Maxim to demonstrate highly integrated solutions for Embedded Designs at Embedded World

19 MARCH 2012

Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. will offer a rich choice of design ideas for embedded applications at the upcoming Embedded World Exhibition & Conference 2012 in Nuremberg/Germany (February 28 – March 1). With its expertise in providing highly integrated analog and mixed-signal products as well as full-featured reference designs, Maxim offers solutions for a wealth of embedded applications and helps designers speed up time-to-market. At the Maxim Tech Lounge in Hall 4A, Booth #122, situated on the stand of Maxim’s distribution partner AVNET MEMEC, the company will demonstrate product highlights in the areas of Green Power/Energy Management and Signal Chain. Among these are: the fully integrated analog front-end ICs MAX2991/MAX2992 for G3-Powerline Communications in noisy industrial environments; the MAX13256, a very space-saving 10W H-bridge transformer driver for isolated power supply designs; Maxim’s compact energy harvesting solution MAX17710, the industry’s first IC to integrate all of the power-management functions for ambient energy harvesting as well as for charging and protecting micro-energy cells (MECs); or the MAX14821/ MAX14824, the industry’s smallest, full-featured solution supporting connectivity with sensors and actuators using the efficient and future-oriented IO-Link protocol. Live demos, presentations and reference designs and on-site consultancy through Maxim’s product experts will help to solve any design challenges ‘Embedded’ designers might face today.

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