Device companies are always seeking new methods with which to save time and money in the design and manufacturing processes.
Automating a traditionally manual process can introduce a variety of advantages to the procedure.
Selecting the right fluid line connector can boost performance and bring enhanced benefits to a medical device. However, with a variety of choices between fittings, luers, and couplings, it is difficult to know which offering would be best indicated for a specific application.
Selecting a membrane to use with a medical device seems like a relatively simple enough process, however, without careful consideration of a number of key factors, a device can fail as a result of an improper choice.
Medical imaging applications, such as CT scanning, move extremely large amounts of data through a system at a very high rate.
SE/SE2 and E200II Series inverters for CCFL-backlit LCDs are vacuum-encapsulated to provide maximum reliability and excellent resistance to shock, vibration, and humidity.
EtherCAN is a CAN-ethernet gateway that converts from CAN into ethernet to overcome the limited physical length of CAN networks. Since CAN technology was originally developed for the automotive industry, it has limitations for high-speed data transmission (1 MBit/sec) at distances of over 50 ft.
Gold contact FFC/FPC connectors may be mated with flat flexible cable that contains a gold coating on the stripped ends for an extra measure of reliability in board-to-board interconnections.
A new generation, peelable chevron header pouch, called Duet, that reduces costs while offering improved aseptic presentation of medical products is offered. Duet’s hybrid design combines elements from both header bags and chevron pouches.
This miniature, thin film thermoelectric generator (TEG) converts heat directly into electricity.
By adding robotics to the production line, a company can turbocharge its product quality, reliability, and speed to market. This article will focus on what characteristics should be examined when considering a robotic solution for various tasks.
This compact high performance 8-pole brushless DC motor is well suited for applications where high torque to weight ratio and efficiency are important.
The PRO Series NEMA 17 integrated motor/drivers are fitting for machine designs where an incorporated motor/driver helps conserve space. A 42 mm hybrid motor with attached drive electronics, yields a compact, RoHS compliant package.
The GP 22 S and GP 32 S gearheads, specifically adjusted for spindles, are designed to withstand high loads, and the special spindle intake means that customer-specific spindles can be assembled with ease in significantly less time.
The Smoovy Series 0308…B version of the brushless DC motor line uses the “System Faulhaber” skewed winding in combination with a rotor made of Neodymium rare-earth magnets to provide cog-free motion. The bearing system of the Series 0308…B brushless DC motor is now composed of jewel bearings.