Power Monitor Boasts Industry’s Widest Common Mode Input Voltage Range

Power Monitor Boasts Industry’s Widest Common Mode Input Voltage Range
Intersil Corp.

As per its creator, the ISL2802x family of digital power monitors supports a wide common mode input voltage range of 0V to 60V, reportedly the industry’s widest. The family includes three devices offering a capabilities that include bi-directional, high-side, and low-side digital current sense and voltage monitors with a serial interface. The ISL28023 is a PMBus compatible digital power monitor that integrates analog comparators, a voltage regulator, DAC, and a low voltage auxiliary channel. The ISL28025 integrates analog comparators and an integrated voltage regulator. The integrated analog comparators for the ISL28023/5 allow for continuous monitoring of the inputs. This results in a response time of 500 ns. Additionally, the ISL28022 suits cost constrained applications.

The ISL2802x family features and specs include:
• Monitors supply voltages up to 60V
• Digital output via serial interface that is I2C and SMBus and PMBus compatible
• I2C operates down to 1.2V
• Operating voltages from 3V to 5.5V and consuming an average current of just 800µA
• User defined threshold alerts (OV,OC,UV)
• Integrated 8-bit voltage output margin DAC
• Internal 3.3V voltage regulator
• Auxiliary channel for monitoring current and voltage on additional channels
• Auxiliary channel can be configured as an external temperature sensor with an addition of a diode
• Real-time alerts (500 ns response time)
• Internal temperature sensor with average accuracy of +1C
• Wide specified temperature range (-40ºC to 125ºC)

Pricing for the ISL2802x devices starts at $0.95 each/1,000. For more information, visit http://go.intersil.com/digital-power-monitor.html

For information on evaluation kits, visit: http://www.intersil.com/en/tools/reference-designs/isl2802xevkit1z.html

Intersil Corp.
Milpitas, CA
http:// www.intersil.com

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Company: Intersil Corp.
Phone number: 888-468-3774

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