MAX31342SHLD

Evaluation Kit for the MAX31342


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Description

The MAX31342 shield is a fully assembled and tested PCB to evaluate the MAX31342, low-current, real-time clock (RTC) with I2C interface. The shield operates from a single supply, either from USB or external power supply, and the onboard crystal provides a 32.768kHz clock signal. This device is accessed through an I2C serial interface.

The MAX31342 shield provides the hardware and software graphical user interface (GUI) necessary to evaluate the MAX31342. The shield includes a MAX31342EWA+T installed. The shield connects to the PC through a MAX32625PICO Board and a micro-USB cable.

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Key Features

  • Easy Evaluation of the MAX31342
  • +1.6V to 3.6V Single-Supply Operation
  • Proven PCB Layout
  • Mbed/Arduino Platform Compatible
  • Fully Assembled and Tested

Applications/Uses

  • Medical
  • Point-of-Sale (POS)
  • Portable Audio
  • Portable Instruments
  • Power Meters
  • Telematics
  • Wearables

Technical Documents

User Guide 6890 MAX31342 RTC Shield Software User Guide

Additional Resources

How to Use the MAX31342SHLD Evaluation Kit

Tools & Models

  • MAX31342SHLD Gerber File
  • Request Reliability Report for: MAX31342SHLD 
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