Integrated ADC ICs

Many of Maxim's precision ADCs offer integrated signal chain functions. This integration reduces design time while providing a perfectly matched solution. Some ADCs feature a programmable gain op amp (PGA), some a precision reference, and others a front end multiplexor.

View Maxim's best integrated ADC ICs:

ADCs with Integrated Op Amp 
ADCs with Integrated Reference 
ADCs with Integrated Op Amp and Mux 

Here are some of Maxim's featured integrated ADCs:

Worried About Heat in Your I/O Module? No Need to Sweat

 

Worried About Heat in Your I/O Module? No Need to Sweat
The MAX22191 is an IEC 61131-2 compliant, industrial digital input (DI) device that translates a 24V digital industrial input to a 2.4mA (typ) current for driving optical isolators. Voltage thresholds and current levels in the MAX22191 are compliant with Type 1 and Type 3 inputs, while minimizing power dissipation. 

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Introduction to the MAX31342 Low Current Real Time Clock with I2C Interface

This video provides an introduction to the MAX31342 low-current, real-time clock (RTC) is a time-keeping device that provides an extremely low timekeeping current, permitting longer life from a power supply.

Optimized Pulse-Oximeter and Heart-Rate AFE

MAX30112

Includes 2 LED drivers and 1 photo diode input to enable heart-rate (HR) measurement for wearables.

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Heart-Rate Sensor for In-Ear Applications

MAX86160

Includes 2 LEDs (IR, Green), photo diode, and AFE in a 4.3mm x 2.8mm x 1.45mm optical module for in-ear HR measurement.

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PPG and ECG Biosensor Module for Mobile Health

MAX86150

Includes 2 LEDs (Red, IR), photo diode, PPG and ECG AFEs to enable ECG, optical HR, and SpO2 measurement.

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Best-in-Class Optical Pulse Ox and Heart-Rate Sensor

MAX86141

Leading-edge HIR/HRV and activity classification algorithms for high-intensity outdoor environments.

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High-Sensitivity Pulse Oximeter and Heart-Rate Sensor

MAX30101

Includes 3 LEDs (Red, IR, Green), photo diode, and AFE in a 5.6mm x 3.3mm x 1.55mm optical module for HR and SpO2 measurement.

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Introduction to the DS28E16 DeepCover® 1-Wire SHA-3 Secure Authenticator

This video provides an introduction to the DS28E16 DeepCover® 1-Wire SHA-3 Secure Authenticator

Introduction to the DS28E39 DeepCover® Secure ECDSA Authenticator with ChipDNATM PUF Protection

This video provides an introduction to the DS28E39 which is a DeepCover® Secure ECDSA Authenticator with ChipDNATM PUF Protection

Evaluation System for Integrated Biopotential and Bioimpedance AFE

MAX30001EVSYS

Offers several configurations to enable a variety of measurements including ECG, BioZ and Pace Detection.

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Evaluation Kit for Clinical Grade Human Body Temperature Sensor

MAX30205EVSYS

Includes USB-to-I2C controller and GUI program to simplify evaluation

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Evaluation System for Integrated PPG, ECG, Pulse Oximeter, and Heart Rate Sensor Module

MAX86150EVSYS

Allows real-time PPG and 1-lead ECG monitoring and includes data-logging capability.

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Biopotential/Bioimpedance AFE for ECG and Pace Detection

MAX30001

Ultra-low 1.71µVP-P noise floor optimizes sensitive health patch measurements.

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Introduction to the MAXM15465 MAXM15466 MAXM15467 4.5V to 42V, 300mA Himalaya uSLIC™ Step-Down Power Module

This video provides an introduction to the MAXM15465/66/67, a 4.5V to 42V, 300mA Himalaya step-down power modules.

Introduction to the MAX17853 14-Channel, High-Voltage Smart Sensor Data-Acquisition Interface

This video provides an introduction to the MAX17853, a programmable, highly integrated, high-voltage, 14-channel battery-monitoring smart data-acquisition interface with extensive features for safety.

Introduction to the MAX20461 Automotive High-Current Step-Down Converter with USB-C Protection/Host Charger

This video provides an introduction to the MAX20461, an automotive high-current step-down converter with USB-C protection/host charger.

Introduction to the MAX17686 4.5V to 60V, 5W High Efficiency, Iso-Buck DC-DC Converter

This video provides an introduction to the MAX17686 a high-voltage, high-efficiency, iso-buck DC-DC converter designed to provide isolated power up to 5W.

Introduction to the MAXM17623 MAXM17624 Himalaya 5V 1A uSLIC Power Module

This video provides an introduction to the MAXM17623 and MAXM17624, a high-efficiency synchronous buck regulator which offers a balance of high performance, wide temperature range, and small size

Introduction to the MAX20419 High-Efficiency, 3-Output, Low-Voltage DC-DC Converter

This video provides an introduction to the MAX20419, a high-efficiency, 3-output, low-voltage DC-DC converter IC.

Smart Building

Smart buildings need smart power management technologies that meet efficiency, size, safety, and reliability requirements.]

Introduction to the MAX86150 Integrated Photoplethysmogram and Electrocardiogram Biosensor Module for Mobile Health

This video provides an introduction to the MAX86150, an integrated electrocardiogram, pulse oximeter, heart rate monitor sensor module. It includes internal LEDs, photodetectors, IR sensor and low-noise electronics with ambient light rejection.

Beat the Heat: Build a Compact, Multi-Standard Dual USB Charger

 

Beat the Heat: Build a Compact, Multi-Standard Dual USB Charger
USB ports in automotive charging applications must fit inside small spaces without overheating. The problem is exacerbated in the case of dual-port dedicated charging solutions, which must support two connectors without increasing component count and solution size. We review the shortcoming of a typical solution and show how MAX20047, a novel automotive-grade, small-footprint dual-port charger IC, overcomes the challenges of size and heat generation.

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Power Your Computationally Intensive Application Processor with a Single PMIC

 

Power Your Computationally Intensive Application Processor with a Single PMIC
Powering the APs in virtual reality applications presents several design challenges related to flexibility, efficiency, and size. With its high flexibility and high level of integration, MAX77714, a fully integrated PMIC is a good fit for a wide range of space-constrained application processors. Low RDS(ON) integrated FETs yield superior efficiency while high-frequency operation minimizes passives size, further reducing PCB size and cost.

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Center Information Display

Vehicle displays like the CID must meet ASIL B requirements for functional safety.

Amplifier Offset and Gain Error in a Signal Chain

Common amplifier factors such as offset and gain can introduce errors into the signal chain. Acquire a better understanding of what is behind amplifier offset and gain errors for more effective signal chain design strategies.

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Power Protection Fundamentals

In an imperfect world, unpredictable things can happen such as power surges resulting in failing components. System protection strategies help solve these fault problems and preserve system integrity. Learn some tricks of the trade to solve power protection problems before they even occur.

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Dual-Channel, Synchronous Buck High-Brightness LED Controller

MAX20097

Ultra-fast transient response with near-fixed frequency minimizes EMI for matrix lighting, wide dimming ratio allows high contrast.

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Dual-Channel, Synchronous Buck High-Brightness LED Controller with SPI Interface

MAX20096

Ultra-fast transient response with near-fixed frequency minimizes EMI for matrix lighting, wide dimming ratio allows high contrast.

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Introduction to the MAX9276B/80B 3.12Gbps GMSL Deserializers for Coax or STP Input and Parallel Output

This video provides an introduction to the MAX9276B/MAX9280B, a gigabit multimedia serial link (GMSL) deserializers receive data from a GMSL serializer over 50Ω coax or 100Ω shielded twisted pair (STP) cable and output deserialized data on the LVCMOS output

Security Excellence Lab: DPA Attack Demo

Software implementations of the advanced encryption standard (AES) are extremely vulnerable to differential power attacks (DPA). See how a secret can easily be discovered using MATLAB® to perform a correlation power attack (CPA) on a target board.

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Introduction to the MAX22513 Surge Protected Dual Driver IO-Link Device Transceiver with DC/DC

This video provides an introduction to the MAX22513 dual-channel low power IO-Link device transceiver which features a selectable control interface, internal high-efficiency DC-DC buck regulator, two internal linear regulators, and integrated surge protection for robust communication.

