Maxim Announces Peripheral Modules

By cs admin | July 19, 2012

July 19, 2012

Maxim Integrated Products Inc. released a collection of 15 peripheral modules that plug directly into any FPGA/CPU expansion port that follows the Digilent Pmod standard.

The modules allow rapid prototyping and quick migration from concept to working design.

Peripheral modules are becoming popular for circuit prototyping, and the company said the new collection supports a wide variety of commonly used analog and mixed-signal functions. The modules are supported by example software and FPGA configuration files for three popular FPGA platforms.

Features include plug-in modules, FPGA configuration files, and included example software; and functionality for data conversion, a digital potentiometer, real-time clock, light sensor, clock oscillator, thermal interface, communication transceivers, digital isolation, GPIO expansion, LED interface, and relay drivers.

Visit Maxim online.


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