Hearables


Hearables are an exciting emerging market, the perfect fusion of wearable innovation and in-ear technology that continues to gain mass market appeal. Hearables are typically wireless devices with stringent battery, power and size requirements due to the rigorous use they undergo and because they practically function as “smart headphones” or “miniaturized in-ear computers.” As hearables become more integrated with other mobile devices such as smartphones, there is an even greater need for increased memory, faster processing, higher accuracy, longer battery life and efficient power management, all within a miniature form factor for in-ear applications in both wireless and tethered environments.

Common Uses:

  • Health/Biometrics Monitoring
  • Fitness Tracking/Activity Monitoring
  • Personal Entertainment
  • Navigation
  • Virtual Assistance
  • Personal Safety
  • Language Translation
  • Augmented Reality
  • Hearing Assistance


Applications


In-Ear/Over-Ear Tethered Hearable


Fuel Gauge Bio Sensors PMIC


True Wireless Untethered Hearable


PMIC PMIC Fuel Gauge Fuel Gauge Bio Sensors Bio Sensors

Solutions


Power Management

Power management circuits for hearables must be extremely small and efficient while supporting multiple battery types and providing the variety of rails needed for different circuit blocks. To reduce solution size, hearables rely on power management ICs (PMICs) which integrate several functions, such as regulation and charging, into a single compact device. The most versatile PMICs will support a wide input voltage range to support a variety of battery types over their entire range, from full charge to near empty. In addition to low-power operation and high efficiency, the more independent regulators that a PMIC provides improves solution efficiency for in-ear devices since the individual power rails can be tailored to the specific needs of the system.

PMICs for Hearables 
Buck-Boost Regulators for Hearables 

Battery Management

Battery management becomes critical for hearables because they require tiny batteries and demand highly accurate fuel gauges that maximize battery life to prevent premature or sudden shutdown. Our family of ModelGauge™ fuel gauges maximizes battery run-times and feature EZ configuration which eliminates time-consuming battery characterization work. Our battery management ICs help reduce costs and solution size all while extending the crucial battery life needed for hearable devices.

Battery Chargers for Hearables 
Battery Fuel Gauges for Hearables 

Audio Codecs and Headphone Amplifiers

Hearables require small, power-efficient audio solutions that enable engineers to design smaller, more comfortable in-ear devices while maintaining the high audio fidelity demanded by consumers. Furthermore, the move away from the 3.5mm jack and increased focus on wireless devices has greatly increased the need for small and efficient audio solutions. Maxim's audio solutions enable smaller, more comfortable hearables while offering the opportunity to integrate more functionality into the hearable and/or increase battery life. As hearables add functionality, they become increasingly complex and require solutions which can be as flexible as possible. The MAX98090 integrates an industry-leading, flexible clock lock-on mechanism that can operate in both the master and slave modes and at almost any frequency.

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Audio CODECs for Hearables 
Headphone Amplifiers for Hearables 

Processing

Power usage and processing capabilities are the most important selection criteria for a microcontroller for hearable applications. A system partitioning strategy should be used to decide which system functions are best integrated into the microcontroller and which can be handled externally. Because hearable devices read pulse and other body signals, the capabilities of any on-chip analog circuitry must be considered to ensure they can accurately process low-level body signals.

Low-Power Microcontrollers for Hearables 

BioSensors

Hearables that monitor biometric signals typically require one or more in-ear optical sensors. Optical sensors use the reflection from an integrated LED to measure blood oxygen, pulse rate or other vital signs. To generate enough light intensity, the LEDs need to run at higher voltages (4V to 5V) than the typical range of Lithium-ion (Li+) batteries. The sensors used in hearables must also fit a small form factor while providing robust operation. Hearable solutions that provide plug-and-play software and robust algorithms help to simplify design.

Bio-Sensors for Hearables 


Featured Products


Power Management

High-Efficiency Buck-Boost Regulator

MAX77801

The MAX77801 is a high-current, high-efficiency buck-boost targeted to mobile applications that use a Li-ion battery or similar chemistries. The MAX77801 utilizes a four-switch H-bridge configuration to support buck and boost operating modes. Buck-boost provides 2.60V to 4.1875V of output voltage range and up to 2A output current.

