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Analog ICs provide complete analog circuit functions, from the simple to the complex, in a single chip. Analog devices are necessary to interface real-world signals to electronic and digital systems. Our wide selection of analog products include op amps, current sense amps, audio and video amplifiers, data converters, analog filters, analog switches and multiplexers and sensor interface devices. These high-performance analog products include high accuracy, high precision, low noise, low power, and high-voltage options in a variety of package sizes. Our analog devices support a wide variety of applications including industrial, communication, automotive, healthcare and consumer products.

Amplifiers

We offer a wide selection of amplifiers and comparators for signal conditioning, monitoring, and...

Comparators

Maxim continues to innovate with the recent introduction of low pin count comparators that do no...

Audio

Our audio products are the sound and voices behind many top brands of mobile, computing, portabl...

Video

Our video ICs cover the complete video-processing signal chain from video input, to video proces...

Data Converters

Our portfolio of data converters is one of the largest in the industry. Maxim Integrated’s diver...

Real-Time Clocks

Real-time clock (RTC) ICs are used in electronic circuits to keep track of time relative to the ...

Analog Switches and Multiplexers

We offer the industry's broadest selection of low-on-resistance, high-performance analog switche...

Voltage References

Maxim Integrated offers an industry-leading portfolio of shunt and series voltage reference ICs....

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MAX9895A Active Noise-Cancelling Headphone Amplifier Subsystem

The MAX9895A is a complete audio subsystem for active noise-cancelling (ANC) stereo headphones a...
  • Low Headphone Amplifier Noise
  • Low-Noise Microphone Preamplifiers
  • Stereo Capacitorless Headphone Amplifiers
  • MAX31331 Ultra-Low-Power, I<sup>2</sup>C Real-Time Clock and Power Management

    MAX31331 Ultra-Low-Power, I2C Real-Time Clock and Power Management

    The MAX31331 ultra-low power, real-time clock (RTC) is a time-keeping device that consumes nomin...
    • Ultra-Low-Power Extends Run Time
      • 65nA Timekeeping Current
      • 1.1V to 5.5V Timekeeping Voltage Range
      • Automatic Switchover to Backup Supply on Power Fail Event
      • Trickle Charger for External Supercapacitor or Rechargeable Battery
    • Small Footprint and Low BOM
      • 1.66mm x 1.26mm 12-bump WLP
      • 3mm x 3mm 10-pin TDFN
      • No External Load Capacitors Required
    • Provides Flexibility
      • Wide Range of External Crystals Supported (No External Loading Required)
      • Frequency Correction with <0.5ppm Resolution
      • 1.62V to 5.5V Interface Voltage Range
    • Value-Added Features for Ease of Use
      • Event Detection with Dedicated Pin
      • Timestamps for Various Events
      • Low Battery Voltage Detection
      • 1/128 Second Register
      • Alarms and Countdown Timer
      • 32-byte User RAM
    MAX40070 High Voltage, Low Power Comparator

    MAX40070 High Voltage, Low Power Comparator

    MAX40070/MAX40072 is a family of single micropower comparators ideal for a wide variety of batte...
    • Low Operating Current of 16µA (typ)
    • Input Voltage Range from 0V to 27.5V
    • 2µs Propagation Delay
    • ​Internal High-Precision Voltage Reference
    • Internal Current Source for Customized Thresholds and Hysteresis with External Resistors
    • Open-Drain Output
    • Tiny 8-Bump WLP (0.35mm pitch) and TDFN (2mm x 2mm) Packages
    • -40°C to 125°C Temperature Range
    MAX40072 High Voltage, Low Power Comparator

    MAX40072 High Voltage, Low Power Comparator

    MAX40070/MAX40072 is a family of single micropower comparators ideal for a wide variety of batte...
    • Low Operating Current of 16µA (typ)
    • Input Voltage Range from 0V to 27.5V
    • 2µs Propagation Delay
    • ​Internal High-Precision Voltage Reference
    • Internal Current Source for Customized Thresholds and Hysteresis with External Resistors
    • Open-Drain Output
    • Tiny 8-Bump WLP (0.35mm pitch) and TDFN (2mm x 2mm) Packages
    • -40°C to 125°C Temperature Range
    MAX40213 Transimpedance Amplifiers with Selectable Gain and Input Current Clamp

