ISL85009EVAL1Z

9A, 3.8V to 18V Input, Synchronous Buck Regulator Evaluation Board

Description

The ISL85009EVAL1Z platform allows quick evaluation of the high-performance features of the ISL85009 buck regulator.

The ISL85009 is a 3.8V to 18V input, 9A synchronous buck regulator for applications with input voltage from multi-cell batteries or regulated 5V and 12V power rails. The device also provides an integrated bootstrap diode for the high-side gate driver to reduce the external parts count.

The ISL850xx sync buck regulators support input voltages of 3.8V to 18V and wide output current range, offering designers a complete portfolio of devices with high efficiency and reliable performance. For a full list of products, visit the 12V Synchronous Buck Regulator Family page.

Key Features

  • Switch selectable EN (enabled/disabled)
  • Frequency synchronization option
  • Jumper selectable mode (DEM/Forced CCM)
  • Jumper selectable OCP mode (Hiccup/Latch-Off)
  • Jumper selectable frequency (600kHz/300kHz)
  • Connectors and test points for easy probing
  • Compact design

Applications

  • Servers and cloud infrastructure POLs
  • IPCs, factory automation, PLCs
  • Telecom and networking systems
  • Storage systems
  • Test measurement

ISL85009EVAL1Z 9V Sync Buck Regulator Eval Board

ISL85009EVAL1Z 9V Sync Buck Regulator Eval Board

 

Related Products

ISL85009

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