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Company: "Maxim"
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  1. Brad Albing EDN Many suitable circuits exist for driving LEDs in constant-current mode and from low-voltage sources. For example, references 1 , and 2 show circuits that use switched-mode-regulator ICs and low-voltage sources to supply LED current. ...
    Circuits » Supply · Light » Maxim » MAX4073T
    18-05-2017
  2. Carlos Cossio EDN Energy-harvesting, or “scavenging,” systems extract energy from the ambient environment. Unfortunately, these power generators supply much less energy than do standard batteries. However, thanks to the decreasing size ...
    Circuits » Supply » Maxim » MAX1675
    16-05-2017
  3. Larry Suppan, Maxim Integrated Application Note 657 Placing a load-disconnect circuit on the output of a bootstrapped step-up regulator allows the regulator to start with load currents much higher than would otherwise be possible (Figure 1). During ...
    Circuits » Supply · Power » Maxim » MAX1703
    09-05-2017
  4. Maxim Integrated Application Note 1872 This application note presents a circuit that uses a low-power CMOS comparator to provide an LED visual indication of a low-battery condition. This LBO (low-battery-indicator) is achieved by pulsing the LED at ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design · Supply » Maxim » MAX9030
    29-03-2017
  5. Luca Bruno EDN The Design Idea in Figure 1 is a precision current mirror used to drive two strings of five white LEDs. Figure 1. Current source/mirror driving two LED strings. The op-amp has double negative feedback (since M2 inverts the signal at ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design · Light » Maxim » MAX4238
    23-03-2017
  6. Erik Matlin Electronic Design With portable battery-operated devices continuing to add functionality while shrinking in size, printed-circuit-board real estate becomes increasingly valuable. Single-supply circuitry can help by saving space and ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design » Maxim » MAX4380
    23-03-2017
  7. Ken Yang EDN All dedicated current-sense amplifiers provide high-side sensing on a positive supply, but you can adapt such circuits for monitoring a negative supply (Figure 1). The positive-supply pin, V+, connects to the system's positive ...
    Circuits » Measurement · Power » Maxim » MAX4172
    08-03-2017
  8. Mark Cherry EDN A single temperature sensor can provide an interrupt to a microcontroller when the measured temperature goes out of range. You need multiple temperature sensors when you have to monitor more than one hot spot. A microcontroller ...
    Circuits » Measurement » Maxim » MAX6510
    06-03-2017
  9. Fons Janssen, Maxim Integrated EDN Introduction High-capacity, multilayer ceramic capacitors (MLCC) have a property often not well understood by electronic designers: the capacitance of these devices varies with applied DC voltage. This phenomenon ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design · Measurement » Maxim » MAX4130, MAX9620
    20-02-2017
  10. Royce Higashi and Tony Doy, Maxim Integrated Products EDN Low-profile piezoelectric speakers can provide quality sound for portable electronic devices, but they require voltage swings greater than 8 V p-p across the speaker element. Yet, most ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design · Audio · Supply » Maxim » MAX4410
    09-02-2017
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