This is a companion video to the full write up that you can see at my website: http://andybrown.me.uk/2017/09/02/temperature In this video I give a demonstration and overview of a board I built to host a pair of RTDs using the MAX31865 resistance-to-digital converter ICs.
Learn more about the process behind analog-to-digital conversion and the important specifications and criteria to consider when selecting and designing with an ADC.
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IT is not a silo anymore and customer expectations are changing as well. Walter Curd, chief information officer at Maxim Integrated, speaks with CXOTalk about digital transformation at the analog semiconductor company with a heavy focus on e-commerce and innovation. For more information and the complete interview and transcript see “Now, this was a really interesting discussion in the company because we were very traditional,” Curd says. “But we realized that we’ve been product-focused for so long and, in order to get customer-focused, we had to own the customers. That meant sort of taking it back from some of our distribution partners. We’ve put a lot of time into enhancing our website, the analytics, the customers, and so on, and then allowing us to really understand the customer experience… Expectations have gotten much higher, and we have to deliver.” Curd has been Vice President and CIO at Maxim Integrated since 2008, leading a modernization effort to migrate multiple order management, logistics, and manufacturing financial systems on SAP. He previously served as CIO at Marvell Semiconductor, Cyberiq Systems and Electroglas; he also spent 10 years as director of information technology at Fujitsu Microelectronics. This conversation was recorded at SAP Select, part of SAP SAPPHIRE NOW 2018. The overall theme was Intelligent Enterprise.
Maxim’s MAX22445 is a reinforced, 4-channel digital galvanic isolator. This IC, which uses Maxim's proprietary process technology, is fast acting, low power and has reinforced isolation to withstand voltage ratings of 5 kilovolts RMS for sixty seconds. This digital isolator offers a unidirectional channel configuration with three channels transmitting data in one direction and one channel transmitting in the opposite direction, making it perfect for applications such as isolated SPI and RS-485 communication. And because this isolator uses independent 1.71 volt to 5.5 volt supplies on each side of the isolator, the device is well suited for use as a level translator. Ideal applications include battery management systems, medical systems, and Fieldbus communications for industrial automation. https://www.digikey.com/en/product-highlight/m/maxim-integrated/max22445-reinforced-4-channel-digital-isolator?WT.Z_sm_link=Youtube_DKDaily2018
Watch this video to learn how the ADuM1250/ADuM2250 iCoupler® digital isolators use a three level logic system developed by Philips specifically for I2C to implement bidirectional data transfer.
Using Direct Digital Synthesis to generate two exact-frequency sine waves that simulate the forward and reflected waves on a transmission line. The resulting standing wave is shown using the "add' mode on a two-channel oscilloscope. An Arduino board drives a Maxim MAX548 2-channel D-to-A Converter. See http://rehaas.home.comcast.net/~rehaas/arduino/wavedemo.html for more details.