Maxim’s New Wrist Form Factor Reference Design Reduces Health Wearable Development Time By Six Months

Maxim HSP MAXREFDES104#
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Maxim Integrated’s new health sensor platform 3.0 (HSP 3.0) reduces the development time of healthcare wearables by at least six months. Also known as MAXREFDES104#, this ready-to-wear wrist form factor […]
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