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Financial Terminals

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Maxim's secure microcontrollers and security managers incorporate tamper-resistive elements, making them ideally suited for financial applications. We also offer a full array of interface, display, timing, and supervisory products. Maxim’s comprehensive offering enables faster certification and time to market for all financial terminal types, including mobile point-of-sales (MPOS).

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4-Channel Analog Output

MAXREFDES24

This four-channel, 16-bit, high-accuracy analog output design is fully isolated and provides all typical bipolar current and voltage output ranges, and appropriate subsets, with less than ±0.1% typical total unadjusted error. Input is digital SPI. Requires input voltage of 18 to 32VDC.

Isolated 24V to 5V, 12.5W No-Opto Flyback Power Supply

MAXREFDES120

Compact 24V input module with secondary-side synchronous MOSFET driver that features 5V at 2.5A output.

Isolated 24V to 5V, 9W No-Opto Flyback Power Supply

MAXREFDES119

Compact 24V input module with secondary-side synchronous MOSFET driver that features 5V at 1.8A output.

MAXREFDES179

MAXREFDES179

MAXREFEDES176

Introduction to the MAX22000 Industrial Configurable Analog I/O

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Industrial Configurable Analog I/O - the MAX22000.

1-Wire to IIC/SPI Bridge

This video is to explain the function of DS28E18 in converting IIC/SPI to a 1-Wire network.

MAXREFDES12581: 200W DC-DC Buck Converter Using the MAX15157B

The MAXREFDES1258 is a 1200W, 12V 4-phase DC-DC buck converter that can deliver up to 100A load current.

Introduction to the MAX16171 Ideal Diode Controller with Reverse Current Protection

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Ideal Diode Controller with Reverse Current Protection - the MAX16171.

Introduction to the MAX20361 Small, Single /Multi-cell Solar Harvester with MPPT

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Small, Single /Multi-cell Solar Harvester with MPPT - the MAX20361.

electronica 2020 Keynote: Application Trends, Challenges, and Solutions on Low-Power System Design

In this virtual electronica 2020 Keynote, Ravi Ambatipudi, VP and GM of Battery Power BU at Maxim Integrated, discusses application trends, challenges, and solutions for low-power system designs.

Intro to Hot-Swap: Key Products in Maxim’s Portfolio

This short chapter introduces the most common and useful hot-swap controllers and fully-integrated solutions from Maxim’s Cloud and Data Center business unit.

Intro to Hot-Swap Circuits: Other Topologies

This chapter expands on the first with additional circuit topologies, including negative-supply hot-swap circuits.

Intro to Hot-Swap Circuits: High Side N-Channel

This chapter introduces the role and necessity of hot-swap control for electrical power, and demonstrates the most common circuit: a high-side n-channel MOSFET with controlled gate slew-rate.

Introduction to the MAX25206 MAX25207 Versatile Automotive 60V/70V 2.2MHz Buck Controller with 7µA IQ and Optional Bypass Mode

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Versatile Automotive 60V/70V 2.2MHz Buck Controller with 7µA IQ and Optional Bypass Mode

Introduction to the MAX33040E +3.3V, 4Mbps CAN Transceiver with ±40V Fault Protection, ±25V CMR, and ±40KV ESD in SOT23/8

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's +3.3V, 4Mbps CAN Transceiver with ±40V Fault Protection, ±25V CMR, and ±40KV ESD in SOT23/8 - the MAX33040E.

Introduction to the MAX20360 Wearable Power Management Solution

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Wearable Power Management Solution - the MAX20360.

Introduction to the MAX25231 36V, 1.2A Mini Buck Converter with 3.5µA IQ

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's 36V, 1.2A Mini Buck Converter with 3.5µA IQ - the MAX25231.

Introduction to the MAX25232 36V, 3A Mini Buck Converter with 3.5µA IQ

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's 36V, 3A Mini Buck Converter with 3.5µA IQ - the MAX25232.

Getting to Know the MAX32665

How to choose a BLE5-capable microcontroller? Learn why the MAX32665 is really the only choice!

RTC Accuracy Over Temperature

In this demo video, a paltier device is placed on the back side of the board to heat up or cool down the RTC. Since temperature changes can affect RTC accuracy, this demo system will display the accuracy of the RTC with or without internal temperature compensation circuit enabled

Making the true wireless earbud user experience great with the DS2488!