Introduction to the MAX16142 nanoPower, Tiny Supervisor with Manual Reset Input

This video provides an introduction to the MAX16142, an ultra-low-current, single-channel supervisory IC in a tiny, 4-bump, wafer-level package (WLP).

Video game console

FPGA designs, such as this video game console, benefit from multiphase buck regulators in the power supply.

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Introduction to the MAX20444B Automotive 4-Channel 130mA Backlight Driver with Boost/SEPIC Controller and I2C Interface

This video provides an introduction to the MAX20444B, an automotive 4-channel 130mA backlight driver with boost/SEPIC controller and I2C interface for automotive display applications.

Introduction to the MAX16150 Nano-Power Pushbutton ON/OFF Controller and Battery Freshness Seal

This video provides an introduction to the MAX16150, a pushbutton on/off controller with a switch de-bouncer and built-in latch.

Introduction to the MAX40242 20V, Low Input Bias-Current, Low-Noise, Dual Op Amplifier

This video provides an introduction to the MAX40242 which provides a combination of high voltage, low noise, low input bias current in a dual channel and features rail-to-rail at the output.

Introduction to the MAX36010-11 Security Supervisor with Tamper Detection and Cryptography

This video provides an introduction to the MAX36010 and MAX36011, which are low-power security supervisors designed for many applications that require certificate-based or other public key cryptography schemes.

Introduction to the MAXQ1062 DeepCover Cryptographic Controller for Embedded Devices

This video provides an introduction to the MAXQ1062, a cryptographic controller that makes it fast and easy to implement full security for embedded, connected products without requiring firmware development.

Introduction to the MAX5995B IEEE 802.3bt-Compliant, Powered Device Interface Controllers with Integrated 91W HighPower MOSFET

This video provides an introduction to the MAX5995B, IEEE 802.3bt-Compliant, Powered Device Interface Controllers with Integrated 91W HighPower MOSFET. It is is doubled to support Type 1 to Type 4 PSE;Multi-event classificat.

Introduction to the MAX40077 MAX40078 MAX40089 Single/Dual/Quad Ultra-Low Input Bias Current, Low Noise Amplifiers

This video provides an introduction to the MAX40077/MAX40078/MAX40089 are wide band, low-noise, low-input bias current operational amplifiers that offer rail-to-rail outputs and single-supply operation from 2.7V to 5.5V.

Introduction to the MAX20077 / MAX25277 36V, 2.5A Mini Buck Converter with 3.5uA IQ

This video provides an introduction to the MAX20077/MAX25277 which is a small, synchronous buck converter with integrated high-side and low-side switches.

Introduction to the DS2477 DeepCover® Secure SHA-3 Coprocessor with ChipDNATM PUF Protection

This video provides an introduction to the DS2477, a DeepCover Secure SHA-3 Coprocessor with ChipDNA PUF Protection

Introduction to the MAX20004/06/08 36V, 220kHz to 2.2MHz, 4A/6A/8A Fully Integrated Step-Down Converters with 15µA Operating Current

This video provides an introduction to the MAX20004, MAX20006, and MAX20008, small, synchronous buck converters with integrated high-side and low-side MOSFETs. Each device is designed to deliver up to 4A/6A/8A with input voltages from 3.5V to 36V, while using only 15µA quiescent current at no load.

Introduction to the MAX41460-64 300-960MHz sub-GHz Transmitter

This video provides an introduction to the MAX41460 using a SPI programming interface while the MAX41461 thru MAX41464 parts feature an I2C interface as well as preset modes (pin-selectable output frequencies using only one crystal frequency)

Introduction to the NPI-MAX77860 USB Type-C 3A Switch Mode Buck Charger

This video provides an introduction to the MAX77860, a USB Type-C 3A switch mode buck charger with integrated CC detection, reverse boost and ADC.

Introduction to the MAX40056F/T/U Bidirectional Current Sense Amplifier with PWM-Rejection

This video provides an introduction to the MAX40056, a bi-directional current-sense amplifier with an input common-mode range that extends from -0.1Vto +65V together with protection against negative inductive kickback voltages to -5V.

Introduction to the MAX77813 2A High Efficiency Buck-Boost Converter

This video provides an introduction to the MAX77813, a 2A high-efficiency buck-boost converter to add to Maxim's buck-boost regulator portfolio for longer battery life and smaller board designs.

Introduction to the MAX38902E 14μVRMS Low Noise 500mA LDO Linear Regulator

This video provides an introduction to the MAX38902E, a low-noise linear regulator that delivers up to 500mA of output current with only 14µVRMS of output noise from 10Hz to 100kHz.

Introduction to the MAX9291B and MAX9293B 3.12Gbps GMSL Serializers for Coax or STP Output and HDMI Input

This video provides an introduction to the MAX9291B/MAX9293B, a GMSL serializers convert an HDMI input to a gigabit multimedia serial link (GMSL) output for transmission of video, audio, and control signals over 15m or more of 50Ω coax or 100Ω shielded twisted-pair (STP) cab

Introduction to the MAX17673 Integrated 4.5V to 60V Synchronous 1.5A High Voltage Buck and Dual 2.7V to 5.5V, 1A Buck Regulators

This video provides an introduction to the MAX17673, an integrated 4.5V to 60V Synchronous 1.5A High Voltage Buck and Dual 2.7V to 5.5V, 1A Buck Regulators.

Introduction to the MAX38640A Tiny 1.8V - 5.5V Input, 330nA IQ, 700mA nanoPower Buck Converter

This video provides an introduction to the MAX38640A, a tiny 1.8V - 5.5V Input, 330nA IQ, 700mA nanoPower Buck Converter.

Introduction to the SC1905 698MHz to 3800MHz RF Power Amplifier Linearizer (RFPAL)

This video provides an introduction to the SC1905, which is a pin-compatible upgrade of the popular SC1894 RF PA linearizer (RFPAL) supporting signal bandwidths up to 100MHz.

Introduction to the MAX16972 and MAX16972A 3A Automotive Hi-Speed USB Protectors with Apple iPhone/iPad and USB 2.0 Charge Detection

This video provides an introduction to the MAX16970/MAX16971 provide high-ESD and short-circuit protection for the low-voltage internal USB data and USB power line in automotive radio, navigation, connectivity, and USB hub applications.

Introduction to the MAXM22510/11 2.5kVRMS Complete Isolated RS-485/RS-422 Module Transceiver + Power

This video provides an introduction to the MAXM22510 and MAXM22511, isolated RS-485/ RS-422, full-duplex, transceiver modules providing 2500VRMS (60s) of galvanic isolation between the cableside (RS-485/RS-422 driver/receiver side) and the UARTside of the device. An integrated DC-DC powers the cable-side of the module. No external components are required.

Introduction to the MAXM22510/11 2.5kVRMS Complete Isolated RS-485/RS-422 Module Transceiver + Power

This video provides an introduction to the MAXM22510 and MAXM22511, isolated RS-485/ RS-422, full-duplex, transceiver modules providing 2500VRMS (60s) of galvanic isolation between the cableside (RS-485/RS-422 driver/receiver side) and the UARTside of the device. An integrated DC-DC powers the cable-side of the module. No external components are required.

Introduction to the MAX28200 16-bit Micro with ADC and I2C

This video provides an introduction to the MAX28200, a low-power, 16-bit MAXQ microcontroller designed for low-power applications including smartphones and consumer electronics.

MAXREFDES1227 - Miniature 24W, 12V DC-DC Flyback Converter Using MAX17596

The MAXREFDES1227 is a miniature 12V output isolated power supply that can deliver up to 2A load current. The design employs MAX17596 peak current mode controller in discontinuous conduction mode (DCM) flyback topology running at 125kHz.

MAXREFDES1227 - Miniature 24W, 12V DC-DC Flyback Converter Using MAX17596

The MAXREFDES1227 is a miniature 12V output isolated power supply that can deliver up to 2A load current. The design employs MAX17596 peak current mode controller in discontinuous conduction mode (DCM) flyback topology running at 125kHz.

How Ceramic Voltage References Enhance Long-Term Drift Performance

In industrial equipment, such as this automated machine, accurate voltage references are essential for high performance.

