The ISL80101EVAL2Z, ISL80102EVAL2Z and ISL80103EVAL2Z provide a simple platform to evaluate performance of the ISL80101, ISL80102 and ISL80103 1A/2A/3A LDOs for industrial and infrastructure applications. It comes with the adjustable output version of the IC. Jumpers are provided to easily set popular output voltages. Fixed output versions are sampled in the accompanying kit.
The ISL80101-ADJ is thwe recommended replacement for the ISL80101.
- Very fast load transient response
- ±1.8% guaranteed VOUT accuracy over line, load and temperature
- 1A, 2A or 3A output current ratings
- Adjustable in-rush current limiting
- Power-good output feature
- Short-circuit and over-temperature protection
- Telecommunications and networking
- Medical equipment
- Instrumentation systems
- Routers and switchers
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