True wireless earbuds are about more than just great audio. They’re also about form factor, great battery life, and keeping the user informed about the status of the battery. The DS2488 provides control, status, charging management, and high-speed firmware updates over just two contacts between the charging box and the earbud. This video shows you how Maxim got so many functions in such a tiny package!

Introduction to the MAX77642 MAX77643 Ultra Configurable PMIC Featuring 93% Peak Efficiency Single-Inductor, 3-Output Buck-Boost, 1-LDO for Long Battery Life

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Ultra Configurable PMIC Featuring 93% Peak Efficiency Single-Inductor, 3-Output Buck-Boost, 1-LDO for Long Battery Life - the MAX77642 MAX77643.

Introduction to the MAX77597 36V, 300mA, Buck Converter with 1.1μA IQ

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's 36V, 300mA, Buck Converter with 1.1μA IQ - the MAX77597.

A Sneek Peak at Maxim Integrated’s RF MUXDAC Data Source

Searching for the right RF DAC for your communications, radar, or similar application? Watch this 1-minute video to learn how Maxim Integrated’s RF MUXDAC data source (MDS) can help. The MDS tool consists of software, firmware, and hardware that provide the digital stimulus to our RF DACs that employ parallel, multiplexed LVDS data interfaces.

MAX20796 Evaluation Kit Demonstration

Learn how to set up and use the MAX20796CL2EVKIT, including Maxim’s PMBus GUI software

Introduction to the DS2488 1-Wire® Dual-Port Link

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's 1-Wire® Dual-Port Link - the DS2488.

Introduction to the MAX2088 16 Channel, High Performance, Low Power, Fully Integrated Ultrasound Receiver

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's 16 Channel, High Performance, Low Power, Fully Integrated Ultrasound Receiver - the MAX2088.

Introduction to the MAX11947 4 Channel AISG Integrated Modem

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's 4 Channel AISG Integrated Modem - the MAX11947.

How to Use OASIS to Correlate Bench Measurements with Simulations

Ben walks through how to take accurate power supply bench measurements, and how to import those measurements into OASIS. He then demonstrates how to troubleshoot and verify a design using this method and the MAX17242EVKIT.

How to Setup a Forward Channel Link with a GMSL Pair

Chetan will outline the requirements for getting a GMSL pair to establish a forward channel link. He will then demonstrate this procedure using the MAX9275, MAX9276A, and MAX96705.

How to Test Your Design's Robustness with Voltage Margining

Arun describes what voltage margining is, where its used, and how to perform voltage margining easily with a few Maxim Integrated components. He also includes a demo of the voltage margining functions on the MAX16046.

SIMPLIS versus SPICE: Which is Better for Switching Power Conversion Simulation?

SIMPLIS was initially developed because SPICE did not simulate switching converters effectively. In this video, Brooks will demonstrate how SIMPLIS simulates switching power converters much faster, avoids convergence issues commonly found in SPICE, and has a built-in linearizing algorithm that quickly produces accurate frequency domain response curves (Bode plots).

Introduction to the MAX14914 High-Side Switch with Settable Current-Limiting, Push-Pull Driver Option and Digital Input Configuration

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's High-Side Switch with Settable Current-Limiting, Push-Pull Driver Option and Digital Input Configuration - the MAX14914.

Introduction to the MAX32655 Low-power ARM Cortex-M4F Microcontroller w/ Bluetooth 5

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Low-power ARM Cortex-M4F Microcontroller w/ Bluetooth 5 - the MAX32655.

Introduction to the MAX16984A Automotive High-Current Step-Down Converter with USB Protection/Host Charger Adapter Emulator

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Automotive High-Current Step-Down Converter with USB Protection/Host Charger Adapter Emulator - the MAX16984A.

Introduction to the MAX25210 Automotive Ultra Low Quiescent Current Linear Regulator Family

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Automotive Ultra-Low Quiescent Current Linear Regulator Family - the MAX25210.

Introduction to the MAX49140 30ns, Low-Power, 3V/5V, Rail-to-Rail Single-Supply Comparator

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's 30ns, Low-Power, 3V/5V, Rail-to-Rail Single-Supply Comparator - the MAX49140.

Introduction to the MAX17227A 400mV to 5.5V Input, 2A nanoPower Boost Converter with Short Circuit Protection and True Shutdown

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's 400mV to 5.5V Input, 2A nanoPower Boost Converter with Short Circuit Protection and True Shutdown - the MAX17227A.