[Sales Rep] Technical Training - Basic Curriculum 2019 (Part 2)

This curriculum contains six courses: DAC Specifications, Frequency Synthesizers, ESD, Power Protection, NFC/RFID, Signal Chain Offset and Gain Errors

[Sales Rep] Technical Training, Basic 2019: NFC and RFID

"Technical Basic Training course presenting an overview of Near Field Communication and RFID and their applications. "

[Sales Rep] Maxim Experts Program, Advanced Course: Secure Authentication (2)

Maxim Experts Program course presenting an overview of security authentication based on SHA-256 as well as ECDSA and their applications.

Plug-and-Play Battery Fuel Gauging with the MAX17262 and ModelGauge m5 EZ

Jason shows how easy it is to get a battery fuel gauge running with the ModelGauge m5 EZ algorithm on the MAX17262XEVKIT.

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Easily Secure Your Medical Disposables

Protect medical disposables with the cryptographic, cost-effective DS28E83 DeepCover® 1-Wire® secure authenticator. This is a radiation-tolerant device that safeguards medical disposables from counterfeiting and other security breaches.

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Maxim Is Going to the Dogs in 2020

As Maxim reaches out to new markets, it has found its newest long-tail opportunity in high-end canine accessories.

Introduction to the MAX2771 Multi-Band Universal GNSS Receiver

This video provides an introduction to the MAX2771 Multi-Band Universal GNSS Receiver, with multi-constellation / multi-band support and superior RF performance that enables highest position accuracy.

Introduction to the MAX14727/28/31 Dual-Input, Bidirectional Overvoltage Protectors with Automatic Path Control

This video provides an introduction to the MAX14727/MAX14728/MAX14731 which provide protection to valuable consumer circuits against two positive voltage faults up to +28VDC.

Introduction to the MAX14483 6-Channel, Low-Power, 3.75kVRMS SPI Digital Isolator

This video provides an introduction to the MAX14483; a 6-channel, 3.75kVRMS digital galvanic isolator using Maxim’s proprietary process technology.

Introduction to the MAX20446 Automotive I2C 6-Channel 120mA Backlight Driver with Boost/SEPIC Controller

This video provides an introduction to the MAX20446, a 6-channel backlight driver with boost controller for automotive displays. The integrated current outputs can sink up to 120mA LED current each. The device accepts a wide 4.5V to 36V input voltage range and withstands direct automotive load-dump events.

Using the MAXQ1061 – Part 2: Software Installation

In the second video of this series, we show how to connect to the SFTP site to download the software development kit (SDK) for the MAXQ1061-KIT. We review the basic configuration for the Raspberry Pi and run a simple command for checking for a proper hardware connection. In the next video, “Using the MAXQ1061 – Part 3: Building and Compiling,” you’ll learn how to modify the source code.

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Drive Higher Performance for Your Tiny Vehicle Camera Modules

The compact, efficient, four-channel MAX20049 power management IC improves automotive camera modules with excellent thermal performance, high efficiency, and fault monitoring, all crucial elements for increased safety and driver trust.

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Introduction to the MAX13053A/4A 5V, 2Mbps CAN Transceiver with ±65V Fault Protection, ±25V CMR, and ±25kV ESD

This video provides an introduction to the MAX13053A and MAX13054A, +5V CAN (Control Area Network) transceivers with integrated protection for industrial applications. 

Introduction to the MAX38888 Super Cap Regulator

This video provides an introduction to the MAX38888, a super cap back-up regulator designed to efficiently transfer power between the cap and supply rail.

Introduction to the MAX22192 Octal Industrial Digital Input with Diagnostics and Digital Isolation

This video provides an introduction to the MAX22192 Small digital input device that translates 8 industrial inputs to an isolated serialized SPI output.

Introduction to the MAX16147 High-Voltage Supervisors with Manual Reset Input

This video provides an introduction to the MAX16143, MAX16135, MAX16147, and MAX16149, supervisory circuits that monitor their own supply voltages using a factory-set reset threshold that ranges from +2.3V to +11.6V.

Introduction to the MAX20326 Dual Precision Bus Accelerator

This video provides an introduction to the MAX20326, a dual-channel, precision, open-drain, communication-line accelerator.

Introduction to the MAX77503 1.5A 14V Input High Efficiency Buck Converter with 9µA IQ

This video provides an introduction to the MAX77503, a single channel high efficiency synchronous current mode PWM step-down (buck) converter.

Introduction to the MAX40203 Ultra-Tiny Micropower, 1A Ideal Diode with Ultra-Low Voltage Drop

This video provides an introduction to the MAX40203 an ideal diode current-switch that drops so little voltage that it approaches an order of magnitude better than Schottky diodes.

Introduction to the MAX22344/45/46 Reinforced, Fast, Low-Power, Four-Channel 3.75kVRMS Digital Isolators

This video provides an introduction to the MAX22344–MAX22346; reinforced, fast, low-power 4-channel digital galvanic isolators using Maxim’s proprietary process technology.

Introduction to the MAX14915 Compact Industrial Octal High-Side Switch with Diagnostics

This video provides an introduction to the MAX14915, which has eight high-side switches specified to deliver up to 700mA continuous current.

Introduction to the MAX3522B/MAX3523 DOCSIS 3.1 Programmable Gain Amplifiers

This video provides an introduction to the MAX3522B and MAX3523 which are part of a family of pin for pin compatible high performance CATV upstream amplifier IC's.

Introduction to the MAX38903A MAX38903B MAX38903C MAX38903D 1A Low Noise LDO Linear Regulator in TDFN and WLP

This video provides an introduction to the MAX38903A/B/C/D which are low-noise linear regulators that delivers up to 1A of output current with only 7uVRMS.

Introduction to the MAX33250E/51E 600V Isolated 2Tx/2Rx and 1Tx/1Rx RS-232 Transceivers with ±15kV ESD and Integrated Capacitors

This video provides an introduction to the MAX33250E and MAX33251E, which are isolated 2Tx/2Rx and 1Tx/1Rx RS-232 transceivers respectively, with agalvanic isolation of 600VRMS (60sec) between the logic UART side and field side.

Introduction to the MAX38902A/B/C/D 12μVRMS Low Noise 500mA LDO Linear Regulator

This video provides an introduction to the MAX38902A/B/C/D which are low-noise, linear regulators that deliver up to 500mA of output current with only 12μVRMS of output noise from 10Hz to 100kHz.

Introduction to the MAX32664 Ultra-Low Power Biometric Sensor Hub

This video provides an introduction to the MAX32664, a sensor hub family with embedded firmware and algorithms for wearables.

Faster Battery Fuel Gauging Using the MAX17260 Fuel Gauge with ModelGauge M5 EZ

Jason demonstrates how to achieve faster time-to-market with efficient fuel gauging techniques using the MAX17260XEVKIT and ModelGauge m5 EZ graphical user interface (GUI).

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Eliminate Battery Characterization with the MAX17263 Fuel Gauge and ModelGauge m5 EZ

Jason shows how to remove the extra step of battery fuel gauge characterization using the feature-rich MAX17263GEVKIT and ModelGauge m5 EZ graphical user interface (GUI).

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Highly Accurate Battery Fuel Gauging Using the MAX17261 Fuel Gauge and ModelGauge M5 EZ

Jason shows how to accurately implement battery fuel gauging using the MAX17261XEVKIT and the ModelGauge m5 EZ Config GUI with more than 3% accuracy level.

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Flexible Mini Dual 2.2MHz, 500mA Buck Converter

MAX20049

18VIN PMIC with dual bucks and dual LDOs and integrated voltage monitoring in a tiny 3mm x 3mm TQFN

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36V, 600mA Mini Buck Converter with 3.5µA IQ

MAX20075

Synchronous buck with integrated high-side and low-side switches delivers up to 0.6A from 3.5V to 36V input, while using only 3.5µA quiescent current at no load.

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36V, 600mA Mini Buck Converter with 3.5µA IQ

MAX20076

Synchronous buck with integrated high-side and low-side switches delivers up to 0.6A from 3.5V to 36V input, while using only 3.5µA quiescent current at no load.

