Features and Benefits

  • Easy Evaluation of the MAX22007 Four-Channel Analog Output
  • Two Accessible Modes:
    • Analog Output-Voltage Mode (0 to +10V)
    • Analog Output-Current Mode (0 to +20mA)
  • Voltage up to +12.5V Overrange for Loads from 1kΩ to 1MΩ
  • Current up to +24mA Overrange for Loads from 0 to 500Ω
  • Automatic Load Impedance Detection
  • No External Supply Needed
  • High-Voltage Supply Rail Generated from USB Supply
  • Works with USB2PMB2# and USB2GPIO# Adapters and Munich GUI Software
  • Surge Protection up to ±1kV per IEC 61000-4-5
  • ESD Protection up to ±6kV (Contact), ±8kV (Air-Gap) per IEC 61000-4-2
  • Proven Design and PCB Layout
  • RoHS Compliance

Product Details

The MAX22007 Peripheral Module (MAX22007PMB#) provides the hardware to evaluate the MAX22007 fourchannel 12-bit configurable analog output. Refer to the MAX22007 IC data sheet for detailed information regarding operation of the IC.

This module can be used in various ways, but it is primarily configured through SPI. Analog Devices sells low-cost USB2PMB2# and USB2GPIO# adapter boards that use the Munich GUI software for communication through a USB cable. The adapter boards are not included with the MAX22007PMB# board. Alternatively, any microcontroller or FPGA with a 12-pin Pmod™-compatible connector can be used with the SPI connection from the Pmod connector J1. Another option for the user is to wire-wrap a temporary connection from their system to the pins on the connector J1. For these later two options, the user needs to write their own control software. The board dimensions are 3.5” x 0.8” (8.69cm x 2.18cm).


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