March 7, 2018
|By: Christine Young
Blogger, Maxim Integrated
You're on a tight project deadline and you've got some questions on how to set up the real-time clock (RTC) circuit. Or you need some pointers on configuring the microcontroller for a particular mode. Maybe you want to learn more about setting up a chip so that it can communicate with a PC.
Did you know that Maxim has a YouTube playlist devoted to quick technical tips and tricks? The “Maxim Unfiltered” playlist features short videos, all under five minutes, with our engineers sharing their expertise.
See how you can use OneWireViewer software to get the DS1922 iButton to communicate with a PC.
How to Setup the DS1922 Thermochron with OneWireViewer
4:50 November 10, 2017
Get some tips on adding temperature measurement to wearable electronic designs. The video also presents an evaluation of the MAX17055 fuel gauge IC, which features an internal temperature sensor and thermistor-driving interface.
How to Measure Temperature in Portable Projects II - Using the MAX17055 Fuel Gauge
3:12 November 13, 2017
Learn more about designing with the MAX32630 ultra-low-power, high-performance Arm® Cortex®-M4F microcontroller for wearables. This IC, which features a floating-point unit, features four flexible power modes, a peripheral management unit, built-in dynamic clock gating, and firmware-controlled power gating.
How to Configure a Microcontroller for Deep Sleep Using the MAX32630
4:31 March 05, 2018
Bookmark this playlist, as we’ll continue to upload new videos. And just let us know if there’s a video topic you’d like us to cover.