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 ...


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

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How LiDAR Delivers Critical Distance-Sensing for Self-Driving Cars

April 17, 2020

Learn how LiDAR ICs like transimpedance amplifiers deliver critical distance-sensing data for self-driving cars. Read the blog for details.

How NCATEST Raised Performance and Lowered Power of Its Automated Test Equipment

April 15, 2020

NCATEST decreased the design cycle, power consumption, and size for a new automated test equipment solution using Maxim Integrated's pin electronics.

Robust NAND Flash Wafer Testers Rely on Low-Power ATE Drivers

February 19, 2020

Learn how Digital Frontier reduced wafer test equipment size and power consumption with the MAX9972 low-power ATE driver. Get details today.

Add Diode ORing Without Losing Efficiency

January 09, 2020

Get a preview of how the MAX40200 ideal diode enhances efficiency for battery-powered wearables and other portable electronics.

How an Old Digital Dog Can Learn New Analog Tricks

October 10, 2019

Learn some new analog tricks in a short video tutorial that highlights why not just any amplifier will be effective for your application.

System Loads Are No Match for This Current-Sense Amplifier

July 03, 2019

Learn how the MAX40056 current-sense amplifier with PWM rejection generates quick, accurate winding current measurements.

The Beauty of Precision Op Amps

May 08, 2018

Guest blogger Jim Harrison takes a look at the criteria for choosing the best op amps for a design, and reviews three of the market’s best.

Why Not Design a Smaller PLC?

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Learn how small, low-power analog ICs help reduce the programmable logic controller (PLC) footprint.

Making Smart Energy Even Smarter Via nanoPower Technology

April 25, 2017

Learn how nanoPower technology lowers quiescent current to deliver a new model of smart energy.

Why System Monitoring ICs Are Good Analog Insurance

March 15, 2017

Learn why nanoPower system monitoring ICs provide great analog insurance for wearable and other small, battery-powered designs.