The ISL95853A, fully compliant with Intel IMVP8™ specifications, provides a complete solution for microprocessor core power supply. It also provides a Voltage Regulator (VR) with two integrated and one external gate drivers. The VR can be configured as 3-, 2- or 1-phase, providing maximum flexibility. The VR uses the serial control bus (SVID) to communicate with the CPU and achieves lower cost and smaller board area. Based on Intersil’s Robust Ripple Regulator (R3™) technology, the PWM modulator compared to traditional modulators, has faster transient settling time, variable switching frequency during load transients and has improved light-load efficiency with its ability to automatically change switching frequency. The ISL95853A has several other key features. The output supports DCR current sensing with single NTC thermistor for DCR temperature compensation or accurate resistor current sensing. The output comes with remote voltage sense, programmable VBOOT voltage, programmable ICCMAX, programmable voltage transition slew rate, adjustable switching frequency, overcurrent protection and power-good output.

Features

  • Serial data bus
  • Output configurable 3-, 2- or 1-phase using two integrated gate drivers
  • Precision core voltage regulation
  • 0.5% system accuracy over temperature
  • Enhanced load line accuracy
  • Supports multiple current sensing methods
  • Lossless inductor DCR current sensing
  • Precision resistor current sensing
  • Differential remote voltage sensing
  • Programmable VBOOT voltage at start-up
  • Resistor programmable ICCMAX and voltage transition slew rate
  • Adaptive body diode conduction time reduction
  • System input power monitor

Product Options

Orderable Part ID Part Status Pkg. Type Carrier Type MOQ Buy Sample
Active QFN Tube 750
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Active QFN Reel 6000
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Active QFN Reel 6000
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Documentation & Downloads

Title Other Languages Type Format File Size Date
Datasheets & Errata
ISL95853A Data Short Short Form Datasheet PDF 188 KB
Application Notes & White Papers
Five Easy Steps to Create a Multi-Load Power Solution White Paper PDF 846 KB
AN1684: Nonideality of Ground Application Note PDF 397 KB
AN1681: Grounding Techniques Application Note PDF 509 KB