Microchip Technology Inc

Power Management - Linear Regulators

The MCP1711 Demonstration Board is used to evaluate and demonstrate Microchip Technology’s MCP1711 Ultra-Low Quiscent Current, Capless LDO over a wide input voltage and load range.
The board features two voltage options (1.8V and 3.3V) and two package options (5-Lead SOT-23 and 1x1 UQFN). Test points are provided for input and output, allowing the board to be connected directly to a system. The two LDO’s can be powered and used independently. Header pins are used in order to enable and disable the MCP1711 with either a jumper or an external voltage source.
The MCP19035 600 kHz Synchronous Buck Converter Controller is a compact, highly efficient, step-down voltage converter that will convert the input voltage rail (typically 24V) to 5V regulated output voltage. The maximum output current for this step-down converter is 5A. The board demonstrates the capabilities of the MCP19035 600 kHz Synchronous Buck Converter Controller in a typical high-voltage input step-down application. Test points for various signals are provided for measuring different parameters of the converter. The reference design can be modified to support output voltages from 3.3V to 5V by changing a single resistor.
The MIC38150 evaluation board is used to demonstrate the features of the MIC38150, a 1.5A step down converter and the second device in a new generation of HELDO (High Efficiency Low Dropout) regulators providing the benefits of LDOs. They are easy to use, feature fast transient performance, high PSRR and low noise while offering the efficiency of a switching regulator.
The MIC47050 is a high-speed, ultra-low dropout, dual-supply NMOS ULDO™ designed to take advantage of point-of-load applications that use multiple supply rails to generate a low-voltage, high-current power supply. The MIC47050 can source 500mA of output current while only requiring a 1μF ceramic output capacitor for stability. A 1.5% output voltage accuracy, low dropout voltage (44mV @ 500mA), and low ground current makes this device ideally suited for mobile applications.
The MIC47050 is a high-speed, ultra-low dropout, dual-supply NMOS ULDO™ designed to take advantage of point-of-load applications that use multiple supply rails to generate a low-voltage, high-current power supply. The MIC47050 can source 500mA of output current while only requiring a 1μF ceramic output capacitor for stability. A 1.5% output voltage accuracy, low dropout voltage (44mV @ 500mA), and low ground current makes this device ideally suited for mobile applications.
The demonstration board can be used to evaluate the MIC47100. The MIC47100, a 1A, high speed, low dropout linear regulator, utilizes a split supply input to regulate low output voltages.
The demonstration board can be used to evaluate the MIC49200. The MIC49200, a 2 amp, ultra-high speed, low dropout linear regulator, utilizes a split supply input to regulate low output voltages.
The MIC5165 eval board is used to demonstrate the MIC5165. The MIC5165 is a dual regulator controller for high-speed bus termination that offers a simple, low-cost JEDEC-compliant solution for terminating high-speed, low-voltage digital buses (i.e., DDR, DDR2, DDR3, SCSI, GTL, SSTL, HSTL, LV-TTL, Rambus, LV-PECL, LV-ECL, etc) and features a Power Good output (PG) and an Enable input (EN).
This evaluation board is used to demonstrate the MIC5166. The MIC5166 is a ±3A, high-speed, linear, low input voltage, Double Data Rate (DDR) or Quad Data Rate (QDR), memory terminator power supply. The MIC5166 has two internal N-channel power MOSFETs, forming a linear regulator that can both sink and source current. This regulator design is used for DDR or QDR termination.
This evaluation board is used to demonstrate the MIC5234. The MIC5234 is a low-quiescent current, μCap low-dropout regulator. A maximum operating input voltage of 30V and quiescent current of 20μA make it ideal for supplying keep-alive power in systems with high-voltage batteries.
The demonstration board can be used to evaluate both the MIC5301 and MIC5318 low dropout linear regulators. The MIC5301 and MIC5318 are offered in fixed and adjustable outputs. Fixed output versions add bypass pin functionality, allowing reduced output noise. The adjustable version allows for the use of a resistor divider network to adjust for the desired output voltage. The evaluation board accommodates the fixed version.
The demonstration board can be used to evaluate both the MIC5301 and MIC5318 low dropout linear regulators. The MIC5301 and MIC5318 are offered in fixed and adjustable outputs. Fixed output versions add bypass pin functionality, allowing reduced output noise. The adjustable version allows for the use of a resistor divider network to adjust for the desired output voltage. The evaluation board accommodates the fixed version.
The MIC5308 is a high performance, μCap low dropout regulator, offering ultra-low operating current while maintaining very fast transient response. The MIC5308 can source up to 150mA of output current and can regulate down from a low input supply voltage to increase system efficiency.
