Due to the evolving Coronavirus, Maxim Integrated will no longer be exhibiting at APEC. This decision was made to ensure the health of our employees as the Coronavirus spreads globally.

Time-consuming, resource-intensive…these are just a couple of phrases you might associate with power design. But it doesn't have to be that way—as you'll see at the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) in New Orleans.

Come see us at Booth 1409 for demos that show how you can simplify your power design while lowering power consumption, increasing reliability, and reducing board space. Experience demos including our EE-Sim® Design and Simulation Tool—which stresses the power design, not you! And hear from our tech experts during seminars and panel discussions.

We also invite you to book a private meeting with us, so we can discuss your design needs in more detail.

Applied Power Electronics (APEC)

03/15/2020 - 03/19/2020
New Orleans, LA

Experience Power Innovation First-Hand

Demos in our booth cover a variety of end application areas. Stop by and see them!

Automotive


  • Power for Automotive Displays: Experience automotive display power solutions, including the MAX16923 4-output display power solution with watchdog and a low-input-voltage, I2C, 4-channel 150mA LED driver supporting ASIL B
  • Dynamic Exterior Lighting: Drive dynamic exterior lighting with Maxim’s sequential turn controller and matrix manager solutions

Learn more: Automotive Power Management solutions ›

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Analog


  • nanoPower Technology for Longer Battery Life: nanoPower watch showcases the lowest quiescent current with the MAX17223 nanoPower synchronous boost converter with True Shutdown, DS1341 low-current I2C real-time clock for high-ESR crystals, MAX31875 low-power I2C temperature sensor, and MAX16140 nanoPower supervisor with manual reset input

Learn more: nanoPower Technology ›

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Industrial


  • Himalaya Switching Regulators: Thermal imaging showing heat generated by MAX17506 4.5V-60V, 5A, high-efficiency, synchronous step-down DC-DC converter with internal compensation and MAX17503 4.5V-60V, 2.5A, high-efficiency, synchronous step-down DC-DC converter with internal compensation versus competitive solution

Learn more: Himalaya Switching Regulators ›

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Cloud and Data Center


  • 60A Dual-Phase Salable Integrated Point-of-Load
  • 48V-12V High-Efficiency Switch Tank Converter
  • 1000W Multiphase High-Density Solution

Learn more: Datacenter Solutions ›

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Speaking Events


Hear Our Speakers at Panels and Seminars

Several of our technical experts will be participating in panels, seminars, and sessions during APEC. Mark these times and dates on your calendar:

  • 2:00p.m. to 2:30p.m., Monday, March 16: Dave Dwelley, Maxim vice president and CTO, will participate in a plenary session, "Power in Automotive: Beyond Just Power"
  • 8:55a.m. to 9:20a.m., Tuesday, March 17: Szukang Hsien, executive business manager in our Automotive Business Unit, will discuss "Can Functionally Safe Automotive Displays Ensure Driver and Passenger Safety?" during the Vehicle Electrification Industry Session
  • 9:45a.m. to 10:10a.m., Tuesday, March 17: Andrea Pizzutelli, executive director, applications, and Thurein Paing, senior principal member of the technical staff, both from our Cloud and Data Center Business Unit, will discuss "Integrated STC with Autonomous Zero-Current Switching and Monolithic Coupled L VRs for 48V-Core Datacenter Applications" during the Data Center Power Solution Ecosystem Industry Session
  • 6:00p.m. to 6:30p.m. Tuesday, March 17: Brooks Leman, senior principal member of the technical staff, Applications, will speak on "Where does the expertise for the next generation of magnetics come from? The Magnetics companies, or the engineer designing the power supply?"
  • 1:00p.m. to 1:30p.m., Wednesday, March 18: Leman will participate in an exhibitor seminar, "Getting the Most from SIMPLIS DC-DC Converter Simulation"

See you at APEC 2020!

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