The board accepts a 3.3V input from a standard power supply. The output can be exercised through the use of an external load. There are posts available on the board for introducing power to the board and for drawing current from the regulated output. Two probe points are also available, which provide kelvin connections to CPVOUT (TP1) and CT1 (P6).
- Operates from 3.3V/5V Input
- 0.8V to VIN Output Range
- Simple Single-Loop Control Design
- Fast Transient Response
- Lossless, Programmable Overcurrent Protection
- Programmable Switching Frequency 100kHz to 700kHz
- External Frequency Synchronization
- Internal Soft-Start
- 3V/5V DC/DC Converter Modules
- Distributed DC/DC 3.3V, 2.5V and 1.8V Power Architectures for DSP, Logic, and Memory
- Power Supplies for Microprocessors
- Embedded Controllers
- Memory Supplies
- Personal Computer Peripherals
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