The ZL2102DEMO1Z is an innovative power conversion and management IC that combines an integrated synchronous step-down DC/DC converter with key power and fault management functions in small package, resulting in a flexible and integrated solution.
The ZL2102DEMO1Z platform allows quick evaluation of the highly configurable ZL2102's performance and features in either stand-alone mode or via the SMBus™ interface using Renesas’ PowerNavigator GUI software.
- Small, compact design
- SMBus™ control interface
- VIN range of 7.5V to 14V
- VOUT adjustable from 0.6 V to 3.6 V
- Convenient power connection
- Onboard enable switch
- Power-good indicator
- Interconnectivity with other Renesas demo boards
- Servers/storage equipment
- Telecom/datacom equipment
- Power supplies (memory, DSP, ASIC, FPGA)
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