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Industry's Only ASIL-Grade Camera Protector with integrated I2C-Based Diagnostics

MAX20087

Dual/quad camera power protector ICs deliver up to 600mA load current to each of their four output channels.

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Ultra-Small 3.2MHz Dual 500mA Versatile PMIC for Camera Modules

MAX20019

2.2MHz and 3.2MHz dual step-down converters with integrated high-side and low-side MOSFETs.

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2.2MHz Sync and Dual Step-Down Converters

MAX20014

OUT1 boosts the input supply up to 8.5V at up to 750mA, while two synchronous step-down converters operate from a 3.0V to 5.5V input voltage range and provides a 0.8V to 3.8V output voltage range at up to 3A.

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Dual IO-Link Master Transceiver: MAX14819 Demo

Learn how the MAX14819 IO-Link master transceiver addresses key trends for industrial communications with over 50% lower power dissipation, robust communications in harsh environments, and a scalable, flexible architecture. See how easy it is to evaluate the MAX14819 using the MAXREFDES145 8-channel IO-Link master reference design as it communicates with an IO-Link proximity sensor.

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What is IO-Link?

Discover the benefits of the IO-Link smart sensor and actuator interface protocol. IO-Link is the new standard developed by an international consortium of hardware and software providers. IO-Link's remote programming capabilities and backwards compatibility enable direct factory upgrade from binary sensors to smart sensor functionality.

IO-Link Transceivers and Binary Drivers

In the Lab: IO-Link Smart Sensor System Demo

See how easy it is to get an IO-Link smart sensor system up and running with live data monitoring. Our 4-port IO-Link Master reference design (MAXREFDES79) leverages plug-and-play capability and the easy to use software GUI to monitor data from each of our four IO-link device modules: ambient light sensor (MAXREFDES23), proximity sensor (MAXREFDES27), RTD-to-digital sensor (MAXREFDES42), and 16-channel digital input (DI) hub (MAXREFDES36).

Learn the Fundamentals of IO-Link Technology

In this video, learn about the hardware, standards, and communication protocols for IO-Link® technology. IO-Link sensors, transceivers, and reference designs are presented to support modern industrial communications applications.

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Smallest 4-Channel I/O-Link Master and RGB Sensor

Like USB on an industrial scale, this “Quad Master” connects multiple sensor types to a central processing unit such as a Micro PLC—allowing the processing unit to provide valuable feedback to the sensors, and ultimately boosting productivity.

Tutorial: All About Frequency Synthesis

Learn how variable frequency synthesis is achieved with the phase-locked loop (PLL). This video covers PLL theory and design including the phase detector, loop filter, voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO), integer dividers/multipliers, and the benefits of fractional division. Resources for finding integrated frequency synthesizer ICs are provided.

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Using the MAX13054AESHLD Evaluation Kit

In this video, Carole explains how to quickly set up and operate the MAX13054AESHLD, the evaluation kit for the MAX13054A 2Mbps CAN transceiver with ±65V fault protection.

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Introduction to the MAX14882 5kVRMS Isolated CAN Transceiver with Integrated Transformer Driver

The MAX14882 isolated high-speed CAN transceiver improves communication and safety by integrating galvanic isolation between the CAN-protocol controller-side of the device and the physical wires of the CAN network.

In the Lab: Analog Output Design Accelerator Kit

The components of an analog output must work seamlessly together. A purchased one can be complicated and incomplete; but building your own is a huge headache. Now there’s a third choice, with a power supply, diagnostics, schematics and a custom GUI.

Fundamentals of Serial Transceiver Devices

Learn the differences between three popular serial transceivers: RS-232, RS-422 and RS-485. This video walks through the details of each communication protocol and provides example applications.

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Beer Mug Factory: Maxim Integrated Industrial Products in Action

It’s Industry 4.0 in action. Watch as this fully-automated assembly line automatically creates a customized mug, complete with a token insert and individual signature, all controlled via handheld tablet. Analog integration makes it possible.

Introduction to the MAX14748 USB Type-C Charger

This video provides an introduction to the MAX14748, a USB Type-C Charger.

Micro PLC Universal Analog Input Card

The universal analog input is extremely popular in industrial systems. It accepts voltage, current, RTD and thermocouple inputs which provides flexibility for use in control and automation applications. Learn how our 24-bit universal analog input board makes use of the latest technologies and an innovative system architecture to simplify configuration and improve performance while reducing cost. All in an ultra-small Micro PLC form factor.

Introduction to the MAX33053E/54E +3.3V, 2Mbps CAN Transceiver with ±65V Fault Protection, ±25V CMR, and ±25kV ESD

This video provides an introduction to the MAX33053E and MAX33054E, +3.3V CAN (Control Area Network) transceivers with integrated protection for industrial applications.

Powering Up the MAX41464 300MHz–960MHz ASK (G)FSK Transmitter

Marty demonstrates the MAX41464EVKIT and its evaluation software by producing an FSK output spectrum driven by the software at an adjustable 868.3MHz rate. He also shows the MAX41464 in a stand-alone configuration driven by a signal generator.

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Getting Started with the MAX41460 RF Transmitter

Marty uses the MAX41460EVKIT, its software, and a spectrum analyzer to demonstrate how to view and control the MAX41460 RF transmitter input/output frequency responses.

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Introduction to the MAX20313-16 500mA to 6A Adjustable Current-Limit Switches

This video provides an introduction to the MAX20313–MAX20316 programmable current-limit switches, which feature internal current limiting to prevent damage to host devices due to faulty load conditions. 

Introduction to the MAXM17761 4.5V to 76V, 1A High-Efficiency, DC-DC Step-Down Power Module with Integrated Inductor

This video provides an introduction to the MAXM17761, an easy-to-use power module that combines a synchronous step down DC-DC converter with integrated FETs, a fully shielded inductor, and the compensation components into a low-profile, thermally-efficient, system-in-package (SiP).

Introduction to the MAXM15462 4.5V to 42V, 300mA Himalaya uSLIC Step-Down Power Module

This video provides an introduction to the MAXM15462 which saves space and reduces heat, with this 4.5V-42V, 300mA synchronous buck, highly efficient, power module in a new micro-SLIC package.

Introduction to the MAX12934/35 Two-Channel, Fast, Low Power, 5kVRMS Digital Isolators

This video provides an introduction to the MAX12934/MAX12935 which are the fastest, lowest power, 2-channel digital galvanic isolators on the market today, using Maxim’s proprietary process technology.

Understanding DAC Specifications

Understanding DAC Specifications

The digital-to-analog converter (DAC) converts digital words of 0s and 1s to analog voltage signals. This DAC tutorial walks you through the basics of digital-to-analog converter performance, from static to active specifications.

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Evaluation Kit for 3A Switch-Mode Buck Battery Charger

MAX77860EVKIT

Evaluates a single-input battery charger that features USB Type-C CC detection and reverse boost capability.

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Fundamentals of Electrostatic Discharge

Electromagnetic energy can cause unwanted effects such as electromagnetic interference (EMI) or damage, as with electrostatic discharge (ESD). In this tutorial, you will learn what causes ESD and what you can do to increase your system's immunity to ESD events.

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MAX17263

How to Select and Configure a Battery Fuel Gauge for Your Portable System

Travis explains how to choose a battery fuel gauge and battery characterization model. He demonstrates the ModelGauge™ m5’s EZ Configuration GUI which does not require characterization for most battery chemistries, using the MAX17263GEVKIT.



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Introduction to the MAX17671 4.5V to 60V, 150mA Step-down Switching Regulator with Integrated 50mA LDO

This video provides an introduction to the MAX17671, a dual-output regulator integrating a 4V to 60V, 150mA high-voltage, high-efficiency synchronous step-down converter with internal MOSFETs and a high-PSRR, low-noise, 2.35V to 5V, 50mA linear regulator.

Isolated 24V to 3.3V 33W Power Supply

MAXREFDES121

Isolated, industrial power-supply reference design with an efficient active-clamp topology design with 24V input.

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Introduction to the MAX77680 and MAX77681 3-Output SIMO Buck-Boost Regulator with Power Sequencer and 3μA IQ

This video provides an introduction to the MAX77680 and MAX77681, always-on, low power application mini PMICs. They include a single inductor with 3 buck-boost outputs.

