The ISL6745EVAL1Z evaluation board utilizes Renesas' double-ended voltage-mode PWM controller ISL6745A for half-bridge converters with secondary side synchronous rectification. The voltage mode PWM controller ISL6745 is a 10 Ld MSOP device.
The input of the evaluation board ranges from 36V to 75V, and the output voltage is regulated to 12V with a maximum load current of 10A. Planar transformers and inductors are used. The triple-output linear regulator ISL6720A is used to provide bias for the primary side controller and drivers.
- Input voltage: 36V ~ 75V
- Output voltage: 12V
- Output power: 120W
- Output voltage ripple: 50mV
- Efficiency: about 90% at full load rated input voltage
- Half-bridge converters
- Full-bridge converters
- Line-regulated bus converters
- AC/DC power supplies
- Telecom, datacom, and file server power
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