The ISL9113ER7Z-EVZ (DFN) and ISL9113ERAZ-EVZ (WLCSP) evaluation boards are used to evaluate the ISL9113 low input voltage and high-efficiency synchronous boost converter. The ISL9113 provides a power supply solution for devices powered by 3-cell alkaline, NiCd, NiMH, or 1-cell Li-ion/Li-polymer batteries. The device uses Renesas' proprietary boost algorithm to maintain voltage regulation when the input voltage is very low.
- Small, compact design
- Jumper selectable EN (enabled/disabled)
- On-board LED fault indication (for ISL9113ER7Z-EVZ)
- Connectors, test points and jumpers for easy probing
- Products including portable HDMI and USB On-the-Go (USB-OTG)
- Tablet and mobile internet devices
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