The ISL8115EVAL1Z is a synchronous buck converter implementing Intersil's wide input range PWM controller ISL8115. Utilizing voltage mode control with input feed-forward, the ISL8115EVAL1Z maintains a constant loop gain for optimal transient response, especially for applications with a wide input voltage range.
ISL8115EVAL2Z is a Synchronous Buck Converter implementing Intersil's wide input range PWM controller ISL8115. Utilizing voltage mode control with input feed forward, the ISL8115EVAL2Z maintains a constant loop gain for optimal transient response, especially for applications with a wide input voltage range.
- Wide VIN range operation: 2.97V to 36V; up to 5.5V output and 30A load current per phase
- Fast transient response
- Voltage-mode PWM leading-edge modulation with non-linear control
- Input voltage feed-forward
- Integrated 5V high speed 4A MOSFET gate drivers
- Internal bootstrap diode
- Oscillator programmable from 150kHz to 1.5MHz
- Frequency synchronization to external clock signal
- Diode emulation mode for light load efficiency improvement
- Output OVP/UVP; OCP and OTP
- Power-good open drain output
- Adjustable soft-start
- Pre-bias start-up function
- Excellent output voltage regulation
- 0.6V ±1.0% internal reference (-40°C~125°C)
- 0.6V ±0.7% internal reference (-40°C~105°C)
- Differential voltage sensing
- Power supply for datacom/telecom and POL
- Wide input voltage range buck regulators
- High current density power supplies RF power amplifier bias compensation
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