ISL97519AIUZEVALZ, ISL97519IUZEVALZ

600kHz/1.2MHz PWM Step-Up Regulator Evaluation Boards

Description

The ISL97519AIUZEVALZ and ISL97519IUZEVALZ evaluation boards are kits for evaluating the ISL97519A and ISL97519 step-up voltage regulators that operate with high frequency and high efficiency. These kits are designed to deliver over 90% efficiency and provide a dip switch that allows users to select either 600kHz or 1.2MHz switching frequency.

The ISL97519A is a high frequency, high efficiency step-up voltage regulator operated at constant frequency PWM mode. With an internal 2.0A, 200mΩ MOSFET, it can deliver up to 1A output current at over 90% efficiency. Two selectable frequencies, 600kHz and 1.2MHz, allow trade offs between smaller components and faster transient response. An external compensation pin gives the user greater flexibility in setting frequency compensation allowing the use of low ESR Ceramic output capacitors.

Key Features

  • A Complete Evaluation Platform for Evaluation of ISL97519A
  • Input Voltage: 2.3V to 5.5V
  • Proven Evaluation Board Layout
  • Pb-free (RoHS Compliant)

Applications

  • TFT-LCD displays
  • DSL modems
  • PCMCIA cards
  • Digital cameras
  • GSM/CDMA phones
  • Portable equipment
  • Handheld devices

ISL97519AIUZEVALZ PWM Boost Regulator Eval Board

ISL97519AIUZEVALZ PWM Boost Regulator Eval Board

 

Related Products

ISL97519A

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