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Smart, safe, efficient IoT

Maxim Integrated provides secure, energy-efficient sensing and processing technologies that enable you to create smart, connected products

With affordable sensors, more pervasive connectivity, and sophisticated data analytics, ordinary things are becoming smarter. From light switches to security systems, cars to utility grids, building control to factory automation, the internet of things (IoT) is quickly becoming the internet of everything. Maxim delivers technologies that help you create innovative connected products, so you can solve problems in new and better ways.

 

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IoT security

Maxim’s DeepCover® embedded security technologies protect sensitive data and encryption keys; prevent cloning, counterfeiting, and unauthorized use; and provide authentication of components. We offer secure microcontrollers equipped with an advanced security toolbox, secure authenticators that pair with any microcontroller or operate in a fixed-function, standalone mode to easily protect your IoT design, and security managers that safeguard data, including system secret keys, from physical and environmental tampering.

Featured products:

  • MAXQ1061 Controller for Embedded Devices
  • MAXREFDES143# IoT Embedded Security Reference Design
  • DS28E38 DeepCover Secure ECDSA Authenticator with ChipDNA PUF Protection
  • MAXAUTHDEMO DeepCover Secure Authenticator Demonstration Kit
  • MAXREFDES155 EVKit(DeepCover Secure Authenticator)

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Industry 4.0

The use of IO-Link and smart sensor technologies is creating flexible factories that use adaptive manufacturing techniques. This new level of Industrial optimization powers the Industrial IoT (IIoT). Together these technologies are driving factory automation equipment to shrink, achieving low power consumption through reduced heat dissipation, and delivering greater manufacturing productivity and efficiency. As factories continue to become smarter, their underlying systems will continue to require sophisticated sensors, embedded processing, and secure authentication solutions that meet power and form factor demands.

The move to Industry 4.0 emphasizes two key trends in industrial sensor design. Sensors are getting increasingly smaller and the information that they collect/transmit is increasingly richer. These two system-level trends are directly influenced by the need to collect and analyze an ever-increasing volume of data from the factory–which is the key for Industry 4.0. A good example of this is the availability of small, integrated intelligent sensors that transmit rich information over protocols such as IO-Link – the fastest growing sensor communication protocol in factory automation systems. This powerful point-to-point communication is based on the long-established 3-wire sensor and actuator connection and has been adopted as an international standard worldwide (IEC 61131-9) for communication with sensors and also actuators.

The best way to think about IO-Link is that it is kind of like a USB for sensors—simple to use and implement, and capable of providing intelligent data from smart sensors. Another change in the system architecture due to Industry 4.0 is the increasing usage of distributed controllers. Given the number of sensors in a plant/process, it is not feasible to route each one of them to a central PLC. Instead, many distributed PLCs are located closer to the line that is being controlled. PLCs in an Industrial 4.0 setting need to be miniaturized to move all of that industrial computing power from today's centralized machine control in a factory, down closer to the actual machines on the factory floor. Maxim continues to provide innovative industrial communication and power products that create pathways to enable the promise of Industry 4.0. Some examples of relevant IC solutions.

Featured products:

  • MAX17572 Synchronous Step-Down DC-DC Converter
  • MAX12931 Two Channel Digital Galvanic Isolators
  • MAX14856 Transceivers with ESD Protection
  • MAX11410 Low-Power, Multi-Channel, 24-bit Delta-Sigma ADC
  • MAX14130 4-channel, 2.75 kVRMS and 3.75 kVRMS Digital Isolators
  • MAX3483AE ±20kV ESD-Protected RS-485/422 Transceivers
  • MAX14912/3 Highly Robust and Ultra-Fast 24V Driver
  • MAX12900 Ultra-Low-Power 4-20mA Sensor Transmitter

 

 

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Wearable health applications

Today, fitness trackers are fairly common. In the future, we may have much more sophisticated health monitoring and diagnostics around our wrists, in a patch, or some other small, wearable format. Sensors, power management, low-power microprocessors, and embedded security technologies are key to bringing these products to life. Our ICs for wearable health applications integrate sensors with signal conditioning and conversion circuits for small, highly accurate solutions. Our low-power microprocessors provide high efficiency and robust signal processing to support the demands of these small, sensor-based devices. To safeguard against malicious attacks, our embedded security technologies protect the sensitive data that is collected and transmitted by wearable health devices. 

Featured products:

  • MAX30102 High-Sensitivity Pulse Oximeter
  • MAX17222 Ultra-Low Quiescent Current Boost DC-DC Converters
  • MAX40000 Comparators with Built-In Voltage References
  • MAX32625 ARM Cortex-M4F Microcontroller
  • MAX30205 Human Body Temperature Sensor
  • MAX14720 Compact Power-Management Solutions
  • MAX40006 Micropower, Rail-to-Rail Op Amp
  • MAX86140 Optical Pulse Oximeter And Heart-Rate Sensor
  • MAX86141 Optical Pulse Oximeter And Heart-Rate Sensor
  • MAX20310 Ultra-Low Quiescent Current PMIC with SIMO Buck-Boost

 

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Automotive

There are already vehicles with more lines of code than some airplanes. As autonomous capabilities become more sophisticated in cars, their electronic components will continue to play critical roles in enabling these functions and making the vehicles safer to drive. Collision avoidance, driver fatigue detection, and pedestrian detection all rely on sophisticated sensors. Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), infotainment, and vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications require high-speed serial links to carry the data streams for video, audio, and communications. Automotive-grade power management, battery management, and voltage regulation circuits are essential for automotive power supplies and lighting applications.
 

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Consumer

A variety of consumer products — dolls, smartwatches, thermostats, and home automation solutions — have intelligence and internet connectivity. Low-power multi-core processors, smart sensors, advanced power management circuits, and embedded security technologies have come together with internet access to bring these types of products to life.

Featured product:

  • MAX40006 Micropower, Rail-to-Rail Op Amp
  • MAX30105 High-Sensitivity Optical Sensor
  • MAXM17532 Himalaya uSLIC Step-Down Power Module

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