ISL8200AMEV1PHZ, ISL8200AMEVAL2PHZ

Complete Current Share 10A DC/DC Power Module Evaluation Board

Description

The ISL8200AM is a simple and easy to use high power, current-sharing DC/DC power module for Datacom/Telecom/FPGA power hungry applications. All that is needed is the ISL8200AM, a few passive components and one VOUT setting resistor to have a complete 10A design ready for market.

The ISL8200AMEV1PHZ evaluation board is used to demonstrate performance of the ISL8200AM in a single phase setup. The input voltage is from 3V to 20V, and the output can support a 10A maximum load with a voltage range from 0.6V up to 6V with the proper output capacitor rating.

Key Features

  • Complete Switch Mode Power Supply in One Package
  • Patented Current Share Architecture Reduces Layout Sensitivity When Modules are Paralleled
  • Programmable Phase Shift (1 to 6 phase)
  • Extremely Low Profile (2.2mm height)
  • Input Voltage Range +3.0 V to +20V at 10A, Current Share up to 60A
  • A Single Resistor Sets VOUT from +0.6V to +6V
  • Output Overvoltage, Overcurrent and Over-Temperature, Built-in Protection and Undervoltage indication

Applications

  • Servers, Telecom and Datacom Applications
  • Industrial and Medical Equipment
  • Point of Load Regulation

ISL8200AMEV1PHZ Power Module Evaluation Board

ISL8200AMEV1PHZ Power Module Evaluation Board

ISL8200AMEVAL2PHZ Power Module Evaluation Board

ISL8200AMEVAL2PHZ Power Module Evaluation Board

 

Related Products

ISL8200AM

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