The MIC5365/6 is an advanced general purpose linear regulator. The MIC5365/6 is capable of sourcing 150mA output current with high PSRR and low output noise. When the MIC5366 is disabled an internal resistive load is automatically applied to the output to discharge the output capacitor.
The MIC5365/6 is an advanced general purpose linear regulator. The MIC5365/6 is capable of sourcing 150mA output current with high PSRR and low output noise. When the MIC5366 is disabled an internal resistive load is automatically applied to the output to discharge the output capacitor.
The MIC5365/6 is an advanced general purpose linear regulator. The MIC5365/6 is capable of sourcing 150mA output current with high PSRR and low output noise. When the MIC5366 is disabled an internal resistive load is automatically applied to the output to discharge the output capacitor.
The MIC5365/6 is an advanced general purpose linear regulator. The MIC5365/6 is capable of sourcing 150mA output current with high PSRR and low output noise. When the MIC5366 is disabled an internal resistive load is automatically applied to the output to discharge the output capacitor.
The MIC5365/6 is an advanced general purpose linear regulator. The MIC5365/6 is capable of sourcing 150mA output current with high PSRR and low output noise. When the MIC5366 is disabled an internal resistive load is automatically applied to the output to discharge the output capacitor.
The MIC5365/6 is an advanced general purpose linear regulator. The MIC5365/6 is capable of sourcing 150mA output current with high PSRR and low output noise. When the MIC5366 is disabled an internal resistive load is automatically applied to the output to discharge the output capacitor.
The MIC5380/1 is an advanced dual LDO ideal for powering general purpose portable devices. When the MIC5381 is disabled an internal resistive load is automatically applied to the output to discharge the output capacitor.
The MIC5387 is an advanced, general purpose tripleoutput, linear regulator offering high power supply rejection (PSRR). The MIC5387 is capable of 150mA from each output and offers high PSRR, making it an ideal solution for any portable electronic application.
The demonstration board can be used to evaluate the MIC59150. The MIC59150, a 1.5A, ultra-high speed, low dropout linear regulator, utilizes a split supply input to regulate low output voltages. It is offered in an adjustable output version that can be set via a resistor divider network. The MIC59150 is offered in an 8-pin EPAD SOIC package. This LDO feature an enable pin that allows it to be placed in a zero-current mode off-state.
The demonstration board can be used to evaluate the MIC59300. The MIC59300, a 3.0A, ultra-high speed, low dropout linear regulator, utilizes a split supply input to regulate low output voltages. It is offered in fixed and adjustable outputs. The adjustable version allows the use of a resistor divider network to adjust the output voltage. An enable pin allows it to be placed in a zero-current off mode state. The evaluation board accommodates the adjustable version.
The MIC68220 Evaluation Board contains a MIC68220 chip with built-in resistor dividers, delay and ramp capacitors, and programmable jumpers to allow a variety of Master/Slave configurations including sequencing, tracking, and ratiometric tracking.
This eval board is used to demonstrate the MIC68400. The MIC68400 is a high peak current LDO regulator designed specifically for powering applications such as FPGA core voltages that require high start up current with lower nominal operating current.
This evaluation board can be used to evaluate The MIC69101YML, a 1A LDO with a fixed output voltage that offers the added functionality of an enable pin and an error flag output.
This evaluation board can be used to evaluate The MIC69101YML, a 1A LDO with a fixed output voltage that offers the added functionality of an enable pin and an error flag output. The MIC69103YML is an adjustable version and it also has the added functionality of an enable pin, allowing the user to disable the device and put it into a zero-current off mode state.
This evaluation board can be used to evaluatethe MIC69301. The MIC69301WR is a 3A LDO with a fixed output voltage that offers the added functionality of an enable pin and an error flag output.
This eval board is used to demonstrate the MIC69502. The MIC69502 is a 5A, low dropout linear regulator that provides low voltage, high current outputs with a minimum of external components. They offer high precision and ultra low dropout of 500mV under worst case conditions.
The Secure AVR® BLE IoT Node incorporates an ATtiny1617 microcontroller, a fully-certified RN4871 Bluetooth® 4.2 Low Energy module, an ATECC508A CryptoAuthentication device and a 3-axis accelerometer with temperature sensor to demonstrate a complete solution for a typical IoT end node. The board is powered by USB or CR2032 coin cell via a jumper.