Introduction to the MAX20028 Step-Down Controller with Dual 2.1MHz Step-Down DC-DC Converters

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Step-Down Controller with Dual 2.1MHz Step-Down DC-DC Converters - the MAX20028.

Introduction to the MAX25300A MAX25300B 12μVRMS Low Noise 500mA LDO Linear Regulator

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's 12μVRMS Low Noise 500mA LDO Linear Regulator - the MAX25300A MAX25300B.

Introduction to the DG1206 DG1207 Low-Leakage, Single 16-Channel and Dual 8-Channel, Analog Multiplexer

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Low-Leakage, Single 16-Channel and Dual 8-Channel, Analog Multiplexer - the DG1206 DG1207.

Introduction to the MAX25605 6 Switch Sequential LED Controller For Automotive Lighting Systems

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's 6 Switch Sequential LED Controller For Automotive Lighting Systems - the MAX25605.

Introduction to the MAX25430 Automotive 100W USB-PD Buck-Boost Port Controller and Protector

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Automotive 100W USB-PD Buck-Boost Port Controller and Protector - the MAX25430.

Introduction to the MAX20069B Automotive 4-Channel TFT Bias with 4ch 150mA/ch LED Driver

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Automotive 4-Channel TFT Bias with 4ch 150mA/ch LED Driver - the MAX20069B.

Introduction to the MAX77831 2.5V to 16V Input, 18W Output High-Efficiency Buck-Boost Converter

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's 2.5V to 16V Input, 18W Output High-Efficiency Buck-Boost Converter - the MAX77831.

Introduction to the MAX40213 Transimpedance Amplifiers with Selectable Gain and Input Current Clamp

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Transimpedance Amplifiers with Selectable Gain and Input Current Clamp - the MAX40213.

SerDes Part 6 - Sounds good!

A movie without a soundtrack isn’t much fun! In this episode, we see how GMSL provides transport for multichannel audio in addition to the video and control channels.

SerDes Part 4 - Get the picture?

Getting a usable picture from a camera is more work than it appears! You have to think of color spaces, interfaces, and compatibility. In this video, we introduce the concept of color spaces and take a first look at the interfaces you might encounter as you connect video sources and displays to the ECM.

Introduction to the MAX77975 MAX77976 19VIN, 3.5/5.5A 1-Cell Li+ Battery Charger with Smart Power SelectorTM and OTG for USB-C PD

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's 19VIN, 3.5/5.5A 1-Cell Li+ Battery Charger with Smart Power SelectorTM and OTG for USB-C PD - the MAX77975 and MAX77976.

What is a SerDes and why do I need one?

Cameras and other sensors are being used in automotive applications more and more frequently. That means there’s a lot of data flowing into and out of the electronics control module in the vehicle. In this first episode, we discover how Maxim’s GMSL SerDes products help manage the flood of data and make a fully integrated system possible.

SerDes part 3: All about line coding

Three issues – DC balance, clock recovery, and EMI mitigation – can confound the successful deployment of a high-speed communication link. In this video, we see how Maxim GMSL devices use scrambling, coding, and spread spectrum techniques to address those issues.

SerDes part 2 The Signaling Quagmire

To send a signal of several megahertz down a cable, you need more than conventional logic classes. You need CML – current mode logic. In this video, you’ll get to know CML and some of the issues that arise when you’re sending multi-megabit data streams down a cable in a harsh environment.

SerDes - Part 5: Control freak!

Devices that connect to the serial link require configuration, management during operation, and status monitoring. Maxim’s GMSL serializers and de-serializers provide a control channel in both the forward and reverse direction that provides transport for this critical function. This video shows you how that works.

SerDes - Part 7: Pixels and the Serial Stream

Video sources vary greatly in resolution, pixel depth, and frame rates. But the GMSL serial bit stream typically operates over a fairly narrow range of bit rates. How do we reconcile the pixel data rates to the serial bit stream? This video shows you how!

SerDes Part 8 - Start Me Up

In a perfect world, you’d just apply power to the serializer and deserializer and everything would just work! But in the real world, things have to be configured before data begins to flow! In this video, we look at five real-world parts and discover how they configure themselves at power-up.

SerDes Part 9 - Interfaces

GMSL moves video around an automotive environment quickly and accurately. But getting the video into and out of a GMSL system depends on interfaces. In this episode, we start with legacy parallel interfaces and then investigate the interfaces that connect cameras, displays, and video players to a GMSL-connected system.

