The ISL62381LOEVAL1Z, ISL62381HIEVAL1Z, ISL62382LOEVAL1Z and ISL62382HIEVAL1Z evaluation boards are used to demonstrate the performance of ISL62381 and ISL62382 quad-output controllers. The ISL62381 and ISL62382 controller include two pulse-width modulation (PWM) controllers featured with Renesas' patented R3 technology, adjustable from 0.6V to 5.5V, and two linear regulators, LDO5 and LDO3, that generate a fixed 5V and an adjustable output respectively.
Four different evaluation boards provide flexible evaluation options:
- Two independent enable switches
- Two LED power-good (PGOOD) indicators
- Multiple test points
- Included with each switching channel is an on-board dynamic load generator for evaluating the transient-load response
- 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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