EBV presents: Maxim nanoPower Technology
Lower your IQ
Extending battery and shelf life is critical for powering today’s shrinking devices, most of which demand ever-increasing functionality. To properly support new wearable, health-monitoring, internet of things (IoT), mobile, and other smart, connected devices, you need to master the art of low quiescent (IQ) current. The power supply’s quiescent current is the biggest contributor to a system’s standby power consumption. Lowering IQ is one of the best techniques for delivering the most efficient power and longest battery life to your designs.
Maxim Integrated offers a wide range of nanoPower technology to help you lowering your IQ:
Maxim’s nanoPower boost regulators deliver the industry’s smallest solution size and longest battery life for low power devices.
Consuming only 300nA of quiescent current, battery drain is significantly reduced during standby mode. Battery life is stretched with 95% peak efficiency at light loads. The pulse-frequency-modulation (PFM) control scheme with fixed on-time provides high efficiency over a wide output current range.
True Shutdown™ mode, using only 0.5nA current, eliminates the need for external switches. Higher switching frequency means that you can use a smaller external inductor. Using a single selector resistor reduces the external components required. As a result, our solution size can be as small as 6.75mm2 with only 4 external components.
For more information on the MAX17222 400 mV to 5.5 V input converter click here.
nanoPower op amps, comparators, and current-sense amplifiers enable the longest battery life with ultra-low quiescent current and are offered in tiny, space saving packages.
nanoPower microprocessor supervisors offer ultra-low quiescent current and small package options, making them ideal for wearable, portable and battery-operated equipment where space and power constraints are critical.
DARWIN microcontrollers—a new breed of MCU—are built for the evolving IoT. Wearable-grade power technology means you get the lowest active mode and SRAM retention power available. Large embedded memories mean you don’t have to worry about running out of code space, SRAM, or adding another microcontroller. The massively scalable memory architecture lets you quickly scale application size or meet new market requirements. And advanced embedded security protects you—and your customers—from harm, even if you’re not a cybersecurity expert.
MAX17222 evaluation kit
nanoPower boost converters with 0.4V to 5.5VIN, and 1.8V to 5VOUT
The MAX17222 EV kit features two independent circuits to evaluate two different IC packages of the MAX17220–MAX17225 family. Both circuits on the EV kit operate over an input range of 400mV to 5.5V, depending on load, with 0.88V typical startup with 3kΩ load.
- Two Independent Circuits on One Board
- 400mV to 5.5V Input Range
- 1.8V to 5V Configurable Output Voltage in 100mV/step
- Up to 100mA/225mA/425mA Output Current
- Proven 2-Layer 1oz Copper PCB Layout
- Demonstrates Compact Solution Size
- Fully Assembled and Tested
Protecting Your Data
Protecting the security and privacy of your personal data is very important to EBV. We continuously commit to comply with the applicable data protection laws and ensure fair and transparent processing of your personal data. Please read our privacy statement including an information notice and data protection policy for detailed information.
You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time with effect for the future. To unsubscribe from our newsletters you can click the "unsubscribe" link in the newsletters you receive. Or, visit our Subscription Center below to let us know what you want to receive from us.