    MAX40213 Transimpedance Amplifiers with Selectable Gain and Input Current Clamp

    The MAX40213 is a transimpedance amplifier for optical distance measurement receivers in LiDAR a...
    • Optimized for CIN = 0.25pF to 5pF
    • Bandwidth = 300MHz (typ)
    • 1.1pA/√Hz Input-Referred Noise
    • Two Pin-Selectable Transimpedance Values (RL = 1kΩ)
      • 150kΩ
      • 750kΩ
    • Internal Clamp for Input Current up to 2A (Transient)
    • Fast Overload Recovery: 25ns at 100mA
    • Offset Input ​Provides Offset Adjust Feature
    • SD Input Shuts Down Internal Circuitry
    • 3.3V Operation
    • 1.75mm x 1.24mm, 8-Bump WLP
    MAX40263 1.8V, 15MHz, Low-Offset, Low-Power, Rail-toRail Dual Op-Amp with Individual Shutdown

    MAX40263 1.8V, 15MHz, Low-Offset, Low-Power, Rail-toRail Dual Op-Amp with Individual Shutdown

    The MAX40263 is a dual-channel operational amplifier with two channels that can be disabled sepa...
    • Wide Supply Range from 1.8V to 5.5V over the -40°C to +125°C Range
    •  Low 50μV (Max) Input Offset Voltage with Power-On Autocalibration at +25°C
    • 15 MHz Unity-Gain Bandwidth
    • Low 12.7nV/√Hz Input Voltage-Noise Density
    • 750μA Quiescent Current per Channel
    • Rail-to-Rail Inputs and Outputs
    • <1.5pA Low Input Bias Current at +25°C
    • Power-Saving Shutdown Mode
    • Separate Shutdown for Each Channel
    MAX98361 Tiny, Cost-Effective, Plug-and-Play Digital Class-D Amplifier

    MAX98361 Tiny, Cost-Effective, Plug-and-Play Digital Class-D Amplifier

    The MAX98361A/B/C/D is an easy-to-use, low-cost, digital pulse-code modulation (PCM) input Class...
    • Simple Plug-and-Play Design
    • Single-Supply Operation (2.5V to 5.5V)
    • 3.2W Output Power into 4Ω at 5V
    • 2.2mA Quiescent Current
    • 1ms Turn-On Time (for MAX98361A and MAX98361B)
    • 92% Efficiency (RL = 8Ω, THD+N = 10%)
    • 10μVRMS Output Noise
    • 110dB Dynamic Range
    • Low 0.009% THD+N at 1kHz
    • No MCLK Required
    • Sample Rates of 8kHz to 96kHz
    • Supports Left, Right, or (Left/2 + Right/2) Output in I2S and Left-Justified Modes
    • Sophisticated Edge Rate Control Enables Filterless Class-D Outputs
    • 81dB PSRR at 217Hz
    • 1.5μA Standby Current Allows Elimination of GPIO for EN Pin
    • Low RF Susceptibility Rejects TDMA Noise from GSM Radios
    • Class-D Switching Frequency Trimmed to 5% for Better EMI Planning
    • Extensive Click-and-Pop Reduction Circuitry
    • Robust Short-Circuit and Thermal Protection
    • Available in Space-Saving Package: 9-Pin WLP (0.4mm Pitch) 
    • 3.69mm2 Solution Size for WLP With A Single Bypass Capacitor

    MAX32007 Octal 3.0Gbps DCL with Integrated Level Setting DACs, Cable Droop Compensation, and PMU switches

