State of the art bio, industrial & automotive sensors
ADI's latest sensors for medical, industrial and automotive applications
ADI's extensive selection of sensor ICs provides high-accuracy, low-power performance with real-time protection, robust interfaces, and compact packaging for industrial, automotive and medical applications.
The growing portfolio of biosensors provides high-accuracy measurements of vital body signs. These highly integrated biosensor ICs offer low power operation in small packages for accurate body important measurements such as temperature, heart health, and bio potential for mobile phones, wearable devices and clinical health patches.
Industrial sensors include applications such as heat meters that require accurate measurements across fluctuating temperature ranges, application to IO-link master hubs/extenders and industrial digital output and input modules.
The latest industrial sensors offer benefits such as low MIPS needed for gesture recognition algorithm, operation in ambient low light conditions, and low solution cost and design ease by integrating many discrete functions, including lens.
MAX30208: Temperature sensing demonstration featuring the MAX30208 +/-0.1 degree celsius-accurate digital temperature sensor
MAX86150: This video provides an introduction to the MAX86150, an integrated electrocardiogram, pulse oximeter, heart rate monitor sensor module. It includes internal LEDs, photodetectors, IR sensor and low-noise electronics with ambient light rejection.
MAX31888/9: This video provides an introduction to ADI's +/-0.25 C accurate temperature sensor - the MAX31888 and MAX31889
MAX6680 | MAX31875: Learn about the features, benefits, and applications of temperature sensors included in the essential analog toolkit. the MAX6680 provides remote temperature sensing via a diode with ±1°C accuracy and the MAX31875 is a low-power local I²C temperature sensor in WLP package.
MAX25205: Automotive gesture solution demo in CID (centre infotainment display) system, rear seat infotainment system as well as other display gesture applications
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ADI activities in the element14 summer of sensors
Designing an IO-Link sensor
IO-Link sensor related questions
Experimenting with components competition
MAX25405 gesture sensor lens kit
Low-power sensor solutions and interfaces webinar discussing how ADI addresses power management challenges
How to select a tvs diode for ADI's io-link devices
MAX14819, MAX14827A, MAX14828, MAX22513
Dual IO-link master transceiver with integrated framers and L+ supply controllers
Low-power, ultra-small, dual driver, IO-link device transceiver
Low-power, ultra-small IO-link device transceiver
Surge protected dual driver IO-link device transceiver with DC-DC