The ISL55110 and ISL55111 are intended for applications requiring accurate pulse generation and buffering. Target applications include ultrasound, CCD imaging, piezoelectric distance sensing and clock generation circuits.
With a wide output voltage range and low ON-resistance, these devices can drive a variety of resistive and capacitive loads with fast rise and fall times, allowing high-speed operation with low skew, as required in large CCD array imaging applications.
- Scope Probe Connections
- BNC Connections
- Power Down Feature
- 5V to 12V pulse amplitude
- High current drive 3.5A
- 6ns minimum pulse width
- 1.5ns rise and fall times, 100pF load
- Low skew
- 3.3V and 5V logic compatible
- In-phase (ISL55110) and anti-phase outputs (ISL55111)
- Ultrasound MOSFET driver
- CCD array horizontal driver
- Clock driver circuits
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