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Count on Maxim Integrated to help you overcome design and architectural challenges, with integrated solutions for the industrial, medical, consumer, automotive, energy, computing, and communications realms.

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Four solution pages that provides an overview and block diagrams of Maxim’s broad offering of analog, communications, and application specific IC’s. Learn More

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Maxim’s featured products on medical, industrial, communications, consumer, motor control and sensing applications. Learn More

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Motor Control & Automation

Maxim Integrated offers a broad range of high-performance analog, robust communications, and innovative application-specific ICs to meet the evolving needs of designers in many industrial control and automation applications. Learn More

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The Medical Solution Provider

The Medical Solution Provider -Providing solutions that add value to their customers' systems has been Maxim Integrated's mission.  Maxim is your go-to for value-added solutions of your next design of medical products. Learn More

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MAX17608, MAX17609, and MAX17610 Reverse-Voltage Protectors

Maxim's MAX176xx feature adjustable input overvoltage protection range of 5.5 V to 60 V and the adjustable input undervoltage protection range of 4.5 V to 59 V.

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MAX22505 High-Speed USB Port Protector

Maxim’s MAX22505 is housed in a 24-pin, 4 mm x 4 mm TQFN package with exposed pad and is specified for operation over the -40°C to +105°C temperature range.

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MAX22191 Parasitically Powered Digital Input Integrated Circuit

Maxim's MAX22191 parasitically powered digital input integrated circuits featuring robust functionality and fast response time is ideal for high-speed inputs.

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MAXREFDES72# Pmod™ Adapter

Plug any board with Pmod connections into Arduino-compatible platforms using Maxim's MAXREFDES72# Pmod adapter.

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DeepCover® Secure Authenticator Demonstration Kit

Maxim’s MAXAUTHDEMO#1 evaluation kit operates from a USB 2.0 and with a software GUI to easily and securely demonstrate functional capabilities.

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MAX17271 Power ICs

Maxim's power conversion and control ICs are integral in providing energy efficiency and helping to extend battery life.

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Product Training Modules View All (43)

MAX12900-SM

MAX12900 Low Power Sensor Transmitter

Duration: 5 minutes

This presentation will discuss the common design challenges and the features and benefits of the MAX12900.

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MAX31875 Low-Power I²C Digital Temperature Sensor

Duration: 5 minutes

Introduction of the MAX31875, its features and benefits, applications and markets, as well as a list of additional product resources.

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MAX14878 to MAX14880 Robust 5kV Isolated CAN Transceiver with Fault Protection

Duration: 5 minutes

This PTM will introduce the MAX14878 to MAX14880 Robust 5kV Isolated CAN Transceiver with Fault Protection.

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MAX14748 USB Type-C Charger

Duration: 5 minutes

An introduction to the MAX14748 USB Type-C charger from Maxim, discussing design challenges, features, and a design application.

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First Look Episode 8: MAX86141

Wearable health monitors and the environments these devices are demanded to perform in put pressure on the system designer to ensure that these systems are always accurate and reliable.

Introducing the MAX32660-Part 1

In part 1 of this 2-part series, explore the MAX32660 low-power Arm® Cortex®-M4 microcontroller. Learn how this tiny, 96MHz, 32-bit microcontroller still manages to conserve power in active and sleep modes while remaining cost effective.

How to Spatially Index 1-Wire® Sensors Using the MAXREFDES131 and DS18B20

In this video, Travis explains how to index the DS18B20 temperature sensor by its location within a 1-Wire® network. He then demonstrates how to configure the sensor using the GUI for the MAXREFDES131 1-Wire GridEYE sensor reference design.

Educational Video–Industrial Digital Isolation

Learn about common data isolation technologies, why isolation is necessary and how to select the right digital isolator for your system.

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