The ISL62884CEVAL2Z evaluation board is used to demonstrate the performance of the ISL62884C single-phase synchronous buck PWM VCORE controller, implementing the Intel® IMVP-6™ protocol. The ISL62884C features Renesas' Robust Ripple Regulator (R3™) technology. An on-board dynamic-load generator is included for evaluating the transient-load response. It applies a 300µs pulse of approximately 0.25Ω load across VO and PGND.
- Precision core voltage regulation
- Voltage identification input
- Supports multiple current sensing methods
- Superior noise immunity and transient response
- Current monitor
- Differential remote voltage sensing
- High efficiency across the entire load range
- Integrated gate driver
- Adaptive body diode conduction time reduction
- User-selectable overshoot reduction function
- Notebook core voltage regulator
- Notebook GPU voltage regulator
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