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MCP1650 Boost Controller Eval Board

Part Number: MCP1650EV

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The MCP1650 Boost Controller Evaluation Board demonstrates Microchip Technology’s MCP165X Boost Controller product family in two high-power, boost-converter applications. The first application features the MCP1651 (8-pin MSOP) with the low battery detect feature and provides a regulated 5V output with an input voltage range of 2.8V to 4.8V. The second application uses the MCP1653 (10-pin

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    • MCP1651 in a boost application configured in Bootstrap mode. This application circuit regulates the output to 5V while delivering 1A of current as the input voltage varies from 2.8V to 4.8V.
    • MCP1653 in a boost application configured in non-Bootstrap mode. This application circuit regulates the output voltage to 12V while delivering 400 mA of output current as the input voltage varies from 3.0V to 3.6V.

Summary

The MCP1650 Boost Controller Evaluation Board demonstrates Microchip Technology’s MCP165X Boost Controller product family in two high-power, boost-converter applications. The first application features the MCP1651 (8-pin MSOP) with the low battery detect feature and provides a regulated 5V output with an input voltage range of 2.8V to 4.8V. The second application uses the MCP1653 (10-pin MSOP), with both low battery detect and power good features. The input voltage for this application is 3.3V, with the output boosted to 12V.

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The MCP1650 Boost Controller Evaluation Board demonstrates Microchip Technology’s MCP165X Boost Controller product family in two high-power, boost-converter applications. The first application features the MCP1651 (8-pin MSOP) with the low battery detect feature and provides a regulated 5V output with an input voltage range of 2.8V to 4.8V. The second application uses the MCP1653 (10-pin MSOP), with both low battery detect and power good features. The input voltage for this application is 3.3V, with the output boosted to 12V.