Maxim Integrated Optical Bio-Sensor | New Product Brief
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Maxim Integrated Optical Bio-Sensor
Maxim Integrated’s MAXM86161 optical bio-sensor is a complete optical data-acquisition system in a single ultra-low-power module.
The module is optimized for heart rate monitoring and pulse oximetry and is targeted at in-ear medical and fitness applications such as earbuds. The transmitter consists of low-noise programmable current DACs driving green, red, and infrared LEDs, while the receiver includes a high-efficiency photodiode and a low-noise analog front-end.
The MAXM86161 has an industry-leading ambient light cancellation circuit and a built-in algorithm further enhancing the rejection of fast ambient transients. The sensor operates from a single 3 to 5.5 volt supply with low active and shutdown current draw to maximize runtime from small batteries.
The devices are housed in a compact 2.9 by 4.3 by 1.4 millimeter 14-pin OLGA package for in-ear devices and other mobile applications.
- Optimized Architecture for Reflective Heart Rate and SpO2 Monitoring
- Fully-integrated bio-sensor
- Transmitter: Low-noise LED current DACs and Green/Red/IR LEDs
- Receiver: high-efficiency PIN diode and low noise AFE
- Excellent Ambient Range and Rejection Capability
- >100μA Ambient Photodetector Current
- >70dB Ambient Rejection at 120Hz
- Supply voltage: 3.0V to 5.5V
- Low-power operation: 10µA at 25sps
- Low shutdown current: 1.6µA
- Package: 2.9mm x 4.3mm x 1.4mm 14-pin OLGA
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