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

You can use Maxim’s op amps to make amplifiers, comparators, log amplifiers, filters, oscillators, data converters, level translators, references, and more. You can also use them to accomplish mathematical functions like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and integration.

Current-sense amplifiers (CSAs) monitor current flow through a shunt (sense) resistor and provide closed-loop feedback of system loads. Our current-sense amps are optimized for a wide range of applications, including overcurrent protection and optimization of power monitoring systems. We offer a wide range of current-sense amplifiers for both high-side sensing and low-side sensing, as well as unidirectional or bidirectional current flow through the sense resistor

Our specialized amplifiers have multiple features suited for a wide range of applications. This range includes differential, instrumentation/difference, logarithmic, programmable gain, integrated comparator and reference and programmable voltage/current drivers.

Operational Amplifiers

Operational Amplifiers, more commonly called Op-Amps, play a key role in conditioning analog signals. There are many types of op-amps and many paramet...

Current Sense

Current-sense amplifiers (CSAs) monitor current flow through a shunt (sense) resistor and provide closed-loop feedback of system loads. Current-sense ...

Specialized

Maxim provides amplifiers with specialized operation and multiple features suited for a wide range of applications, including differential output ampl...

Featured Products

MAX40070EVKIT Evaluation Kit for the MAX40070

The MAX40070 evaluation kit (EV kit) is fully assembled and tested PC board that evaluates the M...
  • Low Operating Current of 20µA (typ)
  • Input Voltage Range = 0V to 24.2V
  • < 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 Selectable
  • -40°C to 125°C Temperature Range
  • Proven PCB Layout
  • Fully Assembled and Tested
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
MAX40263EVKIT Evaluation Kit for the <a href="/en/products/MAX40263">MAX40263</a>

MAX40263EVKIT Evaluation Kit for the MAX40263

The MAX40263 evaluation kit (EV kit) provides a proven design to evaluate the MAX40263 low-noise...
  • Accommodates Multiple Op-Amp Configurations
  • Component Pads Allow for Sallen-Key Filter
  • Accommodates Easy-to-Use Components
  • Proven PCB Layout
  • Fully Assembled and Tested

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

MAX32007EVKIT Evaluation Kit for the MAX32007

The MAX32007 evaluation kit (EV kit) is a fully assembled and tested printed circuit board (PCB)...
  • Easy Evaluation of MAX32007—Octal Channel DCL, Level Setting DACs, and PMU Switches
  • On-board MAX32625 Pico-board
  • Includes Heatsink and Fan
  • 50Ω SMB Connectors for Drivers and Comparators
  • 50Ω BNC Connectors for PMU Switches
  • On-board Voltage Regulators
  • Micro-USB Interface
  • Headers for External SPI Interface
  • Proven PCB Layout
  • Windows®10-Compatible EV kit software GUI
  • Fully assembled and tested
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

MAX40080EVSYS Evaluation Kit for the MAX40080

The MAX40080 evaluation system (EV system) provides a single platform to evaluate the MAX40080 p...
  • Easy-to-Reach Test Points
  • Fully Assembled and Tested
  • Windows 7, 8, and 10-Compatible Software

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