Maxim Integrated Products introduced five high-integration products for factory automation and automotive markets that dramatically improve operating efficiencies and reduce costs.
Maxim also announced it has collaborated with two firms to produce a reference design for a highly integrated telehealth fitness (“Fit”) shirt that monitors vital signs, lowers the cost of medical diagnosis, and represents a new era in preventive medical care that could reduce health care costs manifold.
The two products targeted at factory automation are the MAX78638 turnkey solution for 3-phase motor energy measurement and diagnostics and the MAX31865, the industry’s first fully integrated RTD-to-digital converter in a single-chip package.
Among the Maxim three automotive products are MAX17823 − fourth-generation high-voltage battery sensor; MAX17823, for battery longevity and fuel cell reliability; and the MAX17830, a second-generation, high-voltage battery-management solution.
All these products will be on display at Maxim’s booth at electronica 2012 hall A6 at booth 163.