ISL802xEVAL3Z, ISL802xAEVAL3Z

Compact Synchronous Buck Regulator Evaluation Board

Description

The ISL8023_24AEVAL3Z kit is intended for use by individuals with requirements for Point-of-Load applications sourcing from 2.7V to 5.5V. The ISL8023_24AEVAL3Z simple smallest factor evaluation board is used for a quick and easy demonstration of the performance of the ISL8023A, ISL8024A low quiescent high efficiency synchronous buck regulator.

Eval Board Base Part Description
ISL8023EVAL3Z ISL8023  
ISL8023AEVAL3Z ISL8023  
ISL8024EVAL3Z ISL8024  
ISL8024AEVAL3Z ISL8024  

Key Features

  • High Efficiency Synchronous Buck Regulator with up to 95% Efficiency
  • 0.8% Reference Accuracy Over-Temperature/Load/Line
  • Start-up with Pre-Biased Output
  • Internal Soft-Start - 1ms or Adjustable
  • Soft-Stop Output Discharge During Disabled
  • Adjustable Frequency from 500kHz to 4MHz - Default at 2MHz
  • External Synchronization up to 4MHz
  • Negative OC protection

Applications

  • DC/DC POL Modules
  • μC/µP, FPGA and DSP Power
  • Plug-in DC/DC Modules for Routers and Switchers
  • Portable Instruments
  • Test and Measurement Systems
  • Li-ion Battery Powered Devices

ISL802xEVAL3Z, ISL802xAEVAL3Z Synchronous Buck Regulator Eval Board

ISL802xEVAL3Z, ISL802xAEVAL3Z Synchronous Buck Regulator Eval Board

 

Related Products

ISL8023

ISL8024

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Disclaimer: THIS MATERIAL IS PROVIDED “AS-IS” FOR EVALUATION PURPOSES ONLY. RENESAS ELECTRONICS CORPORATION AND ITS SUBSIDIARIES (collectively, “Renesas”) DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY. Renesas provides evaluation platforms and design proposals to help our customers to develop products. However, factors beyond Renesas' control, including without limitation, component variations, temperature changes and PCB layout, could significantly affect the product performance. It is the user’s responsibility to verify the actual circuit performance.