z demonstration board is a 6-layer board demonstrating a 2 phase 60A synchronous buck converter. Sequencing, margining, plus other features can be evaluated using this demonstration board.

ZL8800-2CH-DEMO1Z dual channel DC/DC digital controller demo board also available.

Key Features

  • 2 Phase 60A synchronous buck converter with compensation-free ChargeMode control
  • Designed to be easy to use and modify. Optimized for small circuit footprint and dynamic response
  • Configurable through PMBus
  • VIN range of 4.5V to 14V, VOUT adjustable from 0.54 to 5.5V
  • Enable switches and power-good indicators

Applications

  • Servers/storage equipment
  • Telecom/datacom equipment
  • Power supplies (memory, DSP, ASIC, FPGA)

ZL8800-2PH-DEMO1Z DC/DC Digital Controller Demo Board

ZL8800-2PH-DEMO1Z DC/DC Digital Controller Demo Board

Related Products

ZL8800

Related Videos

1:40
Identifying the differences between the ZL8800 and ZL8801 dual phase PMBus™ ChargeMode™ control DC/DC digital controllers.
5:08
The ZL8800 with ChargeMode control loop technology provides full telemetry and superior stability.
4:54
Learn how Renesas' proprietary ChargeMode digital control loop delivers superior stability, eliminating the need for any compensation.
4:07
Understanding how the ZL8800 measures input current and how it can monitor the efficiency of a two-phase device.
10:55
See how the ZL8800 provides continuous, output current measurements without any additional components.
7:21
This video provides an overview of how the ZL8800 works, and how its unique design enables responding to transients in a single cycle.
2:33
Learn about the different types of fault protections available with the ZL8800 digital controller.
2:45
Learn how to set up voltage monitoring along with warning and fault levels for both overvoltage and undervoltage through PMBus.
2:36
Learn how the ZL800's ADC monitors the entire output current waveform.
1:39
See how the ZL8800 can immediately respond to overvoltage and undervoltage events.
1:40
Identifying the differences between the ZL8800 and ZL8801 dual phase PMBus™ ChargeMode™ control DC/DC digital controllers.
5:08
The ZL8800 with ChargeMode control loop technology provides full telemetry and superior stability.
4:54
Learn how Renesas' proprietary ChargeMode digital control loop delivers superior stability, eliminating the need for any compensation.
4:07
Understanding how the ZL8800 measures input current and how it can monitor the efficiency of a two-phase device.
10:55
See how the ZL8800 provides continuous, output current measurements without any additional components.
7:21
This video provides an overview of how the ZL8800 works, and how its unique design enables responding to transients in a single cycle.
2:33
Learn about the different types of fault protections available with the ZL8800 digital controller.
2:45
Learn how to set up voltage monitoring along with warning and fault levels for both overvoltage and undervoltage through PMBus.
2:36
Learn how the ZL800's ADC monitors the entire output current waveform.
1:39
See how the ZL8800 can immediately respond to overvoltage and undervoltage events.
1:40
Identifying the differences between the ZL8800 and ZL8801 dual phase PMBus™ ChargeMode™ control DC/DC digital controllers.
5:08
The ZL8800 with ChargeMode control loop technology provides full telemetry and superior stability.
4:54
Learn how Renesas' proprietary ChargeMode digital control loop delivers superior stability, eliminating the need for any compensation.
4:07
Understanding how the ZL8800 measures input current and how it can monitor the efficiency of a two-phase device.
10:55
See how the ZL8800 provides continuous, output current measurements without any additional components.
7:21
This video provides an overview of how the ZL8800 works, and how its unique design enables responding to transients in a single cycle.
2:33
Learn about the different types of fault protections available with the ZL8800 digital controller.
2:45
Learn how to set up voltage monitoring along with warning and fault levels for both overvoltage and undervoltage through PMBus.
2:36
Learn how the ZL800's ADC monitors the entire output current waveform.
1:39
See how the ZL8800 can immediately respond to overvoltage and undervoltage events.

Tool Information

Tools Orderable Part Number (s) Production Status Manufacturer Suggested Single Tool Price Description Distributor Stock Distributors Distributor Purchase
ZL8800-2PH-DEMO1Z Mass Production Renesas $158.00 0 Contato Distribuidor

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