Introduction to the MAX20323 USB Type-C CC-Pin Overvoltage Protector

This video provides an introduction to the MAX20323/A/B/C/D/E/F overvoltage protectors feature internal overvoltage threshold and surge protection to turn off the switches and prevent damage to USB type-C CC/SBU pins.

Introduction to the MAX9278B/82B 3.12Gbps GMSL Deserializers for Coax or STP Input and LVDS Output

This video provides an introduction to the MAX9278B/MAX9282B, a gigabit multimedia serial link (GMSL) deserializers that receive data from a GMSL serializer over 50Ω coax or 100Ω shielded twisted-pair (STP) cable and output deserialized data on 3 of 4 data-lane LVDS outputs (oLDI).

Educational Video – Industrial Digital Isolation

Learn about common data isolation technologies, why isolation is necessary and how to select the right digital isolator for your system.

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Linear Regulators

Fundamentals of Linear Regulators: LDO to SEPIC

Learn the basics of linear regulators such as low-dropout (LDO) linear regulators and single-ended primary inductor converter (SEPIC) switch mode ICs, including their features, benefits, and topologies.

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MAX66242 DeepCover安全认证器评估套件

MAX66242

包括ISO 15693、I2C、SHA-256标签/应答器,带4Kb用户EEPROM、RF/I2C接口和能量收集。

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How to Measure Current with the MAX4173 Current-Sense Amplifier and a Microcontroller

In this video, Sean uses the MAX4173 Evaluation Kit together with an Arduino® Uno to measure current. He also discusses the principle behind measuring current and why a current-sense amplifier is a very useful addition to this technique.

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From Amplitude Modulation (AM) to Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM)

Quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) is a powerful and versatile technique for the efficient transmission of wireless data. This tutorial is an introductory but in-depth session to refresh your knowledge about the fundamentals of QAM and its advantages over heterodyne amplitude modulation (AM).

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1-Wire® Technology Overview

Learn how the 1-Wire® communication protocol works, its advantages over other types of serial communication, common implementation configurations, and popular 1-Wire applications.

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Fundamentals of RF and Wireless Communications

Learn about the basic principles of radio frequency (RF) and wireless communications including the basic functions, common specifications, and key parameters involved in defining and evaluating RF communications systems.

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Understanding Power Losses in Buck Converters

Anthony examines the large power losses associated with the rectification diode of a traditional buck converter. He then shows how a synchronous buck converter, like the MAX17506 or MAX17503, can significantly improve efficiency, thermal performance, and reliability by replacing the diode with an integrated MOSFET.

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Fundamentals of Battery Fuel Gauges

Learn the basic principles of using battery fuel gauges to monitor and report the status of battery power. We review modern methods for measuring remaining battery power, accuracy considerations, and common challenges addressed by ModelGauge™ fuel gauge technology.

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Introducing the MAX32660 Evaluation System

Check out the speed and memory of the MAX32660 ultra-low-power Arm® Cortex®-M4 with FPU microcontroller. This low-power MCU is a great fit for your next IoT or wearable project.

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How to Set Up the MAX32631-EVKIT Using Eclipse on a Mac

Venkatesh shows how to set up Maxim's Arm® Microcontroller Toolchain in Eclipse on a Mac. He runs a demo program using the MAX32631-EVKIT, which evaluates the MAX32630/MAX32631/MAX32632 DARWIN ultra-low-power Arm Cortex®-M4 with FPU-based microcontrollers.

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How to Talk to Peripheral Devices through a SerDes Link in Bypass Mode

Darragh explains how to operate a serializer-deserializer link in I2C bypass mode to control remote peripherals, and demonstrates remote light sensing with the MAX9281 and MAX9276A.

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How to Amp Up Your Sound with the MAX98400A 40W Class D Amplifier

Katie demonstrates the operation of the MAX98400A stereo, high-power, Class D amplifier using the MAX98400AEVKIT and a boom box setup. Stereo audio (20W per speaker) and mono audio (40W) capabilities are both used to demonstrate direct speaker driving and filtered output driving.

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DC Motor Current Sensing in a PWM Environment with the MAX40056 Current-Sense Amplifier

DC Motor Current Sensing in a PWM Environment with the MAX40056 Current-Sense Amplifier

Ashwin demonstrates how the MAX40056 bidirectional current-sense amplifier performs rejection of high common-mode PWM signals to accurately measure torque and speed in a three-phase brushless DC (BLDC) motor system.

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MAX20313

How to Easily Add Overcurrent Protection with the MAX20313 Programmable Current-Limit Switch: Be Safe, Not Sorry

Darragh explains current-limit protection and demonstrates how to use the MAX20313 to protect your circuit design from overcurrent.

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MAX77816

Advantages of Using the MAX77816 Buck-Boost Regulator for Seamless Power Supply Transitions

Kevin shows the smooth transitions between the buck and boost modes of operation for the MAX77816 high-efficiency buck-boost regulator. Using the evaluation kit, he demonstrates the transient transitions of the buck-boost regulator by simply changing its power supply modes.

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Evaluation System for Optical Pulse Oximeter and Heart-Rate Sensor

MAX86140EVSYS

Allows flexible configurations to optimize measurement signal quality with minimal power consumption.

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MAX17222

How to Calculate the Quiescent Current of the MAX17222 nanoPower Boost Converter

Sankalp shows how to calculate the quiescent current of the MAX17222 nanoPower synchronous boost converter and explains how setting the proper resistor and pushbutton configuration extends the battery life of low-power portable solutions.

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NFC/RFID Tags and Readers

Fundamentals of NFC/RFID Communications

What’s the difference between NFC and RFID? Learn about the technology behind near field communication (NFC) and radio frequency identification (RFID) and the unique application characteristics of each. See how NFC and RFID ICs use modulation and demodulation processes, and through electromagnetic waves, move from the transmitter or tag to the receiver or reader.

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RF Predistortion ICs

Fundamentals of RF Power Amplifier Linearizers (RFPAL)

Learn the concepts behind RF power amplifier linearization, why and where it is needed, and the pros and cons of popular linearization techniques including power back-off, adaptive predistortion, and DPD.

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Facilitating Reliable Semiconductor Production

 

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Creating High-Quality Smart Metering Solution

 

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Introduction to the MAX14851 Six-Channel Digital Isolator

This video provides an introduction to the MAX14851, a six-channel digital isolator utilizing Maxim's proprietary process technology, whose monolithic design provides a compact and low-cost transfer of digital signals between circuits with different power domains.

Fundamentals of nanoPower Technology

Fundamentals of nanoPower Technology

Explore how nanoPower technology helps bring intelligence to the edge. See how shrinking, ultra-low power ICs, with quiescent current less than 1µA, enable compact applications to achieve higher efficiency and longer battery life, with no compromises.

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Introduction to the MAX5855 16-Bit, 4.9Gsps Wideband Interpolating and Modulating RF DAC with JESD204B Interface

This video provides an introduction to the MAX5855 and MAX5857, 16-Bit, 4.9Gsps Wideband Interpolating and Modulating RF DACs with JESD204B Interface.

Fundamentals of Pulse Oximeter Circuits

Fundamentals of Pulse Oximeter Circuits

Learn the fundamentals of pulse oximetry and photoplethysmography (PPG) for measuring heart rate and SpO2. We walk through the operation and critical design considerations for a fully integrated heart rate and SpO2 monitor, including ambient light cancellation and motion compensation algorithms. Common applications and solutions are presented.

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Home Automation Demo – electronica 2018

Ajay shows how the MAX41464 sub-GHz ASK/FSK transmitter can be used in home automation and security applications with its high output power, low current consumption, and selectable frequency. He demonstrates the transmitter collecting data from sensors and transmitting the data to a central hub that’s connected to the cloud.

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[Sales Rep] Introduction To SPICE Simulation, Module 1 - Introduction To Simetrix Spice, EE-sim

Module one of four modules on Simetrix / Spice training. Introduction to SIMetrix Spice. Step by step instructions to download and install the off-line version software. Following that, a sample schematic is built and saved for use in subsequent sessions.