It is supported by Atmel START and Atmel Studio Integrated Development Platform (IDE) and comes with full documentation for the  software and hardware to significantly reduce design complexity and the time-to-market.

The application is available on both iOS® and Android™ operating systems. The iOS application, called AVR BLE Node, can be downloaded from the App Store. The Android application, called Secured AVR BLE IoT Node, can be downloaded from Google Play.

The SOT223-3 Voltage Regulator Evaluation Board is designed to evaluate and test voltage regulators. By soldering the desired device to the evaluation board, the user can easily validate several parameters of the device.

The SOT223-5 Voltage Regulator Evaluation Board is designed to be used to facilitate the evaluation of Microchip’s voltage regulators or to be used as a standalone voltage regulator board. Jumpers have been placed on the board to facilitate testing of specific voltage regulator parameters. The jumpers may also be used to select pull-up and pull-down voltage levels.
The SOT23-3 Voltage Regulator Evaluation Board is designed to evaluate and test voltage regulators. By soldering the desired device to the evaluation board, the user can easily validate several parameters of the device.

The SOT23-3 Voltage Regulator Evaluation Board does not come with a voltage regulator soldered onto the board. This allows the user to attach the voltage regulator of their choosing to the board and perform quiescent current, ground current, Power Supply Ripple Rejection (PSRR), and other desired tests.

The SOT23-3 Voltage Regulator Evaluation Board is based upon a modular concept which will allow the user to plug in additional boards to increase the test capability of the voltage regulator.
The SOT23-5 Voltage Regulator Evaluation Board is designed to provide functional evaluation of Microchip Voltage Regulators that utilize the SOT23-5 package. The SOT23-5 Voltage Regulator Evaluation Board does not come with a voltage regulator soldered onto the board. This allows the user to attach the voltage regulator of their choosing to the board and perform quiescent current, ground current, PSRR, and other desired tests.

The SOT89-3 Voltage Regulator Evaluation Board is designed to provide functional evaluation of Microchip Voltage Regulators that utilize the SOT89-3 package.

The SOT89-3 Voltage Regulator Evaluation Board does not come with a voltage regulator soldered onto the board. This allows the user to attach the voltage regulator of their choosing to the board and perform quiescent current, ground current, PSRR, and other desired tests.

The TC1016/17 LDO Linear Regulator Evaluation Board allows the user to evaluate Microchip’s 80 mA (TC1016) and 150 mA (TC1017) Low Dropout (LDO) regulators. The evaluation board contains two independent LDO circuits that allow the user to evaluate the TC1016 and TC1017 devices in the 5-pin SC-70 and the 5-pin SOT-23 packages. The evaluation board is populated with 1.8V and 3.0V TC1017 devices. Any of the available output voltage values of the devices (1.2V to 5.0V) can be used on this board. Fixed input and output capacitor values of 1.0 µF are hard wired on the board while alternate values of 4.7 µF and 10 µF can be selected via jumpers. Line and load step circuitry is also provided.

The TC1303B Dual-Output Regulator with Power-Good Output Demo Board can be used to evaluate the TC1303B device over the input voltage range and output current range for both the synchronous buck regulator output and the low-dropout linear regulator output.

Test points are provided for input power, output loads, shutdown control and power-good monitoring.

The TO220-3 / TO263-3 Voltage Regulator Evaluation Board is designed to provide functional evaluation of Microchip Voltage Regulators that utilize the TO220-3 and TO263-3 package.

The TO220-3 / TO263-3 Voltage Regulator Evaluation Board does not come with a voltage regulator soldered onto the board. This allows the user to attach the voltage regulator of their choosing to the board and perform quiescent current, ground current, PSRR, and other desired tests.

The TO220-5 / TO263-5 Voltage Regulator Evaluation Board is designed to provide functional evaluation of Microchip Voltage Regulators that utilize the TO220-5 and TO263-5 package. The TO220-5 / TO263-5 Voltage Regulator Evaluation Board does not come with a voltage regulator soldered onto the board. This allows the user to attach the voltage regulator of their choosing to the board and perform quiescent current, ground current, PSRR, and other desired tests.