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Nanopower Primary Cell State-of-Health Monitor with Precision Coulomb Counter Released by Analog Devices - News

September 21, 2021

Analog Devices, Inc. revealed the LTC3337. The LTC3337 is a nanopower primary (non-rechargeable) cell State-of-Health (SoH) monitor with precision coulomb counter, aimed to be placed in conjuction with a primary battery with minimal associated series voltage drop. 

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Tiny Power Management IC from Analog Devices Charges Wearables and Hearables Four Times Faster - News

September 21, 2021


The MAX77659 single-inductor multiple output (SIMO) power management IC (PMIC) with integrated switch-mode buck-boost charger from Analog Devices, Inc. charges wearables, hearables, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices faster and in less space than other PMICs available.


Clinical-Grade AFE from Analog Devices Measures Four Vital Signs for Remote Patient Monitoring Devices - News

September 21, 2021

MAX86178 features synchronized measurement of electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG), heart rate (ECG or optical PPG), blood-oxygen saturation (SpO₂), and respiration rate (using BioZ).


Lowest-Power ChipDNA PUF Technology from Analog Devices Secures Embedded Devices from Edge to Cloud - News

September 15, 2021

Cryptographic controller provides 30x lower power and industrial-grade protection for battery-powered devices in the harshest, most security-critical environments.

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High Fidelity Vibration Acquisition for Condition Monitoring - Blog

August 19, 2021

This article explains how recent advancements in MEMS technology have pushed accelerometer sensors to the forefront, rivaling piezoelectric sensors in condition-based monitoring applications. We will also discuss how to use the new development platform that makes this all possible.

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Building an Adjustable, High Voltage Supply for Precision Sensor Bias Applications - Blog

August 18, 2021

An adjustable, high voltage power supply capable of high precision output can be difficult to build. Errors often result from drift over time, temperature, and variations within the production process. The resistive networks traditionally used for feedback are common error sources.