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Dual Input, Power Path, 3A Switching Mode Charger

MAX77818

High-performance companion PMIC with ModelGaugeTM m5 fuel gauge technology.

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High-Performance, Ultra-Low-Power Stereo Audio Codec with FlexSound® Technology DSP

MAX98090

Fully integrated audio codec includes analog/digital microphone input, stereo Class D speaker amplifier, and DirectDrive headphone amplifier for portable applications.

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Ultra-Low-Power, Stereo Audio Codec

MAX9867

Includes stereo differential microphone inputs integrated with an auxiliary battery-measurement ADC and capacitorless headphone amps.

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Wearable Power Management Solution for Primary Cells

MAX20310

Wearable Power Management for Single-Cell Zinc Air, Silver Oxide, and Alkaline Battery Architectures

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Wearable Charge-Management Solution

MAX14690

Extends Battery Life of Wearable Electronics

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Ultra-Low Power PMIC with 3-Output SIMO and Charger Optimized for Small Li+ Batteries

MAX77650-MAX77651

Highly Integrated with Ultra-Low 6.5µA Operating Current

Battery Management

High-Efficiency Buck-Boost Regulator

MAX77801

The MAX77801 is a high-current, high-efficiency buck-boost targeted to mobile applications that use a Li-ion battery or similar chemistries. The MAX77801 utilizes a four-switch H-bridge configuration to support buck and boost operating modes. Buck-boost provides 2.60V to 4.1875V of output voltage range and up to 2A output current.

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Dual Input, Power Path, 3A Switching Mode Charger

MAX77818

High-performance companion PMIC with ModelGaugeTM m5 fuel gauge technology.

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3µA 1-Cell/2-Cell Fuel Gauge with ModelGauge

MAX17048EVKIT

Smallest, lowest power fuel gauge with proven, voltage-only ModelGauge algorithm.

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7µA 1-Cell Fuel Gauge with ModelGauge m5 EZ

MAX17055XEVKIT

Combines coulomb counting and voltage fuel gauging for highest SOC accuracy.

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1A Linear Li+ Battery Charger with Integrated Pass FET and Thermal Regulation in 2mm x 2mm TDFN

MAX8808X/Y/Z

Simplest and Smallest Charging Solution for Hand-Held Equipment

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Industry's Smallest 1.55A 1-Cell Li+ DC-DC Charger

MAX8971

This device charges quickly with minimal heat generation. It charges from variety of adapters and maximizes Safety featuring JEITA-compliant temperature monitoring and withstands transient inputs up to 22V.

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3µA 1-Cell Fuel Gauge with ModelGauge

MAX17048

Maximize Battery Run-Time with Industry's Smallest Size, Lowest Power Fuel Gauge

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7µA 1-Cell Fuel Gauge with ModelGauge m5 EZ

MAX17055

ModelGauge m5 EZ Eliminates Battery Characterization

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7µA 1-Cell Fuel Gauge with ModelGauge m5 EZ

MAX17055

Low IQ fuel gauge for precision measurements of current, voltage, and temperature.

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Wearable Power Management Solution for Primary Cells

MAX20310

Wearable Power Management for Single-Cell Zinc Air, Silver Oxide, and Alkaline Battery Architectures

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Wearable Charge-Management Solution

MAX14690

Extends Battery Life of Wearable Electronics

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Ultra-Low-Power PMIC with 3-Output SIMO

MAX77650

PMIC features SIMO buck-boost regulator and a 150mA LDO.

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Processing

BioSensors

High-Sensitivity Pulse Oximeter and Heart-Rate Sensor

MAX30102

Pulse Oximeter and Heart-Rate Biosensor for Wearable Health

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Audio Codecs

High-Performance, Ultra-Low-Power Stereo Audio Codec with FlexSound® Technology DSP

MAX98090

Fully integrated audio codec includes analog/digital microphone input, stereo Class D speaker amplifier, and DirectDrive headphone amplifier for portable applications.