Introduction to the MAX22245 MAX22246 Reinforced, Fast, Low-Power, Two-Channel Digital Isolators

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Reinforced, Fast, Low-Power, Two-Channel Digital Isolators - the MAX22245 and MAX22246.

Case Study: Design and Optimize Your Power Supply in Under an Hour

See how a senior applications engineer can create a custom DC-DC converter design, run simulations, make improvements, and iterate to a hardware-ready design in under an hour using the EE-Sim Design Tools.

How to Use Simple Tips and Tricks to Simulate Most Effectively in EE-Sim OASIS

Prathamesh presents simple tips and tricks to use Maxim’s EE-Sim® OASIS Simulator effectively and easily. In this video, he explains how to plot simulation curves on a new tab, add probes to a circuit, stack waveforms, and much more.

MAXREFDES_LIDAR1# - MAXREFDES_LIDAR1# Quad-Channel LiDAR Receiver Front-End Reference Design, MAX40662, MAX40026

MAXREFDES104#: Health Sensor Platform 3.0

Enables quick evaluation of our portfolio of wearable products to significantly shorten the development time for custom fitness, health, and clinical 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 MAX22520 One-Time Programmable (OTP) Industrial Sensor Output Driver

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's One-Time Programmable (OTP) Industrial Sensor Output Driver - the MAX22520.

Introduction to the MAX17526A 5.5V to 60V, 6A Current-Limiter with OV, UV, Reverse Protection, and Power Limit

This video provides an introduction to the MAX17526A, the industry's smallest and robust integrated system protection solutions. The MAX17526A adjustable power limiter offers a unique feature to limit power drawn from supplies or delivered to loads, amongst a host of protection features.

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.

Ultra-Low Power Octal, Digital Input Translator/Serializer

MAX31910

Translates, conditions, and serializes digital output of industrial sensors and switches.

Octal, High-Speed, Industrial, High-Side Switch

MAX14900E

Fast 24V driver, low propagation delay, and 100kHz load-switching speed for high-speed PLCs.

In The Lab: Himalaya Buck Converters

Introducing something new: Synchronous DC-DC converters that replace traditional asynchronous converters’ external diode with an integrated MOSFET. The result is a cooler, smaller, simpler solution that lowers your total system cost.

Smaller, Cooler, High-Voltage DC-DC Converters

Get heat dissipation 50% lower than any competing product! Keep designs smaller and cooler with these regulators that include integrated MOSFETS and compensation. This board features seven tiny regulators, from 100 milliamps to 3.5 amps.

In The Lab: High-Efficiency Power Supply Reference Designs

Let's face it: with tighter schedules and the complexity of today's board designs, you're being asked to do a lot in a short amount of time.

Learn how we can help you meet these challenges with power supply reference designs that will get you to market sooner while saving cost, space and power. Features of these complete designs include industrial level input voltages, high efficiency operation, very small board size and programmable settings.

2.75kVRMS Isolated RS-485 Transceiver

MAX14853

Full-duplex, 500kbps RS-485 with ±35kV ESD protection and integrated transformer driver

[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] 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] 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] 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.

Basic introduction to multiplexers which discusses the operation, uses and configurations of multiplexers.

[Sales Rep] Slew Rates Level 1 Industrial Training

Understanding slew rates in industrial products. Discusses why slew rates are important, when slew rates need to be considered in a design and a few examples.

[Sales Rep] Fieldbus Module Level 1

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] 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] Isolated Buck FAE Training

Technical presentation on isolated buck converter. The Iso-Buck feature implemented in several Maxim devices is discussed. Includes a detailed explanation of Iso-Buck operation, application issues and examples.

[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] 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] LiveLab Training on MAXREFDES67 Universal Analog Input uPLC

LiveLab training on the MAXREFDES67 = Universal Analog Input uPLC board. After a presentation on the board, students follow along to perform various calibration and measurement exercises.

[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] Digital Input Module - Level 1

Introduction to Digital Input Modules. Defines what a digital input module is, where it is used, what’s inside, some product examples and design trends.

[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] 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] Analog Output Branch Training

This presentation is focused on industrial analog output devices and intended for distributors. Covered are: Where analog outputs are used and their applications, design approaches, solutions from competitors and reference designs/tools available.

[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] Himalaya Buck Converter Customer Engineering 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. The use of Maxim’s EE-Sim System Power Tool to ease the design process is also presented.

