ISL6236EVAL1, ISL6236EVAL2

High-Efficiency, Quad-Output, Main Power Supply Controllers Evaluation Boards

Description

The ISL6236EVAL1 and ISL6236EVAL2 boards evaluate the ISL6236 high-efficiency, quad-output, main power supply controllers for notebook computers. As notebook computer and battery-powered equipment complexity increases, higher levels of power management integration are required to meet market demands. To respond to the dynamic needs of its customers, Intersil introduces the quad outputs, multi-function power supply controller ISL6236. Its two fully programmable switch-mode power supplies (SPMS), one programmable and one fixed LDO outputs provide a robust power management solution for an extremely wide range of applications. In addition, the ISL6236EVAL1 includes an optional 14V charge pump.

Key Features

  • Two fully programmable switch-mode power supplies (SPMS)
  • One programmable and one fixed LDO outputs
  • Optional 14V charge pump (ISL6236EVAL1)

Applications

  • Notebook and Sub-Notebook Computers
  • PDAs and Mobile Communication Devices
  • 3-Cell and 4-Cell Li+ Battery-Powered Devices
  • DDR1, DDR2 and DDR3 Power Supplies
  • Graphic Cards
  • Game Consoles
  • Telecommunications

ISL6236EVAL1 Power Supply Controller Eval Board

ISL6236EVAL1 Power Supply Controller Eval Board

ISL6236EVAL2 Power Supply Controller Eval Board

ISL6236EVAL2 Power Supply Controller Eval Board

Related Products

ISL6236

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