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EZ Setup of MAX17055 ModelGauge m5 Low IQ Stand-Alone Fuel Gauge
8:16 min
March 2017



Fundamentals of Battery Fuel Gauges
27:37 min
August 2018



Eliminate Battery Characterization with the MAX17263 Fuel Gauge and ModelGauge m5 EZ
10:21 min
March 2019



Faster Battery Fuel Gauging Using the MAX17260 Fuel Gauge with ModelGauge M5 EZ
6:37 min
March 2019



Plug-and-Play Battery Fuel Gauging with the MAX17262 and ModelGauge m5 EZ
5:21 min
March 2019



Highly Accurate Battery Fuel Gauging Using the MAX17261 Fuel Gauge and ModelGauge M5 EZ
7:22 min
March 2019



Embedded Security Solutions Using Secure Authenticators
45:08 min
June 2017



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX20310 Ultra-Low Quiescent Current PMIC with SIMO Buck-Boost for Wearable Applications
0:16:05 min
January 2017



Introduction to the MAX86140 and MAX86141 Optical Pulse Oximeter and Heart-Rate Sensor
12:25 min
September 2017



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX20303 Wearable Charge Management Solution
15:58 min
October 2017



Heart Rate Monitor Demo
25:30 min
August 2016



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX40007 nanoPower Op Amp in Ultra-Tiny WLP and SOT23 Packages
0:13:44 min
December 2016



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX40006 Micropower, Rail-to-Rail, 300kHz Op Amp with Shutdown in a Tiny, 6-Bump WLP
12:47 min
December 2016



Pulse Oximetry Measurement: Wearable Oxygen Monitor for Active Lifestyles
2:06 min
November 2014



Fit Two Shirt: A Wearable Wellness Platform Example
2:08 min
November 2014



Body Temperature Measurement: Send and Receive With Wearable NFC
2:00 min
November 2014



Wellness Watch: A Wearable Wellness Platform Example
2:25 min
November 2014



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX32664 Ultra-Low Power Biometric Sensor Hub
15:11 min
April 2018



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX32664 Ultra-Low Power Biometric Sensor Hub
12:27 min
April 2018



Introducing the MAX-HEALTH-BAND Heart Rate and Activity Monitor
7:58 min
June 2018



Introducing the MAX-ECG-MONITOR Wearable ECG and Heart Monitor
5:17 min
June 2018



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX20330 Programmable OVP Controller with VBUS Short Detection
15:18 min
July 2018



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX22444-45-46 Four-Channel, Fast, Low-Power, Reinforced Isolation 5kVRMS Digital Isolators
14:25 min
July 2018



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX30002 Ultra-Low-Power Bioimpedance (BioZ) AFE
22:21 min
July 2018



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX20307 High Frequency Optimized Configurable eGaN Driver
16:24 min
July 2018



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX14745 and MAX20335 PMICs with Ultra Low IQ Voltage Regulators and Battery Charger for Small Lithium Ion Systems
18:59 min
August 2018



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX20330 Programmable OVP Controller with VBUS Short Detection
16:59 min
July 2018



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX22444-45-46 Four-Channel, Fast, Low-Power, Reinforced Isolation 5kVRMS Digital Isolators
15:46 min
July 2018



Introduction to the MAX22444-45-46 Four-Channel, Fast, Low-Power, Reinforced Isolation 5kVRMS Digital Isolators
10:31 min
July 2018



[Internal] Introduction to the MA17261 5.1µA Multi-Cell Fuel Gauge with ModelGauge m5 EZ
17:02 min
June 2018



Introduction to the MAX20307 High Frequency Optimized Configurable eGaN Driver
07:37 min
July 2018



Introduction to the MAX20330 Programmable OVP Controller with VBUS Short Detection
09:01 min
July 2018



Introduction to the MAX30002 Ultra-Low-Power Bioimpedance (BioZ) AFE
09:03 min
July 2018



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX20330A Precision HV Capable ID Detector
6:30 min
August 2018



