The ISL62386HIEVAL1Z and ISL62386LOEVAL1Z evaluation boards are used to demonstrate the performance of the ISL62386 quad-output voltage controller. The ISL62386 includes two pulse-width modulated (PWM) controllers featuring Renesas' patented R3™ technology and two linear regulators, LDO5 and LDO3. The PWM controllers are adjustable from 0.6V to 5.5V, and the LDOs generate fixed 5V and 3.3V outputs respectively.
The evaluation board includes independent enable switches, one LED power-good (PGOOD) indicator and numerous test points. Included with each switching channel is an on-board dynamic load generator for evaluating the transient-load response. There are two variations of the evaluation boards to provide flexible evaluation options.
- Notebook and sub-notebook computers
- PDAs and mobile communication devices
- 3-cell and 4-cell Li+ battery-powered devices
- General purpose switching buck regulators
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