    The MAX32007 is a fully integrated, high performance, high speed 3Gbps octal-channel pin electro...
    • Low Power at High-Speed Maximizes Driver Performance
      • Typical 0.89W Per Channel Power Dissipation
      • 10nA Low-Leak Mode
      • High-Speed Data Rate (50Ω)
        • 3.0Gbps Typical at 0.1Vpp
        • 2.5Gbps Typical at 0.5Vpp
        • 2.4Gbps Typical at 0.75Vpp
        • 1.3Gbps Typical at 1.5Vpp
      • Voltage Range from -1.5V to +4.5V
      • Integrated VHH Programming Mode (4th-Level Drive) up to 7.1V
    • Integrated Functionality Provides Value-Add Features
      • Integrated ±12mA Passive Load
      • Programmable Double Time Constant Cable Droop Compensation–Drive and Receive Paths
      • Digital Slew-Rate Control for EMI-Sensitive Applications
      • 64 Independent 14-bit Level-Setting DACs
      • 50MHz SPI Interface
    MAX98050 Low-power, High-Performance Audio CODEC

    MAX98050 Low-power, High-Performance Audio CODEC

    The MAX98050 is a low-power, high-performance audio CODEC with integrated low-latency digital fi...
    • Low-Latency Digital Filter Channels
      • 96kHz/192kHz/384kHz Sample Rate Options
      • Channel Support Applications Including Feed-Forward (FF) and Feedback (FB) ANC, Ambient/Voice Enhancement and Transparency, and Playback Compensation
      • Filters Allowing Smooth, Dynamic Transitions / Updates without Playback Disruption
    • Mono Headphone Playback Channel
      • High-Efficiency Hybrid Class-AB/D Amplifier
      • 114dB Playback Dynamic Range
      • 2.55mW PQ (fS = 48kHz, No Noise Gate)
      • 1.9mW PQ (fS = 48kHz, With Noise Gate)
    • Three Microphone Record Channels 
      • Analog or Digital Microphone Inputs
      • 107dB Dynamic Range (AMIC Single-Ended)
      • 113dB Dynamic Range (AMIC Differential))
      • 5.3mW PQ (fS = 16kHz, 2 AMIC Record)
      • 2.1mW PQ (fS = 16kHz, 2 DMIC Record)
    • Playback with ANC Filter Profile (fS = 192kHz)
      • 9.85mW PQ (AMIC FF+FB Profile)
      • 6.7mW PQ (AMIC FF Only Profile)
      • 7mW PQ (DMIC FF+FB Profile)
    • Full-Scale Playback Power at 1% THD+N:
      • 31mW into 32Ω (1VRMS Full-Scale Mode)
      • 15mW into 32Ω (Reduced Swing Mode)
      • 61mW into 16Ω (1VRMS Full-Scale Mode)
    • Flexible I2S/TDM Digital Audio Interface
      • Support for 16/24/32-Bit Audio Data
      • Playback Sample Rates of 8kHz to 192kHz 
      • No High-Speed Master Clock Required 
    • Audio CODEC Evaluation Platform Available
      • Includes Maxim Reference Headset Design 
    • 6.7mm2 36-Bump WLP Package
      • 0.4mm Pitch with a 0.5mm Height
    MAX22707 Low Power, Precision Zero Crossing Detector

    MAX22707 Low Power, Precision Zero Crossing Detector

    The MAX22707 precision zero crossing detector provides a reliable and repeatable zero crossing d...
    • Precision Zero Crossing Detection
      • Integrated Zero Crossing Detection with ±1% Accuracy
      • High Frequency Noise Filter
      • 4th Order Low-Pass Filter (LPF)
      • 4th Order Band-Pass Filter (BPF)
    • Configurability for Ease of Use
      • User Selectable Filter Configuration (LPF or BPF)
      • Selectable Input Frequency
      • Power Saving Stand-By Mode
      • Programmable DC Averaging Timer
    • Saves PCB Space and Bill of Materials (BOM) Cost
      • No External Precision Filter Capacitor Required
      • 10-Pin µMAX package 3mm x 3mm
    MAX5832 9-Channel, 14-Bit, Current DAC with I<sup>2</sup>C Interface

