The ISL9440EVAL2Z evaluation board features the ISL9440 triple, 180° out-of-phase, step-down PWM and single linear controller. The ISL9440 is a quad-output controller that integrates three PWM synchronous buck controllers and one low-dropout linear regulator controller. The ISL9440 offers internal soft-start, independent enable functions and integrates UV/OV/OC/OT protections. Its current mode control architecture and internal compensation network keep peripheral component count minimal. A switching frequency of 300kHz minimizes losses while the strong gate drivers deliver up to 12A to each PWM channel.
- DC/DC, step-down with LDO
- Current - output: 6A, 6A, 4A, 800mA
- Switching frequency: 300kHz
- Soft-start timing: 1.7ms
- Outputs/Type: 4, non-isolated
- Voltage - input: 6V to 16V
- Satellite and cable set-top boxes
- Cable modems
- VoX gateway devices
- NAS/SAN devices
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