Board solutions for multiple voltages generation


#1

Dear community,

I am looking at using an Opal Kelly board for multiple voltage domains ASIC testing.

If I understood well the application notes, the only control available from the boards is the voltage level of the IOs (3.3/1.8/1.2V).

Does some of the boards offer programmable voltage sources (such as LDOs) and current references? Else could you recommend some extension boards to do the job?

Thanks,
Martin


#2

What product are you referring to?

The XEM3001 and XEM6001 have fixed I/O voltages at 3.3v.
The XEM3010, XEM6010, and similar modules can have I/O voltages that are provided by the peripheral module.
The XEM7350 has a programmable voltage that is determined by the peripheral (IPMI EEPROM) or by Device Settings that you can write to NVRAM.