Microbridge Technologies has developed a thermo-anemometer micro-air-flow sensor principle, having very high flow-impedance, that allows accurate sensing of low differential pressures, over a wide dynamic range.
This white paper describes how compliance can be “hardwired” into the product development processes with a validated system that automatically captures required records for regulatory purposes.
Learn how medical device manufacturers are turning to motion control platforms that help control costs, streamline production on a global basis, and provide systems capable of delivering the most sophisticated 2-D and 3-D clinical images possible.
Medical device manufacturers have long embraced ERP and CRM software systems. However, they have primarily employed them to achieve operational efficiencies as well as to further sales and marketing objectives.
Materials information impacts many aspects medical device design and manufacturing. Best practice in accessing, managing, and using such information saves money, cuts time-to-market, and avoids risk.
In today’s litigious society, products used by consumers can become the source of product liability lawsuits. Outsourcing product development and manufacturing can create additional risk because the electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider’s practices may come under scrutiny in this type of lawsuit.
This white paper looks at the options available to medical device manufacturers in Li-ion battery technologies. Li-ion is a unique chemistry, requiring a different design approach.
Driven by semiconductor industry requirements, linear motor manufacturers have steadily increased precision, reduced prices, developed multiple motor types, and simplified integration into automation equipment. Modern linear motors provide 0g peak acceleration and 10-meters/second velocity, deliver unmatched dynamic agility, minimize maintenance, and multiply uptime.
ITT Expands its DL Family of Connectors With the Miniature QLC Device to Meet Size, Reliability, and Mating Requirements for Portable Medical EquipmentMay 7, 2010 12:51 pm | by ITT Interconnect Solutions | White Papers
Connectors have continually played an important role in the design of medical equipment. Today, as certain types of equipment become more compact to meet portability requirements, so too must the connectors without sacrificing functionality.
This white paper discusses the specific requirements of CompactFlash (CF) used in portable medical devices as opposed to those manufactured for consumer applications.
RFID technology has grown beyond the mere tracking of inventory items and now has a far more pervasive presence where readers are embedded into products, giving them an intelligence that was unimaginable only a few years ago.
Medical devices are often coated with primers, lubricants, drugs or other fluids, but as they become ever smaller and more complex it becomes increasingly difficult for manufacturers to meet stringent tolerances and cosmetic requirements. LVLP technology offers an accurate, cost-effective coating method that will increase yields, reduce production costs, and improve process control.
Today's biomedical industry requires understanding of the pure power requirements for sensitive equipment and applications. Unfortunately, many professionals are still in the dark.
From field data collection, medical equipment, and test and measurement tools, an increasing array of devices are going portable, and battery systems must keep pace with the power demands of these small form-factor devices.
In such stringently controlled industries as pharmaceutical/biotechnical/medical device development, manufacturing, and warehousing, receiving a list of deficiencies can feel like a heavy blow to your quality system.