    MAX5832 9-Channel, 14-Bit, Current DAC with I2C Interface

    The MAX5832 is a 14-bit, 9-channel, current-output digital-to-analog converter (DAC). The device...
    • Low 3.0V Supply
    • Integrated Multiplexers for Outputs 1 and 2
    • Increased Current or Resolution with Outputs Connected in Parallel
    • I2C-Compatible Serial Interface
    • Internal Reference
    • Overtemperature Protection
    • -40°C to +105°C Temperature Range
    • Available in 3mm x 3mm, 36-Bump WLP
    MAX30001G Ultra-Low-Power, Single-Channel Integrated Biopotential (ECG and R-to-R) and Bioimpedance (Resp, GSR/EDA) AFE

    MAX30001G Ultra-Low-Power, Single-Channel Integrated Biopotential (ECG and R-to-R) and Bioimpedance (Resp, GSR/EDA) AFE

    The MAX30001G is a complete, biopotential and bioimpedance (BioZ), analog front-end (AFE) soluti...
    • Wide BioZ Drive Current Range (55nA to 96μA) Allows for a Wide Impedance Measurement Range
    • Can be Used in IEC 60601-2-47:2012 Compliant Systems
    • Clinical-Grade ECG and BioZ AFE with High Resolution Data Converter
      • 15.9 Bits ENOB with 3.1μVP-P (typ) Noise for ECG
      • 17 Bits ENOB with 1.1μVP-P Noise for BioZ
    • Better Dry Starts Due to Much Improved Real World CMRR and High Input Impedance
      • Fully Differential Input Structure with CMRR > 100dB
    • Offers Better Common-Mode to Differential Mode Conversion Due to High Input Impedance
    • High Input Impedance > 1GΩ for Extremely Low Common-to-Differential Mode
    • Minimum Signal Attenuation at the Input During Dry Start Due to High Electrode Impedance
    • High DC Offset Range of ±650mV (1.8V, typ) Allows to Be Used with Wide Variety of Electrodes
    • High AC Dynamic Range of 65mVP-P for ECG and ±90mV for BioZ Will Help Prevent Saturation in the Presence of Motion/Direct Electrode Hits
    • Longer Battery Life Compared to Competing Solutions
      • 85μW at 1.1V Supply Voltage for ECG
      • 158μW at 1.1V Supply Voltage for BioZ
    • Leads-On Interrupt Feature Allows to Keep the μC in Deep Sleep Mode Until Valid Lead Condition is Detected
      • Lead-On Detect Current: 0.7μA (typ)
    • Built-In Heart Rate Detection with Interrupt Feature Eliminates the Need to Run HR Algorithm on the μController
      • Robust R-R Detection in High Motion Environment at Extremely Low Power
    • Configurable Interrupts Allows the μC Wake-Up Only on Every Heart Beat Reducing the Overall System Power
    • 32-Word ECG and 8-Word BioZ FIFOs Allows the MCU to Stay Powered Down for 256ms with Full Data Acquisition
    • Shutdown Current of 0.6μA (typ)
    MAX40080 Precision, Fast Sample-Rate, Digital Current-Sense Amplifier

    MAX40080 Precision, Fast Sample-Rate, Digital Current-Sense Amplifier

    The MAX40080 is a high-precision, fast-response, bi-directional current-sense amplifier with dig...
    • Programmable Sample Rate up to 1Msps
    • Wide Input Common-Mode range from -0.1V (ground sensing) to 36V
    • Programmable Input Sense Range (±10mV and ±50mV)
    • Very low 5μV Input Offset Voltage allows using a small sense resistor
    • I2C compliant and SMBus compatible interface with smart modes to save power:
      • Wake-up current threshold
      • Low 4 measurements/s rate
      • Auto-shutdown when I2C is inactive
    • Bi-directional current sensing
    • Common-Mode Voltage monitoring up to 36V
    • Space-saving 12-bump WLP (0.4mm pitch) and 12-pin TDFN
    • Peak current Log
    • Programmable over-current/voltage thresholds and under-voltage threshold
    • Alert output with programmable response time
    • 64-cell deep FIFO
    MAX98365 Tiny, Cost-Effective, 14V Plug-and-Play Digital Class-D Amplifier

