The MAXREFDES101# is a unique evaluation and development platform in a wrist-worn wearable form factor that demonstrates the functions of a wide range of Maxim’s products for health-sensing applications. This second-generation health sensor platform (a follow-on to the MAXREFDES100#) integrates a PPG analog-front-end (AFE) sensor (MAX86141), a biopotential AFE (MAX30001), a human body temperature sensor (MAX30205), a microcontroller (MAX32630), a power-management IC (MAX20303), and a 6-axis accelerometer/gyroscope. The complete platform includes a watch enclosure and a biometric sensor hub with an embedded heart-rate algorithm (MAX32664). Algorithm output and raw data can be streamed through Bluetooth® to an Android® app or PC GUI for demonstration, evaluation, and customized development.
Design files, firmware, and software can be found under the Design Resources tab. The board is also available for purchase.
Introducing the Health Sensor Platform 2.0 (MAXREFDES101)
2:45 September 20, 2018
The MAXREFDES101# is the second generation in our family of health sensor development platforms. Like the previous generation, MAXREFDES100#, the MAXREFDES101# enables quick evaluation of our portfolio of wearable products to significantly shorten the development time for custom fitness, health, and clinical applications.
The MAXREFDES101# platform includes the following key components
MAXREFDES101# sensor board stacked.
MAXREFDES101# system diagram.
Download, read, and carefully follow each step in the appropriate MAXREFDES101#User Guide.
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Download, read, and carefully follow each step in the appropriate MAXREFDES101# User Guide.
The ARM mbed development environment is supported for developers who want to customize the operation of the platform. The companion MAXREFDES101HDK# programming adapter that ships with the platform provides driverless drag-and-drop programming for firmware updates as well as a virtual UART interface and CMSIS-DAP compatible debugger. More details on firmware development and source code examples ›