The ISL8036CRSHEVAL1Z and ISL8036ACRSHEVAL1Z kits are intended for use by individuals with requirements for Point-of-Load applications sourcing from 2.85V to 6V. These evaluation boards are used to demonstrate the performance of the ISL8036/ISL8036A low quiescent current mode converter in current sharing configuration.
ISL8036, ISL8036A are integrated power controllers rated for dual 3A output current or current sharing operation with a 1MHz (ISL8036)/2.5MHz (ISL8036A) step-down regulator, which is ideal for any low power low-voltage applications. The channels are 180° out-of-phase for input RMS current and EMI reduction. It is optimized for generating low output voltages down to 0.8V each.
- Switching Frequency: 2.5 MHz (ISL8036A) and 1 MHz ISL8036
- Current Sharing 6A High Efficiency Synchronous Buck Regulator with up to 95% Efficiency
- 180° Out-of-Phase Providing Low Output Noise
- Power-Goods (PG) Output with 1ms Delay
- 2.85V to 6V Supply Voltage
- 2% Output Accuracy Over-temperature/Load/Line
- Start-up with Pre-biased Output
- Externally Adjustable Soft-Start Time
- Soft-Stop Output Discharge During Disabled
- External Synchronization up to 6MHz
- Typical 8µA Logic Controlled Shutdown Current
- 100% Maximum Duty Cycle for Lowest Dropout
- External Current Mode Compensation
- Peak Current Limiting, Hiccup Mode Short Circuit Protection and Over-temperature Protection
- Negative Current Detection and Protection
- DC/DC POL Modules
- µC/µP, FPGA and DSP Power
- Plug-in DC/DC Modules for Routers and Switchers
- Test and Measurement Systems
- Li-ion Battery Power Devices
- Bar Code Reader
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