The Maxim IoT Platform equips anyone interested in quickly creating a connected device, from distance-learning students to makers, to do so wherever they are. The modular platform consists of a central microcontroller board, the MAX32630FTHR, and four attached peripheral boards, or sensor wings. Since the peripheral boards include sensors for body temperature and heart-rate monitoring, users can use the platform to prototype connected designs such as health monitoring applications. Available demo software uses the Bluetooth Low Energy radio on the MAX32630FTHR to connect the system to an Android or iOS device, which pushes data to the Arm® Mbed™ Device Connector or Adafruit IO for data display and analysis. The platform comes with free online development tools and open-source libraries via the Arm Mbed IoT Device Platform, enabling faster prototyping. Maxim has teamed up with Cal Poly San Luis Obispo to develop an upper-division IoT course based the IoT Platform. If you’re interested in working with us to create a unique course offering for your university program, contact us.
Empowering IoT Innovation at Cal Poly
3:06 May 26, 2018
|MAX32630FTHR||Central microcontroller for wearable applications||Buy|
|MAX11301WING||PIXI 20-port programmable analog IO||Buy|
|MAX30003WING||Clinical-grade ECG analog front-end||Buy|
|MAX30205EVSYS||Clinical-grade human body temperature sensor||Buy|
*MAX32625PICO is included with your order of the MAX32630FTHR