Description

The ISL6271AEVAL1 evaluation board provides a means to explore and validate the functional capabilities of the ISL6271A XScale regulator. The ISL6271A is a power management integrated circuit (PMIC) designed to provide the low-voltage requirements for the Bulverde XScale processor.

The ISL6271A is a versatile power management IC (PMIC) designed for the Xscale type of processors. The device integrates three regulators, two fault indicators and an I2C bus for communication with a host microprocessor. Two of the three regulators function as low power, low drop out regulators, designed to power SRAM and phase-lock loop circuitry internal to the Xscale processor. The third regulator uses a proprietary switch-mode topology to power the processor core and facilitate Dynamic Voltage Management (DVM), as defined by Intel.

Key Features

  • Intuitive layout flow with strapping options
  • Left-to-right flow of input-to-output
  • LED indicator functions
  • Transient load-generator
  • Cabling is provided
  • Core regulator output controlled by externally connected I2C interface module (provided) or on-board static VID switches

Applications

  • PDA
  • Cell Phone
  • Tablet Devices
  • Embedded Processors

ISL6271AEVAL1 Integrated XScale Regulator Eval Board

ISL6271AEVAL1 Integrated XScale Regulator Eval Board

Related Products

ISL6271A

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