Srudeep and Tom demonstrate the MAX40007 in a piezoresistive force sensor application using the MAX40007EVKIT. Learn how the ultra-low quiescent current (700nA) helps preserve battery life in portable electronics.
Almost every piece of technology we use today has some kind of embedded firmware. Rogue firmware, however, can leak data and cause device malfunctions. Watch this video to see how you can use the MAXAUTHDEMO1 kit.
Join Dave and Bob as they explore the similarities and differences between two key serial interface protocols, Controller Area Network (CAN) and RS-485.
Thong and Vienxay demonstrate how easy it is to solder a Himalaya uSLIC™ power module, designed for high efficiency in space-constrained applications. Vienxay shows step-by-step how to solder the MAXM17532 onto its evaluation board.
Learn about the capabilities of the high-accuracy MAX16050/MAX16051 multi-voltage sequencers/monitors.
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.
Learn how SIMO technology simplifies design of low power systems such as the Smart Sock baby monitor. You’ll see how the MAX77650 PMIC uses the single-input/multiple-output (SIMO) power architecture to supply all the rails needed for low-power system
In this video, learn how to use the demo project to blink the LEDs using the PMU and the real-time clock (RTC).
In this first video of a five-part series, learn about Maxim’s exclusive peripheral management unit (or PMU) and how it offloads the CPU core to extend the battery life of applications. In the next video, “Using the Peripheral Management Unit–Part 2,
In this next video of the series, take a closer look at how to configure Maxim’s peripheral management unit (PMU).