For years, the promise of programmable analog has been unfulfilled. Overly complex ICs, suboptimal performance, and tortuous design tools—the many shortcomings of so-called programmable analog solutions have resulted in limited acceptance. This time it’s different.
The MAX11300 is Maxim’s first programmable mixed-signal I/O device featuring PIXI technology. This flexible solution combines a 12-bit, multichannel ADC and a 12-bit, multichannel, buffered DAC—all in a single, programmable IC.
In addition, you have 20 configurable, high-voltage, bipolar ports, each of which can be an ADC analog input, a DAC analog output, a general-purpose input port, a general-purpose output port, or an analog switch terminal.
PIXI programmable mixed-signal I/O devices save you PCB real estate, let you instantly reconfigure and adapt your design, cut your system BOM cost, and speed your time to market.
The MAX11300 comes complete with free, easy-to-use design software featuring a drag-and-drop GUI. A simple click configures any of its 20 ports as an ADC, DAC, comparator, GPIO, or analog switch.
Expansion board: MAX11301WING
The MAX11301WING is an expansion board designed to help engineers and students alike to rapidly prototype mixed signal applications using the MAX11301. The form factor is a small 0.9in x 2.0in dual-row header footprint compatible with breadboards, feather boards from Maxim and Adafruit®, and additional expansion boards, also called wings.Learn More