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The MAX77826 power management IC (PMIC) from Maxim Integrated, the MAX77826 PMIC is a highly-integrated sub-power management IC for the latest 3G and 4G smartphones, tablets and handheld products.
The Maxim Integrated MAX77826 power management IC which contains a high-efficiency Buck regulator, a Buck Boost regulator, and 15 LDOs to power up peripherals. The MAX77826 also provides power on/off control logic and an I2C serial interface to program individual regulator output voltages and on/off control for complete flexibility.
Maxim’s MAXM17516 is a high-efficiency step-down fixed frequency power module that operates from a 2.4V to 5.5V input supply voltage and supports output currents up to 6A. Combined in the thermally-efficient package is a switch-mode power-supply controller, dual n-channel MOSFET power switches, a fully shielded inductor, as well as compensation components.
Maxim’s MAX44206 180MHz, low-noise, low-distortion, fully differential op amp / analog to digital converter driver is suitable for driving high-speed, high-resolution, 20-/18-/16-bit SAR ADCs, including the MAX11905 ADC family.
The MAX9286 quad deserializer from Maxim Integrated Products enables the design of surround-view systems for ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) with fewer components and faster time to market. Just one MAX9286 gigabit multimedia serial link (GMSL) deserializer receives and automatically synchronizes video from up to four cameras.
Maxim’s MAXREFDES37 IO-Link servo driver reference design which provides 5V power, four PWM outputs and four digital inputs allowing control of up to four 5V servo motors. IO-Link offers the ability to replace pneumatic actuators, and their compressed air lines. With added level translation, the digital inputs allow for interfacing to binary position or status sensors.
The Maxim MAXM17543EVKIT an evaluation / demonstration circuit of the MAXM17543 high-efficiency, synchronous step-down DC-DC switching power module.
Maxim Integrated Products is addressing the need for higher throughput, smaller footprint, and lower power in industrial automation with its new MAX14900E digital output switch. This eight-channel integrated circuit (IC) provides up to 70x faster speed, uses over 20% less power, and occupies 40% less space than existing solutions—all factors required in today’s faster, more localized, smaller end products.
Maxim’s MAXM17503, Series high-efficiency DC-DC step-down power modules which integrate a number of devices in a low-profile, thermally efficient system-in-package (SiP). The modules combine a switching power supply controller, dual n-channel MOSFET power switches, fully-shielded inductor, and the compensation components all in a single package.
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Maxim MAX31915 octal digital input translator translates and conditions the 24V digital output of sensors and switches used in industrial, process, and building automation. These output signals are converted into 5V CMOS compatible signals required by microcontrollers.
Maxim’s MAXREFDES62 RS-485 Communications Micro PLC card features two RS-485 transceivers with isolated power and data.
Suitable for gas, water and heat ultrasonic metering applications, Maxim’s MAX35102 time-to-digital converter.
Maxim Integrated's new IO-Link smart temperature sensor reference design lowers cost and increases uptime for industrial control and automation, says the company.