[Sales Rep] Digital Output Module Level 1

Introduction to Digital Output Modules. Defines what a digital output module is, where it is used, what’s inside, some product examples and design trends.

[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] 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] 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] Himalaya Branch Training 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 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] 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.

Introduction to the MAX17613A MAX17613B MAX17613C 4.5V to 60V, 3A Current Limiter with OV, UV, and Reverse Protection

This video provides an introduction to the MAX17613A MAX17613B MAX17613C, a 4.5V to 60V, 3A Current Limiter with OV, UV, and reverse protection.

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.

Introduction to the MAXM17903/MAXM15462/MAXM15064 Himalaya uSLIC Step-Down Power Modules

This video provides an introduction to the MAXM15064, MAXM15462, and MAXM17903, high-efficiency, synchronous step-down DC-DC modules with integrated circuit and inductor that operate over a wide input-voltage range.

Empowering Intelligent Automation and Motion Control – Chapter 1: What is Convergence? AI, IoT, Cloud, Adaptive IO

In the first part of this series, learn how industrial convergence is driving new discussions in the automation industry, calling for more Intelligent at the Edge devices. Review how artificial intelligence, IoT, cloud computing, and adaptive IO technologies work together to provide better real-time information to optimize entire factories as well as individual machines.

Evaluation Kit for the MAX44284

MAX44284EVKIT

Demonstrates the high-precision real-time current monitoring of the MAX44284 current-sense amplifier.

DeepCover Embedded Security in IoT Authenticated Sensing and Notification

MAXREFDES143

Demonstrates an authenticated data chain from a protected sensor node to a web server.

Secure Authentication Design with 1-Wire ECDSA and Xilinx Zynq SoC

MAXREFDES44

Protects IP and authenticates peripherals to Xilinx Zynq™ FPGAs.

SHA-256 Secure Authentication Design

MAXREFDES34 (Alcatraz)

This design implements SHA-256 authentication function using the 1-Wire protocol.

Human Body Temperature Sensor

MAX30205

Clinical-grade temperature sensor offers ±0.1°C accuracy for thermometer applications

2.75V to 4.8V Input, 10mA Output, 35μVRMS Ultra Low Noise and Ripple Boost Regulator

MAX77231

Compact boost with only 35µVRMS ripple and noise.

3.5V – 36V, 2A/3A, Synchronous Buck Converter with 15μA Quiescent Current and Reduced EMI

MAX17242

Reliable Operation (42V Input Transient Protection), Long Battery Life (15µA IQ) and EN55022 EMI Performance.

300mA, Buck Converter with 1.1μA IQ

MAX77596

This small, synchronous buck converter with integrated switches can deliver up to 300mA with input voltages from 3.5V to 24V, while using only 1.1μA quiescent current at no load.

Meet DARWIN: A New Breed of Low-Power IoT MCUs

Smarter. Leaner. Tougher. DARWIN MCUs are built to thrive in the evolving IoT. This new breed of IoT MCU combines Maxim’s wearable-grade power technology with the biggest embedded memories in their class and some of the most advanced embedded security in the world. Watch this video to learn how DARWIN MCUs can help you succeed in the fast-moving IoT market.

Ultra-Low-Power Arm Cortex-M4 Processor with FPU-Based Microcontroller with Convolutional Neural Network Accelerator

MAX78000EVKIT

The MAX78000 is a new breed of AI microcontroller built to enable neural networks to execute at ultra-low power and live at the edge of the IoT.

Smart Force Sensor Human Machine Interface Demo

Watch a demo of our new concept for human-machine interfaces. Traditional touchscreens are fragile and don’t work well with gloves. Our smart force sensor reference design measures mass and center of mass to provide location and downward force of the touch input. MAXREFDES82 is a rugged, low power design that works in harsh environments where gloves may be required and glass is not allowed.

Introduction to the MAX14829 Low-Power IO-Link Device Transceiver with Dual Drivers

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Low-Power IO-Link Device Transceiver with Dual Drivers - the MAX14829.

Introduction to the MAX31341B MAX31341C Low-Current, Real-Time Clock with I2C Interface and Power Management

This video provides an introduction to Maxim’s Low-Current, Real-Time Clock with I2C Interface and Power Management – the MAX31341B and MAX31341C.

