Micropower Voltage Reference Eval Boards


The ISL21010xxEV1Z evaluation boards are designed to measure the performance of the low dropout voltage ISL21010 voltage reference. The reference comes in a wide selection of output voltages ranging from 1.024V to 4.096V, and an initial accuracy of 0.2%. With a typical temperature coefficient of 15ppm/°C and 25mA output current source capability, the ISL21010 family is ideal for general purpose industrial applications.

The evaluation board includes voltage input test points (VIN and GND) for a power supply input, as well as a pair of test points for the output (VOUT and GND). Additionally, a jumperable R-C damper network can be connected to VOUT (J1), and R2 accepts surface mount or through hole style resistors for the output load testing.


  • 10μF bypass capacitor
  • 0.1μF bypass capacitor
  • 0.22µF load capacitor
  • 10µF damper capacitor
  • 2.21kΩ damper resistor
  • DNP optional load resistor
  • ISL21010 voltage reference
  • DNP damper jumper


  • Battery management/monitoring
  • Low power standby voltages
  • Portable instrumentation
  • Consumer/Medical electronics
  • Lower cost industrial and instrumentation
  • Power regulation circuits
  • Control loops and compensation networks
  • LED/Diode supply

ISL21010xxEV1Z Voltage Reference Eval Board

ISL21010xxEV1Z Voltage Reference Evaluation Board



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