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Ultra-Low Power Biometric Sensor Hub

Low Power Sensor Hub Family which Seamlessly Communicates with Several Maxim Bio-metric Sensors

Product Details

The MAX32664 is a sensor hub family with embedded firmware and world-class algorithms for wearables. It seamlessly enables customer-desired sensor functionality, including communication with Maxim’s optical sensor solutions and delivering raw or calculated data to the outside world. This is achieved while keeping overall system power consumption in check. The device family interfaces to a microcontroller host via a fast-mode slave I2C interface for access to raw and processed sensor data as well as field updates. A firmware bootloader is also provided.

The MAX32664 Version A supports the MAX30101/MAX30102 high-sensitivity pulse oximeter and heart-rate sensor for wearable health for finger-based applications. A master mode I2C interface for communication with sensors is provided.

The MAX32664 Version B supports the MAX86140/MAX86141 for wrist-based applications. A master mode SPI interface for communication with sensors is provided.

The MAX32664 Version C supports the MAX86140/MAX86141 for wrist-based applications and MAXM86161 for ear-based applications. The device provides either a master mode SPI or an I2C interface for communication with sensors.

The MAX32664Version D supports the MAX30101/MAX30102 high-sensitivity pulse oximeter and heart-rate sensor for wearable health for finger-based applications. A master mode I2C interface for communication with sensors is provided. Version D also supports estimated blood pressure monitoring.

The wearable algorithms in the MAX32664 sensor hub support a directly connected accelerometer. They also allow feeding of X, Y, and Z samples from a host-connected accelerometer. This architecture provides robust detection and compensation of motion artifacts in captured samples.

The tiny form factor 1.6mm x 1.6mm WLP or 3mm x 3mm TQFN allows for integration into extremely small application devices.

Also See:
MAX32664 FAQs

Learn more about the different versions ›

Key Features

  • Biometric Sensor Hub Enables Faster Time to Market
  • Finger-Based (Version A) Algorithms Measure
    • Pulse Heart Rate
    • Pulse Blood Oxygen Saturation (SpO2)
  • Wrist-Based (Version B) Algorithm Measures:
    • Pulse Heart Rate
  • Wrist-Based or Ear-Based (Version C) Algorithms Measure:
    • Pulse Heart Rate
    • Pulse Blood Oxygen Saturation (SpO2)
  • Finger-Based (Version D) Algorithms Measure:
    • Pulse Heart Rate
    • Pulse Blood Oxygen Saturation (SpO2)
    • Estimated Blood Pressure
  • Both Raw and Processed Data Are Available
  • Basic Peripheral Mix Optimizes Size and Performance
    • One Slave I2C for Communication with a Host Microcontroller
    • One Master I2C for Communication with Sensors Sensors (Versions A, C, and D)
    • One Master SPI for Communication with Sensors Sensors (Versions B and C)
    • 32.768kHz RTC
    • FIFO Provides Minimal Host Interaction
    • Bootloader Facilitates Secure, Authenticated Firmware Upgrades

Applications/Uses

  • Wearable Fitness
  • Hearables
  • Wearable Medical
  • Portable Medical
  • Mobile Devices
Parametric specs for Microcontrollers
MCU Core ARM Cortex-M4F
Internal Flash (KBytes) 256
Core Clock Speed (MHz) (max) 96
Data Processing 32-bit
Internal SRAM (KBytes) 96
Package/Pins TQFN/24
WLP/16
Budgetary
Price (See Notes)
$1.70 @1k
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Parameters

Parametric specs for Microcontrollers
MCU Core ARM Cortex-M4F
Internal Flash (KBytes) 256
Core Clock Speed (MHz) (max) 96
Data Processing 32-bit
Internal SRAM (KBytes) 96
Package/Pins TQFN/24
WLP/16
Budgetary
Price (See Notes)
$1.70 @1k

Key Features

  • Biometric Sensor Hub Enables Faster Time to Market
  • Finger-Based (Version A) Algorithms Measure
    • Pulse Heart Rate
    • Pulse Blood Oxygen Saturation (SpO2)
  • Wrist-Based (Version B) Algorithm Measures:
    • Pulse Heart Rate
  • Wrist-Based or Ear-Based (Version C) Algorithms Measure:
    • Pulse Heart Rate
    • Pulse Blood Oxygen Saturation (SpO2)
  • Finger-Based (Version D) Algorithms Measure:
    • Pulse Heart Rate
    • Pulse Blood Oxygen Saturation (SpO2)
    • Estimated Blood Pressure
  • Both Raw and Processed Data Are Available
  • Basic Peripheral Mix Optimizes Size and Performance
    • One Slave I2C for Communication with a Host Microcontroller
    • One Master I2C for Communication with Sensors Sensors (Versions A, C, and D)
    • One Master SPI for Communication with Sensors Sensors (Versions B and C)
    • 32.768kHz RTC
    • FIFO Provides Minimal Host Interaction
    • Bootloader Facilitates Secure, Authenticated Firmware Upgrades

Applications/Uses

  • Wearable Fitness
  • Hearables
  • Wearable Medical
  • Portable Medical
  • Mobile Devices

Description

The MAX32664 is a sensor hub family with embedded firmware and world-class algorithms for wearables. It seamlessly enables customer-desired sensor functionality, including communication with Maxim’s optical sensor solutions and delivering raw or calculated data to the outside world. This is achieved while keeping overall system power consumption in check. The device family interfaces to a microcontroller host via a fast-mode slave I2C interface for access to raw and processed sensor data as well as field updates. A firmware bootloader is also provided.

The MAX32664 Version A supports the MAX30101/MAX30102 high-sensitivity pulse oximeter and heart-rate sensor for wearable health for finger-based applications. A master mode I2C interface for communication with sensors is provided.

The MAX32664 Version B supports the MAX86140/MAX86141 for wrist-based applications. A master mode SPI interface for communication with sensors is provided.

The MAX32664 Version C supports the MAX86140/MAX86141 for wrist-based applications and MAXM86161 for ear-based applications. The device provides either a master mode SPI or an I2C interface for communication with sensors.

The MAX32664Version D supports the MAX30101/MAX30102 high-sensitivity pulse oximeter and heart-rate sensor for wearable health for finger-based applications. A master mode I2C interface for communication with sensors is provided. Version D also supports estimated blood pressure monitoring.

The wearable algorithms in the MAX32664 sensor hub support a directly connected accelerometer. They also allow feeding of X, Y, and Z samples from a host-connected accelerometer. This architecture provides robust detection and compensation of motion artifacts in captured samples.

The tiny form factor 1.6mm x 1.6mm WLP or 3mm x 3mm TQFN allows for integration into extremely small application devices.

Also See:
MAX32664 FAQs

Learn more about the different versions ›

Simplified Block Diagram

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Support & Training

Search our knowledge base for answers to your technical questions.

Filtered Search

Our dedicated team of Applications Engineers are also available to answer your technical questions. Visit our support portal