[Sales Rep] RF Basics: Introduction to Impedance Matching and Smith Chart

This session is an introduces the concept of impedance matching. Included are: why impedance matching is necessary, transmission line theory, S-parameters, Smither chart and matching networks. Finally, an example using the MAX2472 is presented.

[Sales Rep] 4-Channel AFE Solution Customer Presentation

Discussion of analog front ends with focus on the MAXREFDES5 (Sante Fe) reference design. After an overview of AFEs, details of the Sante Fe reference design is discussed including architecture, performance and setup.

[Sales Rep] Maxim Masters, Tokyo 2017: Presentations for courses A - R.

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[Sales Rep] Solar Cell Optimizers - Solutions Overview

High level discussion of how different types of shading can negatively affect solar cell output and performance and how Maxim’s devices can minimize those effects.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Secure Authentication, Micros & Security BU

"Originally designed for Field Applications Engineers courses in this series are generally suitable for participants with a minimum level of technical knowledge, although some may require a more advanced technical background. Generally, as a result of completing this training an individual will gain a deeper and more technical understanding of the Maxim product and technology covered, enabling more effective customer interactions and engagements. This is a recorded workshop from the “FAE Technology Workshop” held on March 7-10, 2016, at the Maxim SJHQ location. Here’s the trainer’s description: Review of secure authentication will discuss customer use cases and FAQ, crypto-authentication, roadmap, and new mbed-based ref design. The issuing BU is: General. For content related questions, contact the trainer: Nathan Sharp & Ian Benz. NOTE: If you attend the FAE Technology workshop in EMEA or APAC, this topic may be covered during the live training."

[Sales Rep] Maxim Reference Design Update 9-25-2015

Update on Maxim reference designs. Covered are new releases and the FY16 roadmap for future reference designs.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Introduction to RF-DACs and Cable Access Products (PRE-WORK)

This is the pre-work for the FAE Technology Workshop: Introduction to RF-DACs and Cable Access Products course.

[Sales Rep] Understand 4-20mA Data Transmission

Introduction and overview of 4-20mA current loop communications. Explains the fundamentals and operation of 4-20mA including why current used as the basis, system issues, signaling, power and voltage issues. Hart modems are also discussed.

[Sales Rep] 4-Channel Analog Output - Design Accelerator Kit

This presentation focuses on the Analog Output Design Accelerator kit. Explains what an analog output is, where it is used and options available for designing an analog output module. Finally, it is shown how Maxim’s Design Accelerator kit makes it easy to demonstrate and evaluate Maxim’s solution.

[Sales Rep] FAE Training - MAX98371 Digital Input Class D Speaker Amplifier with Dynamic Headroom Tracking

This session provides a technical review of the MAX98371 and MAX98372 class-D audio amplifiers which feature dynamic headroom tracking (DHT).

[Sales Rep] Common Mode Range Level 1 Industrial Training

Introduction to the concept of common mode range. Common mode range is defined and its effect on interface circuits. Emphasis is on common mode range in RS-485 circuits.

[Sales Rep] MM 2017 Secure Authentication Prework

Introduction to DeepCover Secure Authentication product line. Includes how to approach your customers, identifying a product fit as well as security fundamentals

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Introduction to Maxim's Cortex M4F MCU's, Micros & Security BU

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[Sales Rep] Analog Signal Chain - Multiplexer (Mandarin)

Basic introduction to key element of signal chain multiplexer and analog switch. Note - this course is delivered in Mandarin.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Fuel Gauging Deep Dive, Mobile BU

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[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: DC to DC converter PCB Layout and Grounding

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[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Automotive Power, Automotive BU

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[Sales Rep] Maxim Masters, San Jose 2017: Presentations for courses A - I.

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[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: IO-Link Smart Sensors, Industrial & Healthcare BU

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[Sales Rep] Himalaya Module Customer Presentation

The Himalaya product line is a series of DC-to-DC power supply modules. This presentation explains the use and applications of DC-to-DC power modules, the design challenges that they solve and the advantages that Maxim’s devices offers

[Sales Rep] Maxim RF Transmitter and Receiver Solutions - Jan 2017

Overview and update of the RF transmitter and receiver product line. Included are: overview of the business unit (organization), key devices overview, how to qualify customer requirements, RF communication chain solution examples and merchandising and support collateral for Wireless and RF.

[Sales Rep] LED Driver Disty Presentation (Mandarin)

Overview of Maxim LED driver products. Focus is on devices for MR16 and AR111, POE lighting and DC Lighting. Discusses design challenges, competition, measuring efficiency and Maxim solution. Additional information for distributors is included in this version of the presentation.

[Sales Rep] Signal Integrity: PCB Layout Example 3 of 3

Third of five modules in the Signal Integrity curriculum. Explanations and recommendations for a good Circuit Board design in respect to Signal Integrity and EMC issues. The speech came from www.Learn.com and was addressing EMC issues; but the rules apply for Signal Integrity in general.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Digital Isolation Technology for Industrial and Healthcare Applications (PRE-WORK)

This is pre-work for the Digital Isolation Technology for Industrial and Healthcare course.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Industrial Digital Input & Output, Industrial & Healthcare BU

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[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: RF PA Linearizers (RFPAL) (Part 3), Core Products BU

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[Sales Rep] Maxim Masters 2017 Automotive Power (PRE-WORK 1.1)

This is the pre-work the Maxim Masters Automotive Power course. Review all of the datasheets for the parts listed and bring any questions you have to the live session.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Introduction to Coupled Inductors, Cloud & Data BU

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[Sales Rep] IC Fab - Diffusion 3 of 3

Third of three sessions which explains the diffusion process in IC fabrication. This module presents the roles and effects of doping/diffusion in the overall fabrication process. Doping, protection, and connections are discussed.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Cloud and Data Products in Prime Time, Cloud & Data BU

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The Himalaya product line is a series of DC-to-DC power supply modules. This presentation explains the use and applications of DC-to-DC power modules, the markets they serve, the design challenges that they solve and the advantages that Maxim’s devices offers. Finally, tips on overcoming customer objections are offered.

[Sales Rep] PMFI Sensor Module - Level 1

Introduction to Process Measurement and Field Instruments (PMFI). Defines what a sensor module is, where it is used, what’s inside, some product examples and design trends.

[Sales Rep] Maxim Masters 2017: Automotive Serdes - Hi Speed Serial Links (PRE-WORK)

This is the pre-work the Maxim Masters Automotive Serdes - Hi Speed Serial Links course. Note: When you click on the link you will need to log into your MyMaxim account to view it.

[Sales Rep] Signal Integrity: PCB Layout Example 2 of 3

Third of five modules in the Signal Integrity curriculum. Explanations and recommendations for a good Circuit Board design in respect to Signal Integrity and EMC issues. The speech came from www.Learn.com and was addressing EMC issues; but the rules apply for Signal Integrity in general.

[Sales Rep] Maxim Masters 2017: Fuel Gauge (PRE-WORK 2)

This is pre-work for the Maxim Masters 2017 Fuel Gauge course - MAX17055. Please watch the full video.

[Sales Rep] RF Basics - Transmitters

Introduction to RF fundamentals with a focus on transmitters. Following a review of Maxim’s RF web pages and quick introduction to transmitter devices, RF units and parameters are discussed. The transmit signal chain is introduced and the key building blocks are a transmitter presented. Finally, the key specifications of a transmitter are reviewed

[Sales Rep] Maxim Masters 2017: EE-Sim System Power (PRE-WORK)

This is pre-work for the EE-Sim DC-DC Design Tool V2 Essentials course. Please view the video titled "EE-Sim DC-DC Tool Overview". (9m 27s)

[Sales Rep] Current Sense Overview

This session provides an overview of current sense amplifiers and an update on the product line. Includes a brief description of CSAs and an overview of key parts including technical highlights..

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Securing Your System Design and IP, Micros & Security BU

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Discussion of two audio amplifier products which feature Dynamic Headroom Tracking (DHT).

