Li-ion/Li-Polymer Battery Charger Evaluation Boards


The ISL6292EVAL1Z and ISL6292EVAL2Z are complete platforms for the ISL6292 Li-ion/Li-polymer battery charger. The on board 9-bit DIP switch facilitates programming charging current, setting EN input, temperature monitoring status, and so on. The four jumpers can set up input source selection, USB mode selection, and can be used to make other necessary connections.

The ISL6292EVAL1Z board is intended to provide an evaluation platform for the 3mm x 3mm DFN ISL6292 package, the single-cell Li-ion battery charger


  • Complete charger for single-cell Li-ion batteries
  • Very low thermal dissipation
  • Integrated pass element and current sensor
  • No external blocking diode required
  • 1% voltage accuracy
  • Programmable current limit up to 2A
  • Programmable end-of-charge current
  • Charge current thermal foldback
  • NTC thermistor interface for battery temperature monitor
  • Accepts multiple types of adapters or USB bus power
  • Guaranteed to operate at 2.65V after start-up
  • Ambient temperature range: -20 °C to +70 °C
  • Thermally-enhanced QFN packages


  • Handheld devices, including medical handhelds
  • PDAs, cell phones and smart phones
  • Portable instruments, MP3 players
  • Self-charging battery packs
  • Stand-alone chargers
  • USB bus-poweredchargers
  • The ISL78692 Li-ion/Li-polymer battery charger is the AEC-Q100 qualified automotive version of the ISL6292-1CR3Z

ISL6292EVAL1Z Automotive Battery Charger Eval Board

ISL6292EVAL1Z Automotive Battery Charger Eval Board





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