1.2A Integrated FETs, High Efficiency Synchronous Buck Regulator Evaluation Board


The ISL8011EVAL1Z board evaluates the ISL8011, an integrated FET, 1.2A synchronous buck regulator for general purpose point-of load (POL) applications. It is optimized for generating low output voltages down to 0.8V. The supply voltage range of 2.7V to 5.5V allows the use of common 3.3V or 5V supply rails and Lithium ion battery inputs. It has a guaranteed minimum output current of 1.2A and a 1.5MHz pulse-width modulation (PWM) switching frequency which allows the use of small external components.

Key Features

  • High Efficiency Synchronous Buck Regulator with Up to 95% Efficiency
  • 2.7V to 5.5V Supply Voltage
  • 1.2A Output Current
  • 100% Maximum Duty Cycle
  • Peak Current Limiting, Short Circuit Protection
  • 200ms Power-On Reset
  • 3% Output Accuracy Over-Temperature/Load/Line
  • Less than 1µA Logic Controlled Shutdown Current
  • Internal Loop Compensation
  • Internal Digital Soft-Start
  • Over-Temperature Protection
  • Enable


  • DC/DC POL Modules
  • µC/µP, FPGA and DSP Power
  • Plug-in DC/DC Modules for Routers and Switchers
  • Portable Instruments
  • Test and Measurement Systems

Related Products



Tools Orderable Part Number (s) Production Status Manufacturer Suggested Single Tool Price
Description Distributor Stock Distributors Distributor Purchase
ISL80113EVAL1Z 量産中 Renesas $31.00 1 0 Call
ISL80112EVAL1Z 量産中 Renesas $14.67 1 0 Call
ISL80111EVAL1Z 量産中 Renesas $24.50 1 0 Call


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