The ISL70321SEHDEMO1Z is a Small Form Factor (SFF) board suitable for integrating onto an existing circuit board or onto a prototype system circuit. The demonstration board provides up to four sequencing events for Point-of-Load (POL) regulators powering multi-rail loads.
The ISL70321SEHDEMO1Z provides access to the IC pins for integration along with a minimum of external passives to provide decoupling, a 2:1 resistive divider on the four VM inputs, pull-ups, and the timers set to 2ms and 4ms for the delay and power-good durations, respectively.
- Small, compact design
- Easy to integrate into an existing circuit
- Highly customizable
- Power sequencing for multi-rail devices such as FPGAs, DSPs, and communications ICs
- Power management of high-density distributed power systems and RF applications
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