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re: Maxim advances analog integration strategy
MoeRubenzahl   9/24/2012 5:17:07 PM
Yes, it's a preliminary part. We don't like to pre-announce parts but there are a few exceptions. Click the link to be notified when a full data sheet is available. You'll get an automatic e-mail when more data is available.

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re: Maxim advances analog integration strategy
jg_   9/21/2012 11:53:17 PM
The info seems done in a hurry, a wry smile at this : "Status: Not Recommended for New Designs " Really ? - and still no Data, just a landing page with errors. So I have no idea of the package, or price, of the MAX78638

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MoeRubenzahl   9/21/2012 11:00:31 PM
@littlemac: You're right. This was an error on our part. Our policy is not to mention a part without at least a preliminary data sheet. We have now posted the information on the two missing parts: http://www.maximintegrated.com/MAX31865 -- RTD-to-Digital Converter http://www.maximintegrated.com/MAX78638 -- Three Phase Energy Measurement and Motor Diagnostics Device Thank you for taking us to task. We are fixing our procedures to prevent recurrence. -- Moe Rubenzahl, Executive Director of Internet Marketing, Maxim Integrated

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re: Maxim advances analog integration strategy
LittleMac0   9/21/2012 6:44:07 PM
It is very frustrating to read a product announcement such as this...and then go to the mfr's website (in this case www.maxim-ic.com) only to discover that the announced part number cannot be found on the site! Manufacturers: If you don't have any info on a product, don't advertise it!!!

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