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Analog & Power

Maxim Integrated Presents Analog and Mixed-Signal Technology at embedded world DIGITAL 2021 - News

February 25, 2021

Visit Maxim's virtual booth to experience the latest in automotive, healthcare, industrial, essential analog, artificial intelligence, and security solutions.

Analog & Power

Maxim Integrated Unveils Industry’s First Data Acquisition System to Achieve ASIL-D Compliance for Voltage, Current, Temperature, and Communication of a Battery Management System - News

February 02, 2021

MAX17852 battery monitor IC with integrated current sense amplifier offers up to 16 percent space savings and up to 20 percent cost savings 

 

Open Source

Dev Kit Weekly: The 2020 Devvy Awards - Video

January 18, 2021

I know you thought 2020 was behind you, but we’ve got one last item to address before putting that nightmare of a year to bed forever. Don’t worry, it’ll be fun.

Consumer

Product of the Week: Maxim Integrated's Health Sensor Platform 3.0 (MAXREFDES104#) - Blog

November 30, 2020

The MAXREFDES104#, better known as the Health Sensor Platform 3.0, is Maxim Integrated’s third-generation wearable reference design for applications ranging from personal fitness to patient monitors.

Open Source

Maxim Integrated Releases MAXREFDES117 IO-Link Reference Design - News

October 30, 2020

The new development kit highlights the flexibility of the MAX22515 IO-Link transceiver, all while configuring all modes of the MAX2200 software-configurable analog IO.

Consumer

Maxim Integrated?s Health Sensor Platform 3.0 Reduces Development Time of Healthcare Wearables - News

October 29, 2020

MAXREFDES104# is a wrist form factor reference design ready to collect blood oxygen, ECG, heart rate, body temperature and activity data.

Automotive

Maxim Integrated's Automotive Buck-Boost Controller Enables Automotive USB Power Delivery Ports - News

October 13, 2020

Per the company, the MAX25430 decreased design size up to 40 percent and eliminates microcontrollers, metal enclosures, and heat sinks for 25 percent lower cost than competitive solutions.