[Sales Rep] IC Fab - Diffusion 2 of 3

Second of three sessions which explains the diffusion process in IC fabrication. This module discusses the various types of diffusion in detail, terminology used, pros and cons of various metals and the types of equipment used.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: ADCs - Update and Differentiators, Industrial & Healthcare BU

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[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: RF PA Linearizers (RFPAL) (Part 2), Core Products BU

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[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: NFC/RFID System Design, Micros & Security BU

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[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Automotive Overview, Automotive BU

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[Sales Rep] Signal Integrity: What is SI

First of five modules in the Signal Integrity curriculum which introduces the topic. Included are: Basic definition of SI, typical damaged signal, causes of signal damages and engineering tools for analyzing signal integrity.

[Sales Rep] Protection ICs Field Training

Technical deep dive into Maxim’s Protection ICs from the Industrial Power team. The first section covers what protection ICs are, where they fit in a design and the advantages that Maxim’s protection ICs offer. The second section is applications oriented and discusses completing a design, details of operation, example applications, application problems and common questions.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: RF PA Linearizers (RFPAL) (Part 1), Core Products BU

"Originally designed for Field Applications Engineers courses in this series are generally suitable for participants with a minimum level of technical knowledge, although some may require a more advanced technical background. Generally, as a result of completing this training an individual will gain a deeper and more technical understanding of the Maxim product and technology covered, enabling more effective customer interactions and engagements. This is a recorded workshop from the “FAE Technology Workshop” held on March 7-10, 2016, at the Maxim SJHQ location. Here’s the trainer’s description: Overview of RF PA Linearizers. The issuing BU is: Communication. For content related questions, contact the trainer: Andrew Brierley-Green. This is part 1 of a three part series. NOTE: Please ensure you are logged into your MyMaxim account in order to view the video. The video may take a few seconds to load."

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Design Considerations for Real-Time Clocks, Core Products BU

"Originally designed for Field Applications Engineers courses in this series are generally suitable for participants with a minimum level of technical knowledge, although some may require a more advanced technical background. Generally, as a result of completing this training an individual will gain a deeper and more technical understanding of the Maxim product and technology covered, enabling more effective customer interactions and engagements. This is a recorded workshop from the “FAE Technology Workshop” held on March 7-10, 2016, at the Maxim SJHQ location. Here’s the trainer’s description:Overview of RTC operation including selection of the right RTC as well as design considerations and troubleshooting techniques. The issuing BU is: Communication. For content related questions, contact the trainer: Alec Makdessian. NOTE: If you attend the FAE Technology workshop in EMEA or APAC, this topic may be covered during the live training."

[Sales Rep] Maxim MCU Overview - 12Dec2017

This course provides an update on Maxim’s microcontroller product line with emphasis on IoT markets and applications. Market segments are reviewed followed by the roadmap and an overview of several specific devices.

[Sales Rep] Technical Training, Basic 2018: RF Power Amplifier Linearizers_

This technical training course discusses power amp linearization and popular techniques to achieve it such as Power Backoff, RF PAL and Adaptive Predistortion.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Secure Authentication (PRE-WORK)

This is pre-work for the FAE Technology Workshop: Secure Authentication course.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: 4-Pair Power Over Ethernet (PRE-WORK)

This is the pre-work for the 4-Pair Power Over Ethernet self-paced training course.

[Sales Rep] Precision Analog Signal Chain Tool

This session covers the Precision Analog Signal Chain Tool. This tool allows part identification and selection by starting with a block diagram. The user clicks on the specific block of interest and is taken to list of candidate parts. This presentation explains the process by example.

[Sales Rep] Introduction to SPICE Simulation, Module 4 - SIMetrix spice/EE-sim Waveform Viewer

Module four of four modules on Simetrix / Spice training. Overview of using the waverform viewer in SIMetrix spice and EE-sim. Take measurements, scripted measurements, export simulation data to Word and Excel.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Fuel Gauging Deep Dive (Pre-Work 1)

First of three pre-work videos prior to the Fuel Gauge sessions in the FAE Technology Workshop - SJHQ, March 7-10, 2016.

[Sales Rep] RS-485 Driving Loads Level 1 Industrial Training

Introduction to RS-485 with an emphasis on load requirements and drive capabilities. Reviews the basics RS-485 standard and where it is used, then defines an RS-485 load and how that affects the performance.

[Sales Rep] IC Fab - Diffusion 1 of 3

First of three sessions which explains the diffusion process in IC fabrication. This module includes an overview of diffusion, why it is used, and the entire process from a top level. The second part of this module explains the physics, fundamentals, mechanisms and parameters associated with diffusion.

[Sales Rep] RF Basics on RF-Amplifiers and RF-Mixers

This session covers the basics of an RF receive chain. The building blocks and key parameters of an RF receiver are presented. RF amplifiers and RF mixers are discussed in detail. Topics include: Maxim RF solutions, RF units and scales, RF signal chain building blocks, RF amplifiers and RF mixers.

[Sales Rep] Solutions for Factory Automation

This session discusses Maxim’s technology as it enables next generation automation systems and contains information relevant for discussions with customer executives. Topics covered include customs alignment, factory automation trends, solution leadership and operational excellence.

[Sales Rep] IC Fab Overview - From Sand to Tested Parts

An introduction to the process of fabrication an integrated circuit. Describes the characteristics of silicon and the steps involved in refining it and producing ingots, developing wafers, how an IC is designed, masks and lithography, IC processing steps and packaging.

[Sales Rep] Maxim Supervisory Products

Each sub-category within the supervisory product line is described: what it does, Maxim advantages and example/key devices.

[Sales Rep] Multi-Socket Design-In Training

First of several trainings on the Multi-Socket Design-in (N+1) campaign. Three of the select block diagrams in the KeyPad tool are reviewed: Recloser controller, Cable downstream RF signal chain and small cells.

[Sales Rep] FAE Training - DC Brushed Motor Drivers

This session provides background on motor types (brushed DC, brushless DC and stepper) followed by a discussion of Maxim motor driver ICs.

[Sales Rep] Undervoltage and Overvoltage Protection Level 1 Industrial Training

This training explains undervoltage and overvoltage protection as they apply to interface devices and analog switches. Both are first defined, then it’s shown how they are implemented in ICs. Finally, a few examples of Maxim parts which implement this protection are shown.

[Sales Rep] Himalaya Customer Engineering Presentation (Mandarin)

The Himalaya product line is a series of DC-to-DC power supply modules. This presentation explains the use and applications of DC-to-DC power modules, the design challenges that they solve and the advantages that Maxim’s devices offers. The use of Maxim’s EE-Sim System Power Tool to ease the design process is also presented.

[Sales Rep] Fail Safe Level 1 Industrial Training

This session explains the Fail-Safe feature available in a number of Maxim’s interface products. Includes a description of the fail-safe function, why it is needed, how it works protect the system and a few examples.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Optical and Advanced Sensor Products, Industrial & Healthcare BU

"Originally designed for Field Applications Engineers courses in this series are generally suitable for participants with a minimum level of technical knowledge, although some may require a more advanced technical background. Generally, as a result of completing this training an individual will gain a deeper and more technical understanding of the Maxim product and technology covered, enabling more effective customer interactions and engagements. This is a recorded workshop from the “FAE Technology Workshop” held on March 7-10, 2016, at the Maxim SJHQ location. Here’s the trainer’s description: Overview of the advanced sensor technology applied to future Maxim products. The issuing BU is: Industrial & Healthcare. For content related questions, contact the trainer:Patrick Chong. NOTE: If you attend the FAE Technology workshop in EMEA or APAC, this topic may be covered during the live training."

[Sales Rep] Maxim Motor Control Solutions (Mandarin)

This session discusses motor control solutions including ADCs, encoder interface, RS-422 transceivers and current sense amplifiers.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Fuel Gauging Deep Dive (Pre-Work 3)

This is the third part of the pre-work for the FAE Technology Workshop: Fuel Gauging Deep Dive course.