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX32650/51/52 Low Power ARM Cortex-M4 with FPU-Based Microcontroller for Battery Powered Applications
27:42 min
February 2018



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX32660 Low Power ARM Cortex-M4 with FPU-Based SOC for Wearable Sensors
22:19 min
February 2018



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX32660 Low Power ARM Cortex-M4 with FPU-Based SOC for Wearable Sensors
32:08 min
February 2018



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX32650/51/52 Low Power ARM Cortex-M4 with FPU-Based Microcontroller for Battery Powered Applications
31:52 min
February 2018



Wristband Health Monitoring Demo with MAX86141
4:55 min
November 2017



Make High-Accuracy Biopotential and BioZ Measurements with MAX30001
3:52 min
November 2017



In-Ear Heart-Rate Monitor Demo - electronica 2018
1:06 min
November 2018



Wearable Fitness/Medical and IoT Power Demo - electronica 2018
3:29 min
November 2018



Introduction to the MAX20326 Dual Precision Bus Accelerator
2:21 min
October 2018



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX20326 Dual Precision Bus Accelerator
4:29 min
October 2018



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX20326 Dual Precision Bus Accelerator
4:08 min
October 2018



Introducing the Health Sensor Platform 2.0 (MAXREFDES101)
2:45 min
September 2018



Introduction to the MAX17262 5.2µA 1-Cell Fuel Gauge with ModelGauge m5 EZ and Internal Current Sensing
7:42 min
August 2018



Introduction to the MAX20327 12V Capable, Low-RON, Beyond-the-Rails DPDT Analog Switches
2:36 min
September 2018



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX17263 Single/Multi-Cell Fuel Gauge with ModelGauge m5 EZ and Integrated LED Control
13:51 min
August 2018



Introduction to the MAX17263 Single/Multi-Cell Fuel Gauge with ModelGauge m5 EZ and Integrated LED Control
08:03 min
August 2018



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX20327 12V Capable, Low-RON, Beyond-the-Rails DPDT Analog Switches
5:44 min
August 2018



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX17262 5.2µA 1-Cell Fuel Gauge with ModelGauge m5 EZ and Internal Current Sensing
12:43 min
August 2018



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX14745 and MAX20335 PMICs with Ultra Low IQ Voltage Regulators and Battery Charger for Small Lithium Ion Systems
16:28 min
August 2018



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX17262 5.2µA 1-Cell Fuel Gauge with ModelGauge m5 EZ and Internal Current Sensing
10:55 min
August 2018



[Internal] Introduction to the MAXM86161 Single-Supply Integrated Optical Module for HR and SpO2 Measurement
5:17 min
May 2019



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX31341B MAX31341C Low-Current, Real-Time Clock with I2C Interface and Power Management
7:43 min
May 2019



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX16150 Nano-Power Pushbutton ON/OFF Controller and Battery Freshness Seal
12:04 min
February 2019



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX86170A MAX86170B MAX86171 Best-in-Class Optical Pulse Oximeter and Heart-Rate Sensor AFE for Wearable Health
25:09 min
June 2019



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX16152 MAX16153* MAX16154* and MAX16155 nanoPower Supervisor and Watchdog Timer
11:04 min
May 2019



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX20343 Ultra Low Quiescent Current, Low Noise 3.5W Buck-Boost Regulator
13:20 min
May 2019



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX30208 Low-Power, High-Accuracy Digital Temp Sensor
17:43 min
June 2019



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX16158 Nanopower, Tiny Supervisor with Manual Reset Input
8:38 min
December 2019



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX20340 Bidirectional DC Powerline Communication Management IC
8:19 min
December 2019



Introduction to the MAX30131 MAX30132 MAX30134 4-Channel Ultra-low Power Electrochemical Sensor AFE
8:25 min
November 2019



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX30131 MAX30132 MAX30134 4-Channel, 2-Channel, 1-Channel Ultra-low Power Electrochemical Sensor AFE
21:18 min
October 2019



How to Accurately Measure Human Body Temperature Using the MAX30208
4:18 min
July 2020



