Farnell stocks Analog Devices’ low power real time clock
Accessed through an I2C serial interface, the MAX31331 is a low power, real time clock (RTC) time keeping device from Analog Devices, which is now available from Farnell.
The MAX31331 supports a wide range of 32.768kHz crystals and is accessed through an I2C serial interface. It consumes nominal 65nA time-keeping current, extending battery life, making it suitable for battery-powered and portable devices, including, wearables, medical devices and IoT nodes. The MAX31331 includes an automatic switch reverting to a back up supply in the event of a power failure, ensuring accurate timekeeping even in adverse conditions.
It is compact, with a small footprint of 1.66 x 1.26mm for use where space is limited. For ease of use, there are timestamps for various events, low battery voltage detection, 1/128 second register and alarms and countdown timer
The MAX31331 can be purchased from Farnell in EMEA, Newark in North America and element14 in APAC.
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