Maxim Integrated

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Maxim Integrated, founded in 1983 and headquartered in San Jose, California/USA, develops innovative analogue and mixed-signal products and technologies to make systems smaller and smarter, with enhanced security and increased energy efficiency. Maxim is empowering design innovation for the company’s automotive, industrial, healthcare, mobile consumer, and cloud data centre customers to deliver industry-leading solutions that help change the world. 


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Buck converters deliver high voltage automotive power solutions

Buck converters deliver high voltage automotive power solutions
  Maxim Integrated has announced power-management ICs offering a small solution size and high efficiency to help automotive designers meet space and power challenges of next-gen automotive applications. As digital instrument clusters, radio head units and electronic subsystems require ever higher levels of compute power. 
10th January 2019

Wearable, automotive and mobile audio innovations at CES 2019

Wearable, automotive and mobile audio innovations at CES 2019
At the 2019 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, January 8th to 11th, Maxim Integrated Products will showcase its latest analog and mixed-signal technologies that are enabling an array of applications, such as smarter, safer cars, accurate wearable healthcare devices and mobile audio products with rich sound.
14th December 2018

Nissan Integrates Maxim's Battery Monitoring IC Into New Nissan LEAF

Maxim’s single-chip, ASIL D-rated battery monitoring IC is being integrated into the new Nissan LEAF, the next evolution of its zero-emission electric vehicle. The IC meets the highest safety standards with comprehensive diagnostics, delivers robust communications and dramatically reduces the isolation bill of material (BOM) costs.
3rd November 2018


LED backlight driver delivers small footprint for automotive displays

LED backlight driver delivers small footprint for automotive displays
Automotive infotainment designers can now upgrade to bigger, higher resolution displays with greater ease, reduced cost and smaller solution size with the MAX20069 from Maxim Integrated. According to the company, the MAX20069 provides the industry’s first solution integrating four I2C-controlled, 150mA LED backlight drivers and a four-output thin-film-transistor liquid-crystal display (TFT-LCD) bias in a single chip. The IC can reduce design footprint up to one-third compared to the closest competitor’s parts.
28th August 2018

PMICs drive optimised power for ADAS functions

PMICs drive optimised power for ADAS functions
With a series of power-management ICs (PMICs) from Maxim Integrated Products, designers can optimise power for automotive advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) functions to achieve high performance, small size, efficiency, and electrical protection. ADAS functions, many of which are now mandatory or will be soon, increase vehicle safety and enhance the driving experience.
18th July 2018

Duo partner to deliver infotainment applications for connected cars

Duo partner to deliver infotainment applications for connected cars
Maxim Integrated Products has announced that select products from its portfolio work with solutions by Qualcomm, to help carmakers and tier-1 suppliers integrate Maxim’s Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL) solutions using the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Automotive Platform for infotainment applications. Maxim’s high performance solutions are designed to provide the necessary building blocks for next-gen vehicles.
11th July 2018

Synchronous buck converters provide low EMI performance

Synchronous buck converters provide low EMI performance
Automotive designers can significantly lower EMI and increase efficiency with the pin-compatible MAX20073 and MAX20074 buck converters from Maxim Integrated Products. The compact converters, which according to the company offer the industry’s lowest EMI performance for low voltage Point-of-Load applications, are suitable for automotive infotainment and ADAS applications.
24th May 2018

Step down converters deliver low quiescent current

Step down converters deliver low quiescent current
System designers looking to create small and highly efficient 40V load dump-tolerant applications can now utilise the ultra-compact, pin-compatible MAX20075 and MAX20076 step-down converters from Maxim Integrated. According to the company, the step-down converters offer the industry's lowest quiescent current (IQ) and comes in an ultra-small size solution with integrated compensation.
28th March 2018

Battery management system yields safer EVs

Battery management system yields safer EVs
  The rise of electric vehicles (EVs) highlight the challenges faced by large Lithium Ion batteries that need to operate efficiently in extreme and harsh environments, say Tamer Kira and Daniel Miller, Maxim Integrated
12th February 2018

