ISL80136EVAL1Z, ISL80138EVAL1Z

40V, Low Quiescent Current, 50mA/150mA Linear Regulator Evaluation Boards

Description

The ISL80136EVAL1Z and ISL80138EVAL1Z evaluation boards are designed to demo the performance of these high voltage linear regulators. The evaluation boards are available with jumpers to set output voltage from 2.5V to 12V for easy evaluation by configuring a single resistor. The evaluation boards can also be configured to give a specific output voltage.

The ISL80136 is a high voltage, low quiescent current linear regulator ideally suited for "always-on" and "keep alive" applications. The ISL80136 operates from an input voltage of +6V to +40V under normal operating conditions, consuming only 18µA of quiescent current at no load.

The ISL80138 is a high voltage, adjustable VOUT low quiescent current linear regulator ideally suited for "always-on" and "keep alive" applications. The ISL80138 operates from an input voltage of +6V to +40V under normal operating conditions and consumes only 18µA of quiescent current at no load.

Key Features

  • Wide VIN range of 6V to 40V
  • Adjustable output voltage from 2.5V to 12V
  • IOUT is 50mA for ISL80136 and 150mA for ISL80138
  • Ultra low 18μA typical quiescent current
  • ±1% accurate voltage reference
  • Overcurrent protection
  • Over-temperature/thermal protection

Applications

  • Industrial
  • Networking
  • Telecom

 

Related Products

ISL80136

ISL80138

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