Introduction to the MAX86916 Integrated Optical Sensor Module for Mobile Health
6:34 min
April 2020



Introduction to the MAX20353 Wearable Charge Management Solution
6:53 min
April 2020



Introduction to the MAX16158 Nanopower, Tiny Supervisor with Manual Reset Input
3:28 min
April 2020



How to Quickly Measure SpO2, HR, and HRV Blood from Your Wrist Using the MAXREFDES103
3:45 min
June 2020



How to Get Your Healthcare Wearable Off the Ground Faster
1:45 min
June 2020



How Remote Patient Monitoring Can Help Us Battle COVID-19
2:39 min
June 2020



Introduction to the MAX31825 1-Wire® Temperature Sensor With ±1°C Accuracy
9:52 min
June 2020



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX20327 12V Capable, Low-RON, Beyond-the-Rails DPDT Analog Switches
4:54 min
August 2018



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX20330A Precision HV Capable ID Detector
5:36 min
August 2018



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX77654 Ultra-Low Power PMIC Featuring Single-Inductor, 3-Output Buck-Boost, 2-LDOs, Power Path Charger for Small Li+, and Ship Mode
09:44 min
June 2019



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX86170A MAX86170B MAX86171 Best-in-Class Optical Pulse Oximeter and Heart-Rate Sensor AFE for Wearable Health
19:37 min
June 2019



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX16142 Nanopower, Tiny Supervisory with Manual Reset Input
8:30 min
February 2019



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX16150 Nano-Power Pushbutton ON/OFF Controller and Battery Freshness Seal
10:31 min
February 2019



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX20343 Ultra Low Quiescent Current, Low Noise 3.5W Buck-Boost Regulator
12:19 min
May 2019



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAXM86161 Single-Supply Integrated Optical Module for HR and SpO2 Measurement
4:31 min
May 2019



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX31341B MAX31341C Low-Current, Real-Time Clock with I2C Interface and Power Management
6:43 min
May 2019



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX30208 Low-Power, High-Accuracy Digital Temp Sensor
13:23 min
June 2019



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX16152 MAX16153* MAX16154* and MAX16155 nanoPower Supervisor and Watchdog Timer
9:09 min
May 2019



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX20340 Bidirectional DC Powerline Communication Management IC
7:27 min
December 2019



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX16158 Nanopower, Tiny Supervisor with Manual Reset Input
7:49 min
December 2019



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX30131 MAX30132 MAX30134 4-Channel, 2-Channel, 1-Channel Ultra-low Power Electrochemical Sensor AFE
16:37 min
October 2019



Introduction to the MAX20343 Ultra Low Quiescent Current, Low Noise 3.5W Buck-Boost Regulator
7:54 min
October 2019



Introduction to the MAX20330A Precision HV Capable ID Detector
2:50 min
August 2018



Introduction to the MAX14745 and MAX20335 PMICs with Ultra Low IQ Voltage Regulators and Battery Charger for Small Lithium Ion Systems
9:32 min
August 2018



Introduction to the MAX77654 Ultra-Low Power PMIC Featuring Single-Inductor, 3-Output Buck-Boost, 2-LDOs, Power Path Charger for Small Li+, and Ship Mode
5:36 min
October 2019



Introduction to the MAX16152 MAX16153* MAX16154* and MAX16155 nanoPower Supervisor and Watchdog Timer
4:52 min
May 2019



Introduction to the MAX20340 Bidirectional DC Powerline Communication Management IC
3:35 min
January 2019



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX86916 Integrated Optical Sensor Module for Mobile Health
15:21 min
February 2020



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX20353 Wearable Charge Management Solution
14:35 min
February 2020



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX17303 MAX17313 1-Cell ModelGauge m5 EZ Fuel Gauge with Protector
14:43 min
March 2019



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX77654 Ultra-Low Power PMIC Featuring Single-Inductor, 3-Output Buck-Boost, 2-LDOs, Power Path Charger for Small Li+, and Ship Mode
12:05 min
June 2019



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX326xx Family of High-Performance, Ultra-Low Power ARM Cortex Microcontrollers
36:36 min
December 2017



