The ISL85413DEMO1Z and ISL85412DEMO1Z demonstration kits are intended for use in point-of-load (POL) applications sourcing from 3.5V to 40V. The kits are used to demonstrate the performance of the ISL85413 and ISL85412 wide VIN, low quiescent current, high efficiency, synchronous buck regulators with 300mA (ISL85413) and 150mA (ISL85412) output currents.
ISL85413EVAL1Z and ISL85412EVAL1Z evaluation boards are also available.
- Small, compact design
- Switch selectable EN (enable/disabled)
- Switch selectable mode (auto PFM/forced PWM)
- Connectors, test points and jumpers for easy probing
- Industrial control
- Medical devices
- Portable instrumentation
- Distributed power supplies
- Cloud infrastructure
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