The ISL71001MEVAL1Z board evaluates the the ISL71001M. The ISL71001M is a plastic packaged, radiation tolerant, high efficiency, monolithic synchronous buck regulator with integrated MOSFETs. This single-chip power solution operates over an input voltage range of 3V to 5.5V and provides a tightly regulated output voltage that is externally adjustable from 0.8V to ~85% of the input voltage.
- Easy to use design
- 95% efficiency for 5V VINto 3.3V VOUT
- Demonstrating lightweight plastic package POL
- External frequency sync input
- PGOOD indicator
- OCP, OVP, UVP protection
- FPGA, CPLD, DSP, CPU Core, or I/O voltages
- Low-voltage, high-density distributed power systems
- Low Earth Orbit (LEO) applications
- High altitude avionics
- Launch vehicles
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