The ISL95862 is a Power Management Integrated Circuit (PMIC) for ultrabook, notebook, and tablet computers powered by 2-cell Li-ion batteries. It integrates control, MOSFET drivers, power MOSFETs, fault protection, and fault monitoring functions for three highly efficient synchronous buck regulators. Integrated into one package are the regulators for the core, graphics, and system agent voltages. The ISL95862 is offered in a thermally efficient 8mmx12mm, 96 bump, 0. 5mm pitch WLCSP package. The PMIC regulators convert the system voltage from a battery or adapter into the three necessary processor voltages required by Intel’s IMVP8 specifications. The switching regulators operate at high frequency and are based on Intersil’s proprietary R3™ Technology, which provides high light-load efficiency and fast transient response with minimal external compensation. The PMIC provides overcurrent, overvoltage, and over-temperature fault protections. The controller also features a temperature alert signal that indicates when the PMIC is operating at an elevated temperature. An ALERT signal provides notice of any fault or warning outside of the temperature alert signal. The PMIC also offers I2C capability compatible with Intel’s SMBus specification.

Features

  • Highly integrated power management IC
  • Efficient high-frequency integrated FET switching regulators
  • Integrated regulators to produce core, graphics, and system agent rails
  • Extensive fault protection
  • Overcurrent, overvoltage, and over-temperature protection
  • Temperature alert signal
  • SVID I2C bus allows system fault monitoring, enables control
  • Output voltage offset programming through SVID I2C

Product Options

Part Number Part Status Pkg. Type Carrier Type MOQ Buy Sample
Active WLCSP-TCURDL Reel 3000
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Active WLCSP-TCURDL Reel 3000
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Documentation & Downloads

Title Other Languages Type Format File Size Date
Datasheets & Errata
ISL95862 Datasheet Datasheet PDF 1.73 MB
ISL95862 Data Short Short Form Datasheet PDF 188 KB
Application Notes & White Papers
Five Easy Steps to Create a Multi-Load Power Solution White Paper PDF 846 KB
AN1681: Grounding Techniques Application Note PDF 509 KB
AN1684: Nonideality of Ground Application Note PDF 397 KB
Other
TB500: Computing Power Reference Design Adaptation Guide Other PDF 351 KB
TB501: Computing Power Regulator Layout Checklist Other PDF 366 KB