Introduction to the MAX40662 Quad Transimpedance Amplifier with Input Current Clamp and Multiplexer for LiDAR

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Quad Transimpedance Amplifier with Input Current Clamp and Multiplexer for LiDAR - the MAX40662

Introduction to the MAX22518 Self-Powered, Two-Channel, 3.5kVRMS Digital Isolator

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's new Self-Powered, 2 channel 3.5kV digital isolator - the MAX22518.

Introduction to the DS28C16 Low Voltage SHA-3 Authenticator

This video provides an introduction to the DS28C16 Low Voltage SHA-3 Authenticator

Introduction to the MAX22088 Homebus Transceiver

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Homebus Transceiver - the MAX22088.

Introduction to the MAX17262 5.2µA 1-Cell Fuel Gauge with ModelGauge m5 EZ and Internal Current Sensing

The MAX17262 is an ultra-low 5.2µA operating current fuel gauge which implements Maxim ModelGauge™ m5 EZ algorithm. The MAX17262 monitors a single cell battery pack with integrated internal current sensing for up to 3.1A pulse current.

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 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.

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 MAX17260 5.1µA 1-Cell Fuel Gauge with ModelGauge m5 EZ and Optional High-Side Current Sensing

This video provides an introduction to the MAX17260, an ultra-low power fuel gauge IC which implements the Maxim ModelGauge™ m5 algorithm. The IC monitors a single-cell battery pack and supports both high-side and low-side current sensing

Introduction to the MAX33012E +5V, 5Mbps CAN Transceiver with ±65V Fault Protection, Fault Detection and Reporting, ±25V CMR, and ±45kV ESD Protection

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's +5V, 5Mbps CAN Transceiver with ±65V Fault Protection, Fault Detection and Reporting, ±25V CMR, and ±45kV ESD Protection - the MAX33012E.

Introduction to the MAX22515 IO-Link Transceiver with Integrated Protection

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's IO-Link Transceiver with Integrated Protection - the MAX22515.

In the Lab: Bluetooth Control of Power-over-Ethernet Lighting

See how simple it is to develop Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) based lighting. This video demonstrates an easy way to provide on/off and dimming control for an LED bulb using a smartphone with bluetooth connection. The simple design is made possible by the MAX5969 powered device controller and the MAX16832 high-voltage LED Driver IC.

4.5V to 42V Input, High-Efficiency, Iso-Buck DC-DC

MAX17681

Provides up to 5W isolated power, reduces power dissipation with > 90% peak efficiency and 0.9µA shutdown current.

In the Lab: Eliminate Flicker for MR16 LED Lighting

Designing circuits for MR16 LED lighting has two big challenges: dimming the lamp without flicker, and compatibility with electronic low-voltage transformers (ELVT). This video demonstrates how the MAX16840 LED Driver's current control scheme eliminates MR16 flicker at all dimming levels, even when used with a variety of electronic transformers.

60V, No-Opto Isolated Flyback Controller

MAX17690

Compact, cost-effective, and easy-to-implement isolated DC-DC controller.

4.5V to 42V, 300mA, uSLIC Step-Down Power Module

MAXM15462

0.9V to 5V output with integrated controller, FETs, inductor and compensation in a 2.6mm x 3mm x 1.5mm package

Low-Power, Fully Differential 20 bit SAR ADC

MAX11905

This ADC provides excellent static and dynamic performance with best-in-class power consumption that directly scales with throughput.

24-Bit, Low Power, Low Noise, Delta-Sigma ADC with Integrated PGA

MAX11270

The MAX11270 is a 24-bit delta-sigma ADC that achieves excellent 130dB SNR while dissipating an ultra-low 10mW. Sample rates up to 64ksps allow both precision DC and AC measurements. Integral non-linearity is guaranteed to 4ppm maximum.

Pocket IO Redefines the PLC for Industry 4.0

Learn how the MAXREFDES150 Pocket IO is 30% more efficient and 2½ times smaller than previous PLC platforms. The Pocket IO is a complete industrial platform equipped with 30 IOs featuring three different sensor inputs and motor controls for manufacturing or process automation applications.

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1A Adjustable Overcurrent and Overvoltage Protector with High Accuracy

MAX17523

Industry's most integrated OCP and OVP solution with more robust reverse current-blocking capability.

The Future of PoE LED Lighting

See examples of what the future holds for power over ethernet (PoE) LED lighting in the internet of things (IoT).

Introduction to the MAX77655 Low IQ SIMO PMIC with 4-Outputs Delivering up to 700mA Total Output Current

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Low IQ SIMO PMIC with 4-Outputs Delivering up to 700mA Total Output Current - the MAX77655.

