Description

The ISL8002DEMO1Z kit is intended for use by individuals with requirements for Point-of-Load applications sourcing from 2.7V to 5.5V. The ISL8002DEMO1Z board is used to demonstrate the performance of the ISL8002 low quiescent current mode converters.

The ISL8002 is a highly efficient, monolithic, synchronous step-down DC/DC converters that can deliver up to 2A of continuous output current from a 2.7V to 5.5V input supply. It usespeak current mode control architecture to allow very low duty cycle operation. It operates at either 1MHz or 2MHz switching frequency, thereby providing superior transient response and allowing for the use of small inductors. It also has excellent stability and provide both internal and external compensation options.

Key Features

  • High efficiency synchronous buck regulator with up to 95% efficiency
  • 0.8% reference accuracy over temperature/load/line
  • Start-up with prebiased output
  • Internal soft-start - 1ms
  • Soft-stop output discharge during disable
  • 1MHz, 2MHz default frequency
  • Negative OC protection

Applications

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

ISL8002DEMO1Z (ISL8002EVAL2Z) Buck Regulator Demo Board

ISL8002DEMO1Z (ISL8002EVAL2Z) Buck Regulator Demo Board

Related Products

ISL8002

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