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Maxim Integrated

Maxim Integrated, founded in 1983 and headquartered in San Jose, California/USA, develops innovative analogue and mixed-signal products and technologies to make systems smaller and smarter, with enhanced security and increased energy efficiency. Maxim is empowering design innovation for the company’s automotive, industrial, healthcare, mobile consumer, and cloud data centre customers to deliver industry-leading solutions that help change the world. 

Maxim Integrated Articles

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Design
14th January 2021
Secure authenticator enhances vehicle safety and security

In critical systems, genuine components are the safest and most reliable. Designers can now enhance safety, security and data integrity for connected vehicle systems while also reducing both complexity and code development time by authenticating genuine components with the DS28E40 DeepCover automotive secure authenticator from Maxim Integrated.

Design
12th January 2021
Solar harvesting solution increases wearable runtime

Designers of space-constrained designs can now increase runtime with the MAX20361 single-/multi-cell solar harvester with maximum power point tracking (MPPT) from Maxim Integrated Products. The small solar harvesting solution is well suited for space-constrained applications such as wearables and emerging internet of things (IoT) applications.

Power
19th November 2020
Li+ fuel gauge IC with continuous internal self-discharge

The new MAX17320 Li+ fuel gauge IC and protection circuit from Maxim Integrated Products has extended run-time on multi-cell battery-powered products while also monitoring against self-discharge hazards.

Power
18th November 2020
Small quad-output SIMO PMIC achieves high power density

The recently announced MAX77655 SIMO PMIC (single-inductor multiple output power management IC) from Maxim Integrated Products, provides the highest-density power solution for extremely compact next-generation devices.

Design
12th November 2020
Boost factory productivity with intelligent actuator

The new Trinamic-branded PD42-1-1243-IOLINK intelligent actuator by Maxim Integrated Products has enabled modern smart factories to quickly and remotely adjust an actuator’s electrical characteristics to minimise factory downtime and maximise throughput. It combines a NEMA-17 stepper motor with controller and driver electronics.

Optoelectronics
5th November 2020
MAX25605 sequential LED controller cuts size in half

The MAX25605 sequential LED controller from Maxim Integrated Products aim to allow easy and cost-effective addition of automotive sequential LED lighting features. It saves development time and reduces design complexity by eliminating the need for a microcontroller or software. 

Events News
29th October 2020
Maxim lines up new products, demos for electronica 2020

Maxim Integrated will be showing new products as well as hosting demos and webinars on its stand at the virtual electronica 2020 (November 9-13).

Power
14th October 2020
Automotive USB power delivery ports with small solution size

Designers of automotive chargers now have the industry’s smallest and lowest-cost solution with the MAX25430 100W USB Power Delivery (PD) buck-boost controller and protector from Maxim Integrated Products. As the industry’s most integrated solution, the MAX25430 can reduce design size up to 40% compared to competitive solutions and offer the industry’s lowest cost for increasing the number of USB PD ports in vehicles.

Micros
8th October 2020
Neural network accelerator chip enables IoT AI in battery-powered devices

The MAX78000 low-power neural network accelerated microcontroller from Maxim Integrated Products, has aimed to move artificial intelligence (AI) to the edge without performance compromises in battery-powered internet of things (IoT) devices.

Sensors
5th October 2020
MAX25205 enables dynamic gesture sensing for automotive

Designers of automotive systems can now add dynamic hand-gesture controls with greater ease at a low cost and small size with the MAX25205 data acquisition system from Maxim Integrated Products. Featuring integrated optics and a 6x10 infrared (IR) sensor array, the MAX25205 detects swipe and hand-rotation gestures without the complexity of time-of-flight (ToF) cameras at a lower cost and up to 75% smaller size.

Design
18th September 2020
Analogue transceivers with enhanced fault detection and operation range

Designers requiring longer uptime for industrial automation applications can accelerate troubleshooting and communicate across larger networks with the MAX33012E controller area network (CAN) bus analogue transceiver and the MAX33072E RS-485 half-duplex transceiver from Maxim Integrated Products. 

Sensors
7th September 2020
Essential Analog sensor ICs for precision measurement

Designers of highly reliable cold-chain pharma and other temperature-sensing applications can achieve high accuracy and robust system operation with two new Essential Analog ICs from Maxim Integrated Products. The MAX31889 digital temperature sensor features a combination of accuracy and power consumption, replacing resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) in precise temperature-sensitive applications.

Power
12th August 2020
Maxim USB-C power delivery solutions reduce size

Overcome the challenges of implementing USB-C Power Delivery (PD) with the MAX77958 USB-C PD controller and the MAX77962 28W buck-boost charger recently introduced from Maxim Integrated Products.

Micros
22nd July 2020
MCU saves space on coin cell-operated IoT products

Designers of wirelessly connected, coin cell-operated internet of things (IoT) products can now reduce bill-of-materials (BOM) costs by one-third while also saving space and battery life with the MAX32666 microcontroller (MCU) from Maxim Integrated Products.

Sensors
10th July 2020
Heart sensor clips six months off product design times

Maxim Integrated’s MAXM86146 dual-photodetector optical sensor solution fits into tight spaces and enables lighter products for health wearables and fitness prodiucts

Industries
6th July 2020
MAX32670 low-power Arm Cortex-M4 MCU for IoT

Reduce power consumption and size while increasing reliability of industrial, healthcare IoT applications with the MAX32670 low-power Arm Cortex-M4 MCU with floating-point unit from Maxim Integrated Products. This device protects all embedded memory for both flash and SRAM with error-code correction (ECC) in order to provide the highest reliability MCU. 

Sponsored
Sponsored
12th June 2020
Design Safer, Smarter Cars with Innovative ICs

We don’t have flying cars yet. But for the vehicles on the streets today - and, likely, the models you’re developing for tomorrow - greater intelligence is in the roadmap. Sensors and cameras, power management ICs, high-speed serial links, RF products, and a host of other automotive-grade ICs are teaming up with your engineering ingenuity to produce safer, smarter cars.

Power
14th April 2020
SIMO PMIC extends battery life for wearable devices

  Wearable devices and hearables can be reduced in size and boast longer battery life, using the MAX77654 single inductor, multiple output (SIMO) power management IC (PMIC), says Maxim Integrated.

Sponsored
Sponsored
9th April 2020
Win A Maxim Integrated Essential Analog Sample Box

The Maxim Essential Analog toolkit contains a group of parts carefully selected to represent 20 product categories, highlighting key performance areas from power efficiency to precise measurement and rugged connectivity to reliable protection. These advanced Integrated Circuits (ICs) showcase an impressive range of features, including low power, low noise, multi-channel, high resolution, high accuracy and high speed.  Ready to optimis...

Security
19th March 2020
Why now is a good time to secure your embedded systems

Scott Jones, Managing Director, and Nathan Sharp, Senior Business Manager, Embedded Security at Maxim Integrated explain how cryptographic hash functions can enhance embedded systems' security.

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