[Sales Rep] LED Driver Customer Presentation

Overview of Maxim LED driver products. Focus is on devices for MR16 and AR111, POE lighting and DC Lighting. Discusses design challenges, competition, measuring efficiency and Maxim solution.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: New 12-Port PIXI - Overview and Applications, Industrial & Healthcare BU

"Originally designed for Field Applications Engineers courses in this series are generally suitable for participants with a minimum level of technical knowledge, although some may require a more advanced technical background. Generally, as a result of completing this training an individual will gain a deeper and more technical understanding of the Maxim product and technology covered, enabling more effective customer interactions and engagements. This is a recorded workshop from the “FAE Technology Workshop” held on March 7-10, 2016, at the Maxim SJHQ location. Here’s the trainer’s description: An introduction to and overview of the MAX11311, a 12-port addition to the PIXI product line along with example applications. The issuing BU is: Industrial & Healthcare. For content related questions, contact the trainer: June Li & Kien Mach. NOTE: If you attend the FAE Technology workshop in EMEA or APAC, this topic may be covered during the live training."

[Sales Rep] Analog Signal Chain - Overview (Mandarin)

This course provides a basic overview of the analog signal chain. All the basic elements within the signal chain are discussed as well as the key parameters and specifications associated with each one.

[Sales Rep] Low Power Microcontrollers Update

Update on low power microcontrollers. The focus is on the “ultra low power micro family”. The MAX3262x family is introduced. The emphasis is on unique features and product differentiators.

[Sales Rep] Core Automotive Product Update - Feb 2018

This session provides a general, comprehensive overview of the automotive products from the Core business unit. This includes all /V products. The focus of the presentation is on general product categories and quality.

[Sales Rep] Hot Swap Functionality in RS-485 Devices Level 1 Industrial Training

Tutorial on hot-swap functionality in RS-485 interface devices. Discusses what hot-swap is, how it works and a few Maxim examples.

[Sales Rep] Standard Power Supply Update

This presentation discusses the power products covered by the Core Products group. These are single function standard power products which operate at input voltages up to 60V. Includes new products and ‘how to sell’.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: New 12-Port PIXI - Overview and Applications (Files- Rev1.1)

"Ahead of the New 12-Port PIXI - Overview and Applications workshop: 1. Download and install the 'PIXI_Pre-Install' configuration file found in the Resources section of this training. 2. Download the required files titled 'MAX11311 Demo Madrid'."

[Sales Rep] What is a PLC?

Basic introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC). Provides a history of automation, what PLCs do, where they are found and what they do.

[Sales Rep] Industrial and Healthcare Update

Update on Industrial Automation. Discusses the Industrial strategy, a top level overview of the product line and target markets. Products discussed in more detail are motor control products.

[Sales Rep] Signal Integrity: IBIS Modeling

Second of five modules in the Signal Integrity curriculum. Topics include IBIS model creation, verification and simulation. It explains how IBIS models are extracted and used in simulators such as Hyperlynx or Sigrity

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Medical Sensor Technology, Industrial & Healthcare BU

"Originally designed for Field Applications Engineers courses in this series are generally suitable for participants with a minimum level of technical knowledge, although some may require a more advanced technical background. Generally, as a result of completing this training an individual will gain a deeper and more technical understanding of the Maxim product and technology covered, enabling more effective customer interactions and engagements. This is a recorded workshop from the “FAE Technology Workshop” held on March 7-10, 2016, at the Maxim SJHQ location. Here’s the trainer’s description:Understand the trade-offs and performance requirements for clinical and sensor applications. The issuing BU is: Industrial & Healthcare. For content related questions, contact the trainer: Rob Johnson & Larry Skrenes. NOTE: If you attend the FAE Technology workshop in EMEA or APAC, this topic may be covered during the live training."

 

"Originally designed for Field Applications Engineers courses in this series are generally suitable for participants with a minimum level of technical knowledge, although some may require a more advanced technical background. Generally, as a result of completing this training an individual will gain a deeper and more technical understanding of the Maxim product and technology covered, enabling more effective customer interactions and engagements. This is a recorded workshop from the “FAE Technology Workshop” held on March 7-10, 2016, at the Maxim SJHQ location. Here’s the trainer’s description: Find out how to confidently position the technical merits of Maxim’s protection ICs versus discrete and competing solutions. The issuing BU is: Industrial & Healthcare. For content related questions, contact the trainer: Sidney Chan. NOTE: If you attend the FAE Technology workshop in EMEA or APAC, this topic may be covered during the live training."

[Sales Rep] LED Driver Customer Presentation (Mandarin)

Overview of Maxim LED driver products. Focus is on devices for MR16 and AR111, POE lighting and DC Lighting. Discusses design challenges, competition, measuring efficiency and Maxim solution.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Fuel Gauging Hand's On (Files)

Downloads, pre-installs and documents to accompany the Fuel Gauge Hand's On workshop.

[Sales Rep] LED Driver Disty Presentation

Overview of Maxim LED driver products. Focus is on devices for MR16 and AR111, POE lighting and DC Lighting. Discusses design challenges, competition, measuring efficiency and Maxim solution. Additional information for distributors is included in this version of the presentation.

[Sales Rep] Introduction To SPICE Simulation, Module 2 - Spice Overview and Adjusting the SIMetrix Spice Options

Module two of four modules on Simetrix / Spice training. Overview of the development of spice, variations in commercial versions, convergence, and adjusting the spice options.

[Sales Rep] Technical Training, Basic 2018: NanoPower_

Technical training course discussing what is nanoPower and how to achieve them by utilizing devices that are optimized for quiescent power consumption.

 

Product update on LED driver devices. Includes an explanation of LED driver functionality and operation, and target markets. Emphasis is on MR16 and PoE lighting applications..

[Sales Rep] Introducing Request Tracker 2.0 and Knowledgebase

This session discusses Request Tracker 2 and Knowledgebase. Covers the history of Request Tracker, the new enhancements and how to use it.

[Sales Rep] Maxim Masters 2017: Fuel Gauge (PRE-WORK-FILES)_

Please download all of these documents before attending Maxim Masters. Also ENSURE that all zip files have been installed for each part before arriving to class.

 

Introduction to Field Bus Modules. Defines what a field bus module is, where it is used, what’s inside, some product examples and design trends.

[Sales Rep] Analog Output Module - Level 1

Introduction to Analog Output Modules, one of the building blocks used in Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC). Discusses what an analog output is, what its function is, what’s inside it and where it is used. Finally, some product examples are shown along with design trends.

[Sales Rep] Introduction to Electronic Point of Sale (EPOS) Security

Introduction to security associated with electronic point-of-sale (EPOS) terminals. Includes a simplified explanation of security principles, what is protected and various methods used to protect EPOS equipment.

[Sales Rep] Maxim Masters, San Jose 2017: Presentations for courses M - Z.

"This material contains PDF versions of the presentations from Maxim Masters, San Jose 2017. Presentations for courses from M-Z. Ensure pop-up blockers are off to allow zip file to download. NOTE: This content is very similar to content that will be delivered at future Maxim Masters events in 2017."

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Fuel Gauging Deep Dive (Pre-Work 2)

This is the second pre-work for the FAE Technology Workshop: Fuel Gauge Deep Dive course.

[Sales Rep] FAE Technology Workshop: Simple and Effective Communication Skills for FAEs

"Originally designed for Field Applications Engineers courses in this series are generally suitable for participants with a minimum level of technical knowledge, although some may require a more advanced technical background. Generally, as a result of completing this training an individual will gain a deeper and more technical understanding of the Maxim product and technology covered, enabling more effective customer interactions and engagements. This is the PDF version of a presentation delivered at the “FAE Technology Workshop” held on March 7-10, 2016, at the Maxim SJHQ location. Here’s the trainer’s description: Best practices for technical communication between FAEs and business units. For content related questions, contact the trainer: Sean Gold. NOTE: If you attend the FAE Technology workshop in EMEA or APAC, this topic may be covered during the live training."

[Sales Rep] RS-485 -- Half or Full Duplex? Level 1 Industrial Training

This session explains the difference between half and full duplex transceivers. Includes: explaining the RS-422 and RS-485 standards, half duplex, full duplex and what applications use RS-422 and RS-485.

[Sales Rep] Precision Data Converter Update

Update on precision data converters including a review of the overall product line, focus markets and end equipment and product portfolios and road maps.

[Sales Rep] Introduction to SPICE Simulation, Module 3 - Running (EE-sim) SIMetrix spice simulation

Module three of four modules on Simetrix / Spice training. In this module simulations are set up and run and provides an overview of running DC operating point, Transient, AC Sweeps, Parameter sweeps, and Monte Carlo simulations..