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Optical pulse oximeter aimed at wearable, healthcare apps

09 Feb 2016  | Steve Taranovich

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With a -40°C to 85°C operating temperature range, the MAX30102 is available in a tiny 14-pin optical module (5.6mm x 3.3mm x 1.55mm). Pricing starts at $4.13 (1000-up, FOB USA).

MAX30102 advanced optical packaging

MAX30102 advanced optical packaging (Image courtesy of Maxim)

There is an all-important evaluation platform, the MAX30102ACCEVKIT, with the integrated module and an accelerometer that provides designers a quick and easy way to evaluate the module.

The MAX30102 evaluation kit provides a proven design to evaluate the MAX30102 integrated pulse oximetry and heart-rate monitor IC. The EV kit consist of two boards: The USBOSMB is the mother board and MAX30102DBEVKIT is the daughter board that includes the MAX30102 and an accelerometer. The EV kit is powered using the USB supply to generate 1.8V for the sensor and 4.5V for the internal LEDs of the MAX30102, and 3.3V for the accelerometer. The EV kit comes with a MAX30102EFD+ installed in a 14-pin OESIP package.

This kit allows real-time monitoring, is USB-powered, has an on-board accelerometer and is Windows 7- and Windows 8/8.1-compatible software. The board Gerber files will speed time to market as well for the designer.

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