    MAX98365 Tiny, Cost-Effective, 14V Plug-and-Play Digital Class-D Amplifier

    The MAX98365 is an easy-to-use, low-cost, digital input Class-D amplifier that provides industry...
    • Simple Plug-and-Play Design
    • Wide Amplifier Supply Range (3V to 14V)
    • 13.8W Output Power into 8Ω at 14V
    • 17.6W Output Power into 6Ω at 14V
    • 30mW Quiescent Power
    • 1ms Turn-On Time (for MAX98365A and MAX98365B)
    • 92.7% Efficiency (7.0W into RL = 8Ω, PVDD = 12V)
    • 22µVRMS Output Noise
    • 111.5dB Dynamic Range
    • -85dB THD+N at 1kHz
    • No MCLK Required
    • Sample Rates of 8kHz to 192kHz
    • Supports Left, Right, or (Left/2 + Right/2) Output in I2S and Left-Justified Modes
    • Sophisticated Edge Rate Control Enables Filterless Class-D Outputs
    • Low 0.5µA Shutdown Current 
    • Low RF Susceptibility Rejects TDMA Noise from GSM Radios
    • Class-D Switching Frequency Trimmed to 6% for Better EMI Planning
    • Extensive Click-and-Pop Reduction Circuitry
    • Robust Short-Circuit and Thermal Protection
    • Available in Space-Saving Package: 12 Bump, WLP (1.21mm x 1.78mm, 0.4mm Pitch)
    MAX5996A IEEE 802.3bt-Compliant, Powered Device with Power Telemetry and Power/Current Limit

    MAX5996A IEEE 802.3bt-Compliant, Powered Device with Power Telemetry and Power/Current Limit

    The MAX5996A/MAX5996B/MAX5996C provides a complete interface for a powered device (PD) to comply...
    • Accurate Power Telemetry (Patent Pending)
    • Constant Power/Current Limit (Patent Pending)
    • LLDP Power/Current Level Reading (Patent pending)
    • IEEE802.3bt Compliant
    • Built-in 90W Isolation Switch
    • Multi-Classification
    • Multi-Event Power Level Indication
    • Simplified Wall Adapter Interface
    • Inrush Current Limit During Startup
    • Current Limit During Normal Operation
    • Overtemperature Protection
    • AutoClass
    • Selectable Green MPS
    • Intelligent MPS (Patent US9152161)
    • 5mm x 5mm, 16-Pin TQFN
    MAX5996B IEEE 802.3bt-Compliant, Powered Device with Power Telemetry and Power/Current Limit

    MAX5996B IEEE 802.3bt-Compliant, Powered Device with Power Telemetry and Power/Current Limit

    The MAX5996A/MAX5996B/MAX5996C provides a complete interface for a powered device (PD) to comply...
    • Accurate Power Telemetry (Patent Pending)
    • Constant Power/Current Limit (Patent Pending)
    • LLDP Power/Current Level Reading (Patent pending)
    • IEEE802.3bt Compliant
    • Built-in 90W Isolation Switch
    • Multi-Classification
    • Multi-Event Power Level Indication
    • Simplified Wall Adapter Interface
    • Inrush Current Limit During Startup
    • Current Limit During Normal Operation
    • Overtemperature Protection
    • AutoClass
    • Selectable Green MPS
    • Intelligent MPS (Patent US9152161)
    • 5mm x 5mm, 16-Pin TQFN
    MAX5996C IEEE 802.3bt-Compliant, Powered Device with Power Telemetry and Power/Current Limit

    MAX5996C IEEE 802.3bt-Compliant, Powered Device with Power Telemetry and Power/Current Limit

    The MAX5996A/MAX5996B/MAX5996C provides a complete interface for a powered device (PD) to comply...
    • Accurate Power Telemetry (Patent Pending)
    • Constant Power/Current Limit (Patent Pending)
    • LLDP Power/Current Level Reading (Patent pending)
    • IEEE802.3bt Compliant
    • Built-in 90W Isolation Switch
    • Multi-Classification
    • Multi-Event Power Level Indication
    • Simplified Wall Adapter Interface
    • Inrush Current Limit During Startup
    • Current Limit During Normal Operation
    • Overtemperature Protection
    • AutoClass
    • Selectable Green MPS
    • Intelligent MPS (Patent US9152161)
    • 5mm x 5mm, 16-Pin TQFN

