Description

The ISL28022EVKIT1Z, ISL28023EVKIT1Z and ISL28025EVKIT1Z digital power monitor evaluation kits are three-board designs that demonstrate the functionality of the ISL28022, ISL28023 and ISL28025.

Renesas' ISL2802x digital power monitor family delivers high accuracy measurements in a wide input common mode voltage range (0V to 60V), providing designers with a high level of safety margin that is often necessary in wired, wireless and data infrastructure applications.

Key Features

  • Monitors supply voltages up to 60V
  • Digital output via I²C, SMBus and PMBus-compatible serial interface
  • I²C operates down to 1.2V
  • Operating voltages from 3V to 5.5V
  • User defined threshold alerts (OV,OC,UV)
  • Integrated 8-bit voltage output margin DAC
  • Internal 3.3V voltage regulator
  • Real-time alerts (500ns response time)
  • Internal temp sensor with average accuracy of +1C
  • Wide specified temperature range (-40 to 125°C)

Applications

  • Routers and servers
  • DC/DC, AC/DC converters
  • Battery management/charging
  • Automotive power
  • Power distribution
  • Medical and test equipment

ISL2802xEVKIT1Z Digital Power Monitor Evaluation Kit

ISL2802xEVKIT1Z Digital Power Monitor Evaluation Kit

Related Products

ISL28022

ISL28023

ISL28025

ISL28022EVKIT1Z Evaluation Kit Video Series

5:17
This video explains how to get your own ISL28022 digital power monitor evaluation kit, download software, and connect the RLoad board.
9:03
Learn how to connect the ISL28022 evaluation board to the dongle board and begin using your monitoring software.
5:17
This video explains how to get your own ISL28022 digital power monitor evaluation kit, download software, and connect the RLoad board.
9:03
Learn how to connect the ISL28022 evaluation board to the dongle board and begin using your monitoring software.
5:17
This video explains how to get your own ISL28022 digital power monitor evaluation kit, download software, and connect the RLoad board.
9:03
Learn how to connect the ISL28022 evaluation board to the dongle board and begin using your monitoring software.

Related Videos

12:10
Learn how to use the ISL28025 digital power monitor evaluation kit to measure the voltage and current performance of the ISL9110 buck-boost regulator.
14:04
Learn how to set up the ISL28023 digital power monitor evaluation kit to measure the voltage and current performance of the ISL85415 buck regulator.
2:16
Learn how to use the ISL28025 digital power monitor to monitor input current of the digital point of load regulator using PowerNavigator.
12:10
Learn how to use the ISL28025 digital power monitor evaluation kit to measure the voltage and current performance of the ISL9110 buck-boost regulator.
14:04
Learn how to set up the ISL28023 digital power monitor evaluation kit to measure the voltage and current performance of the ISL85415 buck regulator.
2:16
Learn how to use the ISL28025 digital power monitor to monitor input current of the digital point of load regulator using PowerNavigator.
12:10
Learn how to use the ISL28025 digital power monitor evaluation kit to measure the voltage and current performance of the ISL9110 buck-boost regulator.
14:04
Learn how to set up the ISL28023 digital power monitor evaluation kit to measure the voltage and current performance of the ISL85415 buck regulator.
2:16
Learn how to use the ISL28025 digital power monitor to monitor input current of the digital point of load regulator using PowerNavigator.

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Disclaimer: THIS MATERIAL IS PROVIDED “AS-IS” FOR EVALUATION PURPOSES ONLY. RENESAS ELECTRONICS CORPORATION AND ITS SUBSIDIARIES (collectively, “Renesas”) DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY. Renesas provides evaluation platforms and design proposals to help our customers to develop products. However, factors beyond Renesas' control, including without limitation, component variations, temperature changes and PCB layout, could significantly affect the product performance. It is the user’s responsibility to verify the actual circuit performance.