Advanced Single Universal PWM Controller Sepic Converter Evaluation Board


ISL8130EV1Z is a sepic converter, which features the universal PWM controller, ISL8130. The evaluation board delivers 10V output at 2A. All the necessary components are within the 1.78” x 1.24” PCB area.

The ISL8130 is designed to drive N-Channel MOSFETs in a synchronous rectified buck topology for up to 25A instant MOSFET current and can be configured for boost, buck/boost and sepic converters as well. The ISL8130 integrates control, output adjustment, monitoring and protection functions into a single package. The ISL8130 provides simple, voltage mode control with fast transient response.

Key Features

  • Operates From:
    • 4.5V to 5.5V Input for 5V Input
    • 5.5V to 16V Input
  • Resistor-Selectable Switching Frequency from 100kHz to 1.4MHz
  • Voltage Margining and External Reference Tracking Modes
  • Kelvin Current Sensing
    • Upper MOSFET rDS(ON) for Current Sensing for Buck and Buck/Boost Converter
    • Precision Resistor for Boost and Sepic Converter
  • Extensive Protection Functions:
    • Overvoltage, Overcurrent, Undervoltage
  • Power-Good Indicator


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ISL8130EVAL3Z PWM Controller Eval Board

ISL8130EVAL3Z PWM Controller Eval Board

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