    MAX31329 Low-Current, Real-Time Clock with I2C, Power Management, and Integrated Crystal

    The MAX31329 low-current, real-time clock (RTC) is a timekeeping device that provides timekeepin...
    • Increases Battery Life
      • 240nA Timekeeping Current
      • Trickle Charger for External Supercapacitor or Rechargeable Battery
    • Provides Flexible Configurability
      • A Schmitt Trigger Input for Event Detection
      • Programmable Square-Wave Output for Clock Monitoring
      • Two Interrupt Pins for Multiple Wakeup Configurations
      • Clock Input Pin for External Clock Synchronization
    • Saves Board Space
      • Integrated Crystal and Load Capacitors Tuned to ±5ppm Typical Clock Accuracy
      • 5mm x 5mm, 10-Pin LGA Package
    • Value-Added Features for Ease-of-Use
      • +1.6V to +5.5V Operating Voltage Range
      • Two Time-of-Day Alarms
      • Countdown Timer with Repeat and Pause Functions
      • 64-Byte RAM for User Data Storage
    • Integrated Protection
      • Power-on Reset for Default Configuration
      • Automatic Switchover to Backup Battery or Supercapacitor on Power-Fail
      • Lockup-Free Operation with Bus Timeout
    MAX22005 12-Channel Factory-Calibrated Configurable Industrial-Analog Input

    MAX22005 12-Channel Factory-Calibrated Configurable Industrial-Analog Input

    The MAX22005 is a twelve-channel industrial-grade analog input voltage-mode device that can also...
    • Enables More Robust and Reliable Systems
      • ±36V High-Voltage Protection for All Input Ports
      • 2kV HBM ESD Protection of All Pins
      • ±2kV Surge Protection (with External 5kΩ Resistor)
      • CRC Detection for Robust Serial Communication
      • Watchdog Timer
    • Software Configurability
      • ±12.5V Analog Input-Voltage Mode
      • ±25mA Analog Input-Current Mode Using External Sense Resistor
      • Configurable Inputs Using External Sense Resistor and Low-Cost Switches
    • Best-in-Class System Accuracy
      • 0.02% FSR at 25°C Factory Calibrated
      • 0.05% FSR over ±50°C from 25°C Factory Calibration
      • Maximum of 30nA Input Leakage
      • 5ppm/°C Internal Reference
    • Additional Features
      • Internal or External ADC Reference
      • Eight GPIO Ports
      • 48.5mW Low Power Dissipation with ±5V Supply
      • 30MHz SPI/QSPI/DSP-Compatible Serial Interface
    • Operating Temperature -40°C to +125°C
    • 7.5mm × 7mm 48-pin LGA package
    MAX40024 Low-Noise, Low-Power, Low-Bias-Current Amplifiers

    MAX40024 Low-Noise, Low-Power, Low-Bias-Current Amplifiers

    The MAX40023/MAX40024 are single and dual amplifiers optimized for power-sensitive applications ...
    • Ultra-Low <1pA Input Bias Current
    • Low 17μA Quiescent Current (per Op Amp)
    • Low 32nV/√Hz Input-Voltage Noise
    • Internal EMI Rejection
    • Supply Voltage Range: 1.6V to 3.6V
    • Power-Saving Shutdown Mode
    • Available in 6-Bump WLP and 6-Pin SOT23 (Single) and 9-Bump WLP and 10-Pin TDFN (Dual)

    Reference Designs

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    Evaluation Kits for the DS3231M or DS3232M (±5ppm, I2C Real-Time Clock)
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    MAXREFDES82

    Operates as Both a Weigh Scale and a Touch Interface with Force Sensing for Industrial Applicati...
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    MAXREFDES77

    Interfaces the MAX44285 dual-channel high-side current-sense amplifier to any system that utiliz...
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    MAXREFDES117

    A low power, optical heart-rate module complete with integrated red and IR LEDs, and a power sup...