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MCP1612EV#1: 0.8V, 1.7V, 2.4V, or 3.3V @ 1A; Vout+0.5 ~ 5.5V in

Manufacturer: Microchip Technology

This Synchronous Buck Evaluation Board features Microchip's 1A 1.4MHz synchronous buck regulator in two buck converter applications.

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XRP7714EVB-DEMO-2P-KIT: 4 Chan, 4A, 4.5 ~ 25V in

Manufacturer: MaxLinear, Inc.

The XRP7714EVB-DEMO-1, XRP7714EVB-DEMO-2, and the XRP7714EVB-DEMO-2P demo boards are complete, working, four channel, power systems measuring either 2”x2”, or 2”x2.5” capable of delivering over 35 watts. They provide 3.3V, 2.5V, 1.8V, and 1V at a maximum of 4 amps per channel. The 2.5V, 1.8V, and 1V supplies can be adjusted in 50mV increments, and the 3.3V supply is adjustable in 100mV increments.…

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TPS62020EVM-019: 1.5V @ 600mA, 2.5 ~ 6V in, Buck

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

The Texas Instruments TPS62020 evaluation module (EVM) for low-power, high-efficiency, step-down converters helps designers evaluate this device. The EVM enables evaluation of different device modes and device performance.

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TPS64202EVM-023: 3.3V @ 2A, 3.3 ~ 6V Out

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

The TPS64202EVM-023 is an evaluation tool for the TPS64202 inductive step-down controller in SOT-23 package which can supply voltages down to 1.2V from a 1.8-V to 6.5-V input.

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TPS40200EVM-001: 3.3V @ 2.5A, 8 ~ 16 Vin

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

The TPS40200EVM-001 evaluation module (EVM) uses the TPS40200 nonsynchronous buck converter to provide a resistor-selected 3.3-V output voltage that delivers up to 2.5 A from a 12-V input bus. The EVM operates from a single supply and uses a single P-channel power FET and Schottky diode to produce a low-cost buck converter. The part operates at a 300-kHz clock frequency with provision for externa…

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TPS62050EVM-234: 3.3V @ 800mA, 2.7 ~ 10V in, Buck

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

The Texas Instruments TPS62050 and TPS62052 evaluation modules (EVM) for low-power, high-efficiency, step-down converters help designers evaluate these devices. The EVMs make it possible to evaluate different modes of the devices as well as the device performance.

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LM1770 #2: 3.3V @ 4A, 5V in, (Page 3)

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

The controller utilizes a constant on-time control scheme which eliminates the need for external compensation components, allowing the power supply designer to minimize necessary board space and reduce costs. This design operates at 500 kHz and utilizes larger valued components to enable a high maximum output current.

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STEVAL-ISA004V1: 10W, 5V @ 1A, 12V @ 420mA

Manufacturer: STMicroelectronics

This evaluation board is an offline, wide-range, VIPer22A-E dual-output power supply with a switching frequency of 60 kHz and is set up for secondary regulation with an optocoupler. One output delivers 5 V at 1 A and a second output delivers 12 V at 0.42 A, making for a total output power of 10 W.

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LM5007EVAL: 10V @ 400mA, 12 ~ 75 Vin

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

The LM5007 Step down switching regulator features all of the functions needed to implement low cost, efficient, Buck bias regulators.

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LM5574EVAL: 5V @ 500mA, 7 ~ 75 Vin

Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

The LM5574 evaluation board is designed to provide the design engineer with a fully functional power converter based on Emulated Current Mode Control to evaluate the LM5574 regulator IC. The evaluation board provides a 5V output with a 0.5A current capability. The ultra-wide input voltage ranges from 7V to 75V. The design operates at 300kHz, a good compromise between conversion efficiency and so…

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