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX32670 High Reliability, Ultra Low Power Microcontroller powered by ARM Cortex M4 w/ FPU for Industrial and IoT
16:17 min
May 2020



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX31825 1-Wire® Temperature Sensor With ±1°C Accuracy
16:17 min
April 2020



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX16142 nanoPower, Tiny Supervisor with Manual Reset Input
9:55 min
February 2019



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX31825 1-Wire® Temperature Sensor With ±1°C Accuracy
14:30 min
April 2020



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX86916 Integrated Optical Sensor Module for Mobile Health
11:26 min
February 2020



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX20353 Wearable Charge Management Solution
12:43 min
February 2020



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX32670 High Reliability, Ultra Low Power Microcontroller powered by ARM Cortex M4 w/ FPU for Industrial and IoT
13:50 min
May 2020



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX17303 MAX17313 1-Cell ModelGauge m5 EZ Fuel Gauge with Protector
11:48 min
March 2019



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX30002 Ultra-Low-Power Bioimpedance (BioZ) AFE
18:31 min
July 2018



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX20307 High Frequency Optimized Configurable eGaN Driver
13:31 min
July 2018



[Distributor] Introduction to the MA17261 5.1µA Multi-Cell Fuel Gauge with ModelGauge m5 EZ
13:20 min
June 2018



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX17263 Single/Multi-Cell Fuel Gauge with ModelGauge m5 EZ and Integrated LED Control
11:34 min
August 2018



How to Update the Firmware on the MAXREFDES101 Health Sensor Platform 2.0
1:57 min
August 2019



How to Set Up the MAXREFDES117 Heart-Rate and Pulse-Oximetry Monitor with an Arduino Board
3:01 min
July 2019



Introduction to the MAX86170A MAX86170B MAX86171 Best-in-Class Optical Pulse Oximeter and Heart-Rate Sensor AFE for Wearable Health
12:03 min
January 2020



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAXM86146 Complete Optical Biosensing Module with Ultra-Low-Power Biometric Sensor Hub
11:05 min
June 2020



[Internal] Introduction to the MAXM86146 Complete Optical Biosensing Module with Ultra-Low-Power Biometric Sensor Hub
15:37 min
June 2020



Introduction to the MAXM86146 Complete Optical Biosensing Module with Ultra-Low-Power Biometric Sensor Hub
3:54 min
August 2020



MAX98090 Evaluation Board Quick Setup
10:32 min
August 2014



Enhance Battery Life and Sound Quality for Hearables and Wearables with the MAX98090
3:23 min
April 2018



Increase Battery Life and Efficiency with PMICs at Less Than Half the Size
3:35 min
June 2017



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX77650-51 Ultra Low-Power PMIC for Hearables and IoT Applications
0:10:06 min
April 2017



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX77278 Ultra-Low Power PMIC with 3-Output SIMO, Power Path Charger for Small Li+, 425mA Current Sink, and 8 GPIO
09:37 min
July 2018



Introduction to the MAX77278 Ultra-Low Power PMIC with 3-Output SIMO, Power Path Charger for Small Li+, 425mA Current Sink, and 8 GPIO
05:19 min
July 2018



[Internal] Introduction to the MAX77640 and MAX77641 Ultra-Low Power PMIC with 3-Output SIMO, 150mA LDO, and Power Sequencer
09:14 min
August 2018



Introduction to the MAX77640 and MAX77641 Ultra-Low Power PMIC with 3-Output SIMO, 150mA LDO, and Power Sequencer
04:16 min
August 2018



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX20345 PMIC with Ultra Low Iq Voltage Regulators, OHR Driver and Charger for Small Lithium Ion Systems
17:19 min
November 2018



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX77278 Ultra-Low Power PMIC with 3-Output SIMO, Power Path Charger for Small Li+, 425mA Current Sink, and 8 GPIO
08:34 min
April 2018



[Distributor] Introduction to the MAX77640 and MAX77641 Ultra-Low Power PMIC with 3-Output SIMO, 150mA LDO, and Power Sequencer
08:16 min
August 2018