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OEM Filters

December 18, 2006 4:59 am | Comments

Whatman, a global leader in separations technology, has created a new OEM capabilities brochure detailing its line of filters and accessories available to OEM manufacturers.

Sealing Tapes

December 5, 2006 12:21 pm | by MDT Staff | 3M Medical Specialties | Comments

The Series 9795 3M advanced polyolefin medical microplate sealing tapes are indicated for a variety of adhesive applications in the healthcare industry.

Gas Plasma System (3609)

December 5, 2006 12:21 pm | Comments

This low pressure gas plasma system is for thin film coating and surface modification of medical components. The cleanroom-compatible AL140 plasma system has a 850 x 450 x 350 mm aluminum chamber.

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Compact Motion Controller

December 5, 2006 12:21 pm | Micromo | Comments

The MCDC 3006 compact motion controller is for use with DC micromotors. The MCBL 3006 compact motion controller is for use with brushless DC motors. A printed circuit board version of the controller is available for superordinate systems for OEM applications.

Cable Connector

December 5, 2006 12:21 pm | Comments

Designed to connect 0.3 mm pitch FPC cable to the board, the FF02S Series connector has a height of only 0.9 mm and a 3.8-mm depth. It has undergone drop impact and vibration resistance testing and provides improved cable retention.

Fastener Coating

December 5, 2006 12:21 pm | Comments

There is no need for gasket seals or sealant compounds or any other time-consuming in-house assembly sealants.

Double Torque Motor

December 5, 2006 12:21 pm | Comments

The SM2315DT SmartMotor features an 8-pole compact rotor design with higher copper filling factor compared to conventional techniques and the design achieves a higher energy density as well as better efficiency that results in more torque capacity in the same physical package size.

Linear Actuator (3613)

December 5, 2006 12:21 pm | Comments

This linear actuator is designed for positioning requirements in a variety of applications, including medical. It is lead screw driven and provides an electromechanical alternative to a pneumatic actuator, improving accuracy and motion control.

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Surface Mount Resistors (3605)

December 5, 2006 12:21 pm | Comments

Providing design engineers with rugged surface mount devices specifically designed for surge/pulse applications and for circuits subject to extreme thermal cycling, this company offers two versions of its popular cylindrical surface mount resistors.

Low Cost Motor Resolves Coating Challenge

December 5, 2006 12:19 pm | Comments

After an introduction of the basic technology of the Elliptecmotor, this article will present the physical analysis necessary for understanding the operation of the motor and will discuss its use in vacuum conditions. The technology can be utilized to address concerns with physical vapor deposition.

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Parallel Buses Give Way to Serial Point-to-Point Interconnects

December 5, 2006 12:19 pm | Comments

As medical equipment becomes more advanced, the demands on the electronic components are increasing exponentially. Large amounts of data are being collected during various tasks and systems need to be able to handle it.

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Sterile Packaging Sought as Solution for Infection Prevention

December 5, 2006 12:19 pm | Comments

Trends being observed now in medical device manufacturing are expected to create an increase in the demand for sterile packaging through 2010, according to a report from The Freedonia Group. This article summarizes the findings of the group’s study.

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Software Solutions: Building Blocks for FDA Compliance

December 5, 2006 10:48 am | Comments

Many medical device manufacturers have discovered that their choice of ERP

NIH Grant Could Help Patients Breathe Easier

December 4, 2006 5:16 am | Comments

Quest Product Development, with partner University of Colorado, has completed Phase I research

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Knee Implants Smarten Up

December 4, 2006 5:16 am | Comments

Orthopedic implants keep getting smarter. For the first time, a patient has received an investigational, full artificial knee replacement that can wirelessly report digital, 3D torque and force data back to computers.

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