Medical

PICO-ITX board offers 4K resolution for graphics suitable for medical imaging

Display Technology have just added the latest PICO-V2K4, to their embedded portfolio. Part of the AMD RYZEN V2000 embedded Processor family from AAEON has been designed to cater for Medical Imaging, Industrial Automation and Embedded Gaming. The new PICO board offers 4K resolution graphics through its dual LAN chip, 4 …

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Award-winning OKW CONTROL-KNOBS for menu-driven electronics

OKW’s elegant rotary/click CONTROL-KNOBS have won an iF Design Award 2022. Hailed as “perfect all round”, they now feature a new, improved design with greater illumination (option). The iF DESIGN AWARD is one of the most important design prizes in the world. For 65 years, designers and manufacturers have worked …

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Efficient device connection in healthcare and industry

The presence of liquids and demanding hygienic requirements dominate the application field of medical device technology. Product developers are faced with the task of balancing functionality, protection and design at a top level. The miniature connectors of the binder 770 NCC series are an exemplary success – which also benefits …

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ODU exhibiting at ISMRM 2022

ODU Connectors are pleased to be exhibiting at the ISRM Annual Conference & Exhibition  at the London ExCeL Centre, 7th – 12th May. This is an important international event for the MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) industry and ODU are looking forward to meeting-up again in person. Specifically for MRI, ODU …

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OMRON announces long term vision “Shaping the Future 2030”

OMRON has announced its new long-term vision for fiscal 2030, and the three-year medium-term management plan in a virtual press conference. With an objective to strengthen the pace and expanse of worldwide sustainable development, the vision strives to solve more and diverse social issues through OMRON’s Sensing & Control + …

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Low-Power BioZ AFE by Analog Devices shrinks size for BioZ monitoring

Reduce the size and extend the life of bioimpedance (BioZ) remote-patient monitoring (RPM) devices with the MAX30009 low-power, high-performance BioZ analogue front-end (AFE) from Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI). For developers of small, battery-powered, continuously wearable devices, this AFE on a chip offers clinical-grade vital sign measurements of bioimpedance analysis for patient …

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New industrial SD memory card controller from Hyperstone

Hyperstone has introduced its new S9 family of Secure Digital (SD) and microSD memory card controllers. The S9 meets the requirements of demanding applications with turnkey firmware. Additionally, the S9S version of the controller, with an application programming interface (API), adds various security features. The controller’s FlashXE ECC and hyReliability …

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Analog Devices invests €100 Million in Europe operations with ADI Catalyst launch

Analog Devices, Inc., a leading global high-performance semiconductor company, has announced it will invest €100 million over the next three years in ADI Catalyst, a 100,000 square foot custom-built facility for innovation and collaboration located at its campus in the Raheen Business Park in Limerick, Ireland. This latest phase of …

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Configurable programmable power supply systems deliver 30kW, 45kW or 60kW in a portable 20U high 19” rack cabinet

TDK Corporation has introduced 20U high, 19-inch rack cabinet high power solutions to the TDK-Lambda GENESYS+ series of programmable DC power supplies. The configurable GSPS series can provide 30kW, 45kW or 60kW of output power with seamless transition across constant voltage, constant current and constant power limit operating modes. The …

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Medical Device Regulation (MDR) in the EU

The Medical Device Regulation (MDR), which came into force on May 27, 2021, changed the requirements for manufacturers that supply medical devices to the market in the EU. The goal of the new regulation is to increase the quality and traceability of medical devices. Accordingly, the MDR requires medical device …

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