Get started with the MAX11131BOB board

The MAX11131BOB Breakout Board provides for rapid prototyping and development with the MAX11131 (a 12-bit, 3Msps, 16-channel ADC). It interfaces to any Arduino™-compatible or mbed.org™ compatible platform system with expansion ports configurable for SPI communication.

Ultra-Low Power Biopotential HR Detection AFE

MAX30004

For wearable applications, especially for chest straps and patches, provides R-R intervals for heart-rate detection.

Ultra-Low-Power Biopotential AFE for ECG and HR

MAX30003

Clinical-grade with high-resolution ADC (5µVP-P noise) ideal for chest straps and patches.

Shrinking the Size of Precise Optical Sensors with a µSLIC Power Module

 

"Using Maxim’s MAXM15462 ultra-small power module and the tiny MAX14827A IO-Link device transceiver, we were able to achieve the design of one of the tiniest PCBs by meeting our very tough power consumption requirements due to the high efficiency of the power module and the low RON of the IO-Link PHY”
  - Alexander Bohli, Senior Engineer R&D Electronics, SICK AG


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Automotive 100W USB-PD Buck-Boost Port Controller and Protector

MAX25430

Industry's First Single-IC 100W Automotive USB-PD Power, Charger and Protector

Automotive 40V, 2.2MHz, H-Bridge Buck-Boost Controller

MAX25431

Industry's Lowest IQ Buck-Boost Controller with Best in Class Transient Response

How to Quickly Research Essential Analog ICs On the Go

Watch this video for a walk-through of how Maxim Integrated’s Essential Analog mobile app will help you quickly access a wealth of information about our high-performance analog building blocks. The app, with parts filtering, online ordering, technical resources, and more, is perfect for any engineer who needs to look up specs on-the-fly.

Getting Started with the MAX78000EVKIT

The MAX78000EVKIT is perfect for getting started in the nascent world of machine learning. In this video Shawn Brooks shows you how to set up the system and run the sample applications to begin using the MAX78000 machine learning microcontroller.

25mA, Ultra-Small, High-Efficiency, Synchronous Step-Down DC-DC Converter

MAX17550

This high-efficiency, high-voltage, synchronous step-down DC-DC converter has integrated MOSFETs and operates over a 4V to 60V input and has an adjustable Switching Frequency range of 100kHz to 2.2MHz with external synchronization.

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60V In, Ultra Small Design Footprint Switching Regulator provides 300mA

MAX15062A

300mA, output current and up to 60V input, this ultra-small, high-efficiency, synchronous step-down DC-DC converter. This is the industry’s smallest high-voltage synchronous buck voltage regulator.

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Introduction to the MAX25221 Automotive 4-Channel TFT-LCD Power Supply with VCOM Buffer

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Automotive 4-Channel TFT-LCD Power Supply with VCOM Buffer - the MAX25221.

Introduction to the MAX20004E MAX20006E MAX20008E 36V, 220kHz to 2.2MHz, 6A/8A Fully Integrated Step-Down Converters with 15µA Operating Current

This video provides an introduction to Maxim’s 36V, 220kHz to 2.2MHz, 6A/8A Fully Integrated Step-Down Converters with 15µA Operating Current – the MAX20004E, MAX20006E and MAX20008E.

Latch-Up Phenomenon Basics

Demystifying latch-up by highlighting the origin of the phenomenon.

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Benefits of SIMO Architecture

Discover how Single-Inductor Multiple-Output (SIMO) switching regulator technology enables incorporating multiple rails and power efficiency into the limited PCB area of today's small devices.

Automotive USB Power Delivery Port Protector

MAX25410

Industry's First Automotive USB Power Delivery High-Voltage Protector with up to 24V Over-Voltage Protection

Introduction to the MAX25410 Automotive USB Power Delivery Port Protector

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Automotive USB Power Delivery Port Protector - the MAX25410.

Evaluation Kit for 3.15A USB Type-C Autonomous Charger for 1-Cell Li+ Batteries

MAX77751CEVKIT

Features USB Type-C CC detection, compliant battery charging, automatic configuration of the charger input as well as reverse-boost capability.

MAXREFDES176

MAXREFDES177

 

MAX14906 Industrial Quad Digital IO Enables Robust, Smaller Designs

Learn more about the MAX14906 quad industrial digital IO IC, with individual software-configurable channels that can function as either a digital input or digital output. The IC enables smaller designs with lower power dissipation, making it ideal for industrial automation equipment.

