ISL8002BDEMO1Z

ISL8002BDEMO1Z, ISL8002B, monolithic, synchronous, step-down converter, buck converter, DC/DC converter, demonstration board, demo board

Description

The ISL8002BDEMO1Z kit is intended for point-of-load applications sourcing from 2.7V to 5.5V. The ISL8002BDEMO1Z demo board is used to demonstrate the performance of the ISL8002B low quiescent current mode converter.

The ISL8002B is a highly efficient, monolithic, synchronous step-down DC/DC converter that can deliver up to 2A of continuous output current from a 2.7V to 5.5V input supply. It uses peak current mode control architecture to allow very low duty cycle operation. ISL8002B operates at a 2MHz switching frequency, thereby providing superior transient response and allowing for the use of small inductor. ISL8002B also has excellent stability.

Key Features

  • Small, compact design
  • VIN range of 2.7V to 5.5V
  • VOUT adjustable from 0.6V up to 80% of VIN
  • IOUT maximum is 2A
  • External soft-start programmable
  • Output tracking and sequencing
  • Overcurrent and short-circuit protection
  • Over-temperature/thermal protection

Applications

  • General purpose point-of-load
  • DC/DC Set-top boxes and cable modems
  • FPGA power
  • DVD, HDD drives, LCD panels, TV

ISL8002BDEMO1Z Buck Regulator Demonstration Board

ISL8002BDEMO1Z Buck Regulator Demonstration Board

Related Products

ISL8002B

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