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MAX13036EVCMAXQU, MAX13036EVKIT

MAX13036 Evaluation Kit/Evaluation System

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Description

The MAX13036 evaluation kit (EV kit) is a fully assembled and tested printed circuit board (PCB) that demonstrates the capabilities of the MAX13036 automotive contact monitor. The MAX13036 EV kit also includes Windows® 98SE/2000/XP-compatible software that provides a simple graphical user interface (GUI) for exercising the features of the MAX13036.

The MAX13036 evaluation system (EV system) includes a MAX13036 EV kit and a Maxim CMAXQUSB serial-interface board.

The CMAXQUSB board connects to a PC's USB port and allows the transfer of SPI commands to the MAX13036 EV kit.

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MAX13036 EVKIT Software

Key Features

  • 7V to 27V Operating Voltage Range
  • Proven PCB Layout
  • Windows 98SE/2000/XP-Compatible Evaluation Software
  • Fully Assembled and Tested
  • EV System: USB PC Connection
 

Applications/Uses

  • Body Computers
  • Electric Sunroofs
  • Other Control ECUs
  • Seat Movers
  • Window Lifters
   

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Document Ref.: 19-0925 Rev 0; 2007-08-09
This page last modified: 2007-08-09