ISL9120IIx-EVZ and ISL9120IRx-EVZ

Compact High Efficiency Low Power Buck-Boost Regulator Eval Boards

Description

The ISL9120 and ISL9120IR are highly integrated buck-boost switching regulators for systems using new battery chemistries. They use Intersil’s proprietary buck-boost algorithm to maintain voltage regulation, while providing excellent efficiency and very low output voltage ripple when the input voltage is close to the output voltage.

The ISL9120IIx-EVZ (ISL9120IIN-EVZ, ISL9120IIA-EVZ) and ISL9120IRx-EVZ platforms allow quick evaluation of the high performance features of the ISL9120 and ISL9120IR buck-boost regulator series.

Key Features

  • Small, compact design
  • Jumper selectable EN (enabled/disabled)
  • Jumper selectable BYP (buck-boost/forced bypass)
  • Connectors, test points and jumpers for easy probing

Applications

  • Smartphones and tablets
  • Portable consumer and wearable devices

ISL9120IIA-EVZ Adjustable Output Evaluation Board

ISL9120IIA-EVZ Adjustable Output Evaluation Board

ISL9120IIN-EVZ Fixed 3.3V Output Evaluation Board

ISL9120IIN-EVZ Fixed 3.3V Output Evaluation Board

 

ISL9120IRA-EVZ Adjustable Output Evaluation Board

ISL9120IRA-EVZ Adjustable Output Evaluation Board

ISL9120IRN-EVZ Fixed 3.3V Output Evaluation Board

ISL9120IRN-EVZ Fixed 3.3V Output Evaluation Board

Related Products

ISL9120

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