The Compass 561 laser delivers 50 mW at 561 nm, while still offering substantially lower noise than any other solid state yellow laser currently available. Specifically, this frequency doubled, diode-pumped solid state laser has a noise specification of 0.
The dry break quick disconnect connects without any fluid spray or leakage and disconnects with minimal dead volume. The assembly is constructed of stainless steel throughout and weighs only 15 grams.
The ZWX-series are open frame AC-DC power supplies provide voltages including +3.3 V, +5 V, +12 V, -12 V, and +5 V (standby), and are 1 U rack/enclosure mountable. The ZWX300 includes a sixth output (a second +12 V).
An M12 laser sensor with a body length of only 50 mm and an operating range of 50 m has been developed for use in hostile environments that prohibit the use of photoelectric and fiber optic sensors and where even inductive devices are susceptible to failure.
Two 532 nm DPSS high visibility green laser modules from SANYO—the DLX-9356-13 (532nm, 5mW) and the DLX-9456-02 (532nm, 10mW)—are available. The modules, measuring just 20 mm diameter by 50.
The XO125 is a 5 V voltage controlled oven compensated controlled crystal oscillator with an HCMOS output. The XO125 is designed for Stratum 3E applications requiring a very low aging rate and very tight frequency stability. The unit is housed in the standard CO8 EURO package.
Manufactured in an assortment of configurations, styles, and sizes, all meeting the highest quality levels, these knobs are made of ABS or aluminum with nickel-plated brass bushings and reinforced shaft holes to suit most round or flattened shafts.
The VMS-160 series of high density, medically approved open frame switching power supplies outputs 160 W with 200 LFM forced air cooling or 100 W under convection-cooled conditions. This translates to a power density of 18 W/in 3 in a 1U, industry standard, 2 inches x 4 inches footprint.
The high-precision, low-power, low-voltage multi-channel ZMD21013 sensor signal interface circuit is an essential enabler for a myriad of medical products requiring multiple sensors.
The Project: Design a tourniquet in a little over two weeks that needs to offer exceptional strength and durability, while also enabling ease of use.
Safety labels seem like a basic enough component of a product to not warrant serious consideration, but for medical device manufacturers, that type of thinking could lead to serious consequences.
The market for combination products is rapidly increasing in size and reaching across more medical sectors with each new advancement.
Adhesive technology is critical to many aspects of medical device technology, from securing components within a finished device to adhering wound care products or electrical pads directly to a patient's skin.
As hospitals strive to accommodate greater volumes of patients and services, they are looking to innovations in medical equipment to address these challenges.
Leading retail earplug manufacturer McKeon Products Inc. recently embarked on progressing its advanced earplug line. McKeon President/CEO Devin Benner commissioned technically advanced, multinational liquid-silicone parts molder Silcotech North America Inc.