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The MAX17501 High efficiency, high voltage, synchronous step-down DC-DC converter integrates mosfet to operate in the input voltage range of 4.5V to 60V. The compact TDFN package is used. Simulation models are available, and the device provides a fixed 3.3V, 5V or adjustable output voltage (0.9V to 92%VIN) while providing up to 500mA of current. The output voltage is accurate to ±1.7% at -40°C to +125°C.
The MAX8760 is a dual-phase fast pwm step-down controller for 6-bit VID AMD Mobile Turion64 CPU core power supply. Biphasic operation reduces input ripple current requirements and output voltage ripple while alleviating component selection and layout difficulties. The fast pwm control solution provides an instantaneous response for fast load current steps and also includes active voltage positioning with adjustable gain and bias, reducing power consumption and the requirement for large output capacitance
The DS2746 provides system-side battery capacity monitoring in cost-sensitive applications. Voltage, bidirectional current, and accumulated current measurement data is provided to the host processor over a 2-wire interface. Offset bias and offset blanking features greatly enhance the accuracy of the coulomb counter.
The MAX8677C is an integrated 1-cell Li+ charger and Smart Power Selector with dual (DC and USB) power inputs. It can operate with either separate inputs for USB and AC adapter power, or from a single input that accepts both. All power switches for charging and switching the load between battery and external power are included on-chip. No external MOSFETs are required.
The MAX9247 digital video parallel-serial converter serializes the 27 bit parallel data into serial data stream, encodes and multiplexes the 18 bit video data and 9 bit control data to the serial interface, reducing the serial data rate. The device is available in a 48-pin LQFP package with a specified temperature range of -40°C to +85°C or -40°C to +105°C.
The MAX4951BE dual-channel buffer is ideal for re-driving serial ATA (SATA) I, SATA II, and SATA III signals, and has high electrostatic discharge (ESD) Q8kV Mannequin (HBM) protection. The MAX4951BE is powered by a single +3.3V(typical) power supply and can flow through traces in a small, 4mm x 4mm TQFN package for easy layout. The operating temperature range of the equipment is 0NC to +70NC.
The MAX6338 quad voltage monitor is capable of monitoring up to four power supplies without any external components. Internal bandgap reference ensures accurate trip thresholds over the extended operating temperature range (-40°C to +85°C). The MAX6338 consumes 25µA(typical) supply current and operates at +2.5V to +5.5V. The MAX6338 comes in a 10-pin µMAX package.
The DS1866 Log Trimmer Potentiometer is a single volatile digital potentiometer having eight positions with a 5-dB resolution per step. The device provides an ideal method for low-cost trimming or volume control using a CPU or manual control input. The device's wiper position is set to one of eight positions by a 3-terminal parallel port. The value of the device the wiper position is determined by the P0, P1, and P2 port pins.
The MAX17515 is a fixed-frequency, step-down power module in a thermally efficient system-in-package (SiP) package that operates from a 2.4V to 5.5V input supply voltage and supports output currents up to 5A. The device includes switch-mode power-supply controller, dual nMOSFET power switches, a fully shielded inductor, as well as compensation components. The device supports 0.75V to 3.6V programmable output voltage.
The DS1100L is a 3.3V version of the DS1100. It is characterized for operation over the range 3.0V to 3.6V. The DS1100L series delay lines have five equally spaced taps providing delays from 4ns to 500ns. These devices are offered in surface-mount packages to save PCB area. Low cost and superior reliability over hybrid technology is achieved by the combination of a 100% silicon delay line and industry-standard µMAX and SO packaging
The MAX8875 low-dropout linear regulator operates from a +2.5V to +6.5V input range and delivers up to 150mA. A P-channel MOSFET pass transistor allows its 85µA supply current to remain independent of the load, making this device ideal for battery-operated portable equipment such as PCS phones, cellular phones, cordless phones, and modems.
The MAX8815A DC-DC step-up converter is a high-efficiency, low quiescent current, synchronous step-up converter with True Shutdown™ and inrush-current limiting. The MAX8815A generates any output voltage from 3.3V to 5V from a 2-cell NiMH/NiCd or a single-cell Li+/Li polymer battery
The MAX5066 is a two-phase, configurable single - or dual-output step-down controller with input voltage ranges of 4.75V to 5.5V or 5V to 28V. The thermal enhanced 28-pin TSSOP package is able to dissipate 1.9W. The unit is rated to operate in the automotive temperature range of -40°C to +85°C, or -40°C to +125°C.
The MAX6018 is a precision, low-voltage, low-dropout, micropower voltage reference in a SOT23 package. This three-terminal reference operates with an input voltage from (VOUT + 200mV) to 5.5V, and is available with output voltage options of 1.2V, 1.6V, 1.8V, and 2.048V
The MAX6338 quad voltage monitor is capable of monitoring up to four supplies without any external components. A variety of factory-trimmed threshold voltages and supply tolerances are available to optimize the MAX6338 for specific applications. The selection includes input options for monitoring +5.0V, +3.3V, +3.0V, +2.5V, +1.8V, and -5.0V voltages. An additional high-input impedance comparator option can be used as an adjustable voltage monitor, general-purpose comparator, or digital level translator.
The MAX8520/MAX8521 are designed to drive thermoelectric coolers (TECs) in space-constrained optical modules. Both devices deliver ±1.5A output current and control the TEC current to eliminate harmful current surges. On-chip FETs minimize external components and high switching frequency reduces the size of external components
The DS1869 DallastatTM is a digital rheostat or potentiometer. This device provides 64 possible uniform tap points over the entire resistive range. The standard resistive ranges are 10 kΩ, 50 kΩ, and 100 kΩ. The Dallastat can be controlled by either a switch contact closure input or a digital source input such as a CPU. The DS1869 operates from 3V or 5V supplies. Wiper position is maintained in the absence of power through the use of a EEPROM memory cell array.
The MAX2680/MAX2681/MAX2682 miniature, low-cost, low-noise downconverter mixers are designed for lowvoltage operation and are ideal for use in portable communications equipment. Signals at the RF input port are mixed with signals at the local oscillator (LO) port using a double-balanced mixer. These downconverter mixers operate with RF input frequencies between 400MHz and 2500MHz, and downconvert to IF output frequencies between 10MHz and 500MHz.