Description

The ISL55110EVAL1Z, ISL55111EVAL1Z (TSSOP) and ISL55110EVAL1Z, ISL55111EVAL1Z (QFN) boards have similar functions and evaluate the ISL55110 and ISL55111 dual, high speed MOSFET drivers.

The ISL55110 and ISL55111 are intended for applications requiring accurate pulse generation and buffering. Target applications include ultrasound, CCD imaging, piezoelectric distance sensing and clock generation circuits.

With a wide output voltage range and low ON-resistance, these devices can drive a variety of resistive and capacitive loads with fast rise and fall times, allowing high-speed operation with low skew, as required in large CCD array imaging applications.

Key Features

  • Scope Probe Connections
  • BNC Connections
  • Power Down Feature
  • 5V to 12V pulse amplitude
  • High current drive 3.5A
  • 6ns minimum pulse width
  • 1.5ns rise and fall times, 100pF load
  • Low skew
  • 3.3V and 5V logic compatible
  • In-phase (ISL55110) and anti-phase outputs (ISL55111)

Applications

  • Ultrasound MOSFET driver
  • CCD array horizontal driver
  • Clock driver circuits

ISL55110EVAL1Z MOSFET Driver TSSOP Eval Board

ISL55110EVAL1Z MOSFET Driver TSSOP Eval Board

ISL55110EVAL2Z MOSFET Driver QFN Eval Board

ISL55110EVAL2Z MOSFET Driver QFN Eval Board

Related Products

ISL55110

ISL55111

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