Battery management system achieves ASIL D compliance

Battery management system achieves ASIL D compliance
With the MAX17843 12-channel, high-voltage smart sensor data-acquisition device from Maxim Integrated Products, automotive OEMs can enhance the safety of their lithium-ion battery packs with robust communications, comprehensive diagnostics, and lower system costs. Electric vehicles (EVs), hybrid EVs, and plug-in hybrids rely on large lithium-ion battery packs filled with hundreds or even thousands of individual battery cells.
16th January 2018

Maxim collaborates with NVIDIA on autonomous driving applications

Maxim collaborates with NVIDIA on autonomous driving applications
  Maxim Integrated has collaborated with NVIDIA to support the Level 5 full-autonomy system, the NVIDIA DRIVE Pegasus platform, as well as NVIDIA DRIVE Xavier for Level 4 driving.
9th January 2018

Automotive design innovation on display at ELIV 2017

Automotive design innovation on display at ELIV 2017
At next week's international VDI Congress ELIV (Electronics In Vehicles) in Bonn, Germany (18th to 19th October 2017), Maxim Integrated Products will demonstrate its mixed signal and analogue solutions for the car of the future. Designing tomorrow’s vehicles calls for technology that keeps up with increasing demands for greater safety and connectivity. Maxim’s high-performance, automotive-grade ICs meet the stringent quality and reliability standards that are essential for designing safer, smarter vehicles of the future.
9th October 2017

Automotive LED controller provides fast response time and low EMI

Automotive LED controller provides fast response time and low EMI
A synchronous buck, high-brightness LED controller has been released by Maxim Integrated Products. The company claim that the MAX20078 is the only product available which provides both fast response time and low electromagnetic interference (EMI) for exterior LED lighting and improved safety applications. Suitable for matrix lighting designs, the LED controller allows designers to achieve high performance, ease of design, and fast time-to-market.
19th June 2017

Remote RF tuner supports worldwide radio standards

Remote RF tuner supports worldwide radio standards
Thanks to the remote tuner solution from Maxim Integrated Products, designers can simplify the head unit design of a vehicle and reduce cables. The MAX2175 RF to Bits tuner eliminates the need to rework the vehicle’s hardware to support worldwide radio standards, allowing updates by simply changing the vehicle’s software.
6th January 2017

Maxim Integrated ships billionth automotive IC

Maxim Integrated ships billionth automotive IC
Today’s vehicles are increasingly energy efficient. However, they also have more complex electronic demands placed on them as customers seek increased efficiency, safety and convenience. Maxim Integrated Products has shipped its one billionth IC to the automotive market, ICs that enhance infotainment, safety, keyless access and powertrain applications. Customers rely on these highly integrated products for automotive subsystems that are smaller and more reliable.
14th December 2015

Li+ battery monitor used in Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid

Li+ battery monitor used in Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid
Maxim Integrated Products has revealed that its lithium-ion (Li+) battery monitor is being used for the Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid, a sport utility vehicle designed for the North American market. Maxim’s Li+ battery monitor provides self-diagnostics and robust daisy-chained data communications that easily handles the high-voltage requirements of the automotive industry.
2nd June 2014

Chipsets allow ADAS design with reduced cost & EMI

Chipsets allow ADAS design with reduced cost & EMI
The Gigabit Multimedia Serial Link (GMSL) SerDes chipsets, from Maxim Integrated Products, allow engineers to design high-resolution ADAS with either traditional STP or lighter, less expensive coax cables. Current vehicle designs use STP cables to drive data to automotive infotainment displays and cameras. 
9th April 2014

PMIC combines 3 DC/DC converters saving over 50% board space

Consuming just 25µA of quiescent current, the MAX16993 PMIC enables smaller, quieter, and more efficient automotive clusters. Maxim claim that, under no-load conditions, their product is the only 3-channel solution on the market today.
18th February 2014

Charge devices from a vehicle battery with Maxim's MAX16984

Recognizing and then charging any portable device (PD) directly from a vehicle battery can now be done over USB with a single IC, the MAX16984 automotive DC-DC converter with USB charge emulator from Maxim Integrated Products, Inc.
17th October 2013

Evaluation Kits for the MAX16126 and MAX16127

Evaluation Kits for the MAX16126 and MAX16127
Maxim's MAX16126/MAX16127 evaluation kits (EV kits) demonstrate high overvoltage protection of the MAX16126/MAX16127 devices for automotive applications that must survive load-dump and high-voltage transient conditions.
4th June 2013


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