How to Quickly Set Up the MAX25430AEVKIT

MAX25430A is a high performance automotive USB-PD buck-boost controller and protector. This video will show you how to quickly set up the MAX25430AEVKIT.

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Essential Analog Toolkit: RTCs

Stretch your analog signal chain capability with the Essential Analog Toolkit’s 180nA quiescent current or a ±5ppm accurate real-time clocks (RTCs). Learn how these RTCs have battery-backup inputs so they can operate while still charging for medical devices, wearables, point-of-sale (POS) terminals power meters, and industrial systems.

MAXREFDES1269 - 5V/20A, Synchronous Step-Down Converter Using the MAX20098

MAXREFDES1269 - 5V/20A, Synchronous Step-Down Converter Using the MAX20098

Two Beautiful Ways to Measure Temperature

Learn how easily you can design with the latest Maxim resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) and temperature sensors.

Essential Analog Toolkit Meets the Challenges of Innovative Applications

Discover the Essential Analog Toolkit, a collection of 39 ICs divided into the four key performance areas—efficient power, precision measurement, reliable connectivity, and robust protection. Learn about the five main unique product categories of each key performance area, with ICs that represent a wide breath of performance and technical features.

 

Wireless

Wireless, battery-powered IoT devices used in applications such as smart cities are a substantial driver in the overall growth of the IoT market.]

Make Your Automotive Dual USB Type-C Power Delivery Design Cool and Flexible

 


This design solution reviews the challenges of designing an automotive dual USB Type-C power delivery system. The module temperature rise must be below 40°C. The automotive battery voltage undergoes wide swings. The data lines must be adequately protected, and the design must be flexible and adaptable to different form factors. A buck-boost controller IC and a protection IC chipset enable a small and flexible module that must operate within allowed thermal limits.

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Introduction to the MAX25220 Automotive 4-Channel TFT-LCD Power Supply

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Automotive 4-Channel TFT-LCD Power Supply - the MAX25220.

Introduction to the MAX17760 4.5V to 76V, 300mA, High-Efficiency, Synchronous Step-Down DC-DC Converter

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's 4.5V to 76V, 300mA, High-Efficiency, Synchronous Step-Down DC-DC Converter - the MAX17760.

Introduction to the DS28S60 DeepCover Cryptographic Coprocessor with ChipDNA

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's DeepCover Cryptographic Coprocessor with ChipDNA - the DS28S60.

Introduction to the MAXM86146 Complete Optical Biosensing Module with Ultra-Low-Power Biometric Sensor Hub

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Complete Optical Biosensing Module with Ultra-Low-Power Biometric Sensor Hub - the MAXM86146.

Introduction to the MAX33072E +3V to +5.5V, Polarity Invert RS-485 Half Duplex Transceiver with ±65V Fault Protection, ±40V CMR, and ±40kV ESD

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's +3V to +5.5V, Polarity Invert RS-485 Half Duplex Transceiver with ±65V Fault Protection, ±40V CMR, and ±40kV ESD - the MAX33072E.

Download App for Essential Analog IC Information On-the-Go

Get analog IC resources from the convenience of your smartphone with Maxim Integrated’s new Essential Analog mobile app.

Crafty Engineers Create COVID-19 Monitoring Devices with Arduino Boards and Maxim ICs

Arduino users have created prototypes of solutions to detect or help prevent COVID-19.

Introduction to the DS28E18 1-Wire® Slave-to-I2C/SPI Bridge with Command Sequencer

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's 1-Wire® Slave-to-I2C/SPI Bridge with Command Sequencer - the DS28E18.

Introduction to the MAX25014 Automotive Low Input Voltage I2C 4-Channel 150mA Backlight Driver

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Automotive Low Input Voltage I2C 4-Channel 150mA Backlight Driver - the MAX25014.

High-Speed Serial Links for High-Performance ADAS Solutions

Xylon logiRECORDER Automotive Video Data Logger Uses Maxim Integrated GMSL Technology

Introduction to the MAX14819A Dual IO-Link Master Transceiver with Integrated Framers and L+ Supply Controllers

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's Dual IO-Link Master Transceiver with Integrated Framers and L+ Supply Controllers - the MAX14819A.

 

This video provides an introduction to Maxim's High-Side Switch Controller with Current Limiting - the MAX14922.