Low-Power, Two-Channel Sensor Signal Processor
DescriptionThe MAX1463 is a highly integrated, low-power, two-channel sensor signal processor optimized for industrial and process control applications such as pressure sensing and compensation, RTD and thermal-couple linearization, weight sensing and classification, and remote process monitoring with limit indication.
The MAX1463 accommodates sensors with outputs ranging from 1mV/V to 1V/V and supports both programmable current and voltage sensor excitation. The MAX1463 provides amplification, calibration, signal linearization, and temperature compensation that enable an overall performance approaching the inherent repeatability of the sensor without requiring any external trim components.
Two 16-bit voltage output DACs and two 12-bit PWMs can be used to indicate each of the temperature-compensated sensor signals independently as a sum or difference signal, or user-defined relationship between each signal and temperature. Uncommitted op amps are available for buffering the DAC outputs, driving heavier external loads, or providing additional gain and filtering.
The MAX1463 incorporates a 16-bit CPU, user-programmable 4kB of FLASH program memory, 128 bytes of FLASH user information, one 16-bit ADC, two 16-bit DACs, two 12-bit PWM digital outputs, four Rail-to-Rail op amps, one SPI-compatible interface, two GPIOs, and one on-chip temperature sensor.
The MAX1463 operates from a single 5.0V supply and is packaged for automotive, industrial, and commercial temperature ranges in a 28-pin SSOP package.
- Calibrators and Controllers
- GMR and MR Magnetic Direction Sensors
- Pressure Sensor Signal Conditioning
- Process Indicators
- Thermocouple and RTD Linearization
- Transducers and Transmitters
- Weight Measurement Systems
Technical DocumentsApp Note 3852 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on the MAX1464 Digital Sensor Signal Conditioner
App Note 3044 Calibration of Weight Sensors Using Dead Weights
Tutorial 2024 The MAX1463 Sensor Compensation Algorithm
App Note 1889 The MAX1463EVKIT Setup and Functional Verification
App Note 1888 Understanding Temperature Sensor Readings in the MAX1463
App Note 871 Demystifying Piezoresistive Pressure Sensors
App Note 637 Tech Tips: Getting the Most from Your Sensor and Conditioning Electronics
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- Complete Biometric Sensor Hub
- World-Class Algorithm for Wearable Applications
- High Accuracy
- Long Battery Life
- Small Size
- 1-Wire Interface Requires Only One Port Pin for Communication
- Unique 64-bit Serial Code Stored in an On-Board ROM
- External Resistor Selects Address for Location Identification
- Miniature 3.5mm x 7.0mm x 1.5mm, 14-Pin Optical Module
- Optical-Grade Glass for Long-Term Optimal and Robust Performance
- Ultra-Low-Power Operation for Mobile Device
|App Note||3852||Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on the MAX1464 Digital Sensor Signal Conditioner|
|App Note||3044||Calibration of Weight Sensors Using Dead Weights|
|Tutorial||2024||The MAX1463 Sensor Compensation Algorithm|
|App Note||1889||The MAX1463EVKIT Setup and Functional Verification|
|App Note||1888||Understanding Temperature Sensor Readings in the MAX1463|
|App Note||871||Demystifying Piezoresistive Pressure Sensors|
|App Note||637||Tech Tips: Getting the Most from Your Sensor and Conditioning Electronics|