Evaluation Kit MAX17681A for Isolated ±15V and ±7.5V Output Configuration

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The MAX17681E evaluation kit (EV kit) is a fully assembled and tested circuit board that demonstrates the performance of the MAX17681A high-efficiency, iso-buck, DC-DC converter. The EV kit operates over a wide input-voltage range of 17V to 36V and uses primary-side feedback to regulate the output voltage. The EV kit output is programmed to ±15V, 75mA each and ±7.5V, 75mA each with ±10% regulation.

The EV kit comes installed with the MAX17681A in a 10-pin (3mm x 2mm) TDFN package.

Key Features

  • 17V to 36V Input Voltage Range
  • ±15V, 75mA Each and ±7.5V, 75mA Each Continuous Current
  • EN/UVLO Input
  • 200kHz Switching Frequency
  • 86.9% Peak Efficiency
  • Overcurrent Protection
  • No Optocoupler
  • Delivers Up to 3.4W Output Power
  • Overtemperature Protection
  • Proven PCB layout
  • Provides robust primary and secondary output short-circuit protection


  • Floating Power Supply Generation
  • Isolated Fieldbus Interfaces
  • Isolated Power Supplies in Medical Equipment
  • PLC I/O Modules
  • Smart Meters

Quality and Environmental Data

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