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Filtered Inlets and Outlets

July 5, 2007 12:14 pm | Interpower Corporation | Comments

This line of IEC 60320 filtered inlets and outlets are intended for medical applications, in addition to a variety of others. They have ratings from 6 to 20 amps and either 120 or 250 VAC. Features include robust screw mount, nickel plated, shielded enclosure; 6.

Shielded Nano Connectors

July 5, 2007 12:14 pm | Omnetics Connector Corp. | Comments

The metal Bi-lobe nano-miniature connectors are available with patent pending sealed backshells and braided cable shielding to reduce crosstalk and EMI problems in today’s high density electronic modules.

Moisture Control Pouch

July 5, 2007 12:14 pm | Comments

DesiShield is fabricated with advanced desiccating technology to meet the packaging challenges associated with moisture sensitive devices and diagnostic products.


Loading and Assembly System

July 5, 2007 12:14 pm | Ess Technologies, Inc | Comments

The TaskMate robotic loading and assembly system combines a FANUC LR Mate mini robot with ESS-designed equipment to create a system that reduces repetitive motion in the loading and assembly of packaged medical devices and other products.

Motor Control

July 5, 2007 12:14 pm | Comments

This bipolar chopper driver chip, NP3775, and state logic chip (phase distribution chip), NP7380, are offered for use with the company’s tin-can rotary and linear stepper motors. The firm provides motors, electronics, and engineering support for a complete stepper motor drive system.

UVC Lamps

July 5, 2007 12:14 pm | American Ultraviolet | Comments

This high-output [800 mA; also available as standard output (425 mA)], low-mercury (>= 8 mg) UVC lamp is offered for disinfecting air and water.

Gear Pumps (4143)

May 18, 2007 11:24 am | Comments

The QDM brushless series of gear pumps combines the best principles of gear and magnetically driven pumps. Engineered without any drive seals, the pumps offer a leak free, pulse-less, magnetically driven operation.

Butterfly Valve (4141)

May 18, 2007 11:24 am | Comments

The corrosion-resistant Type 568 butterfly valve’s lug style design is intended specifically for dead-end service and fully pressure rated at 150 psi to allow for easy system expansion to the pipeline without the expense of system shutdown.


Filling Valve

May 18, 2007 11:24 am | Comments

The Model 775 filling valve is a pneumatically operated spool type valve that can accurately dispense medium to high viscosity fluids. It is capable of dispensing shots of less than 0.01 to over 50 ml and features an adjustable pull-back for crisp shut-off.

Dispense Valve (4137)

May 18, 2007 11:24 am | Comments

The Model 2200-033-011 automatic Snuf-Bak dispense valve is ideal for high volume fluid control and fast shut-off of viscous materials such as polyurethanes, epoxies, silicones, greases, and various cohesive (stringy) and thixotropic adhesives and sealants.

Processor Enhances Diagnostic Tool’s Features

May 14, 2007 7:06 am | Comments

Lechnologies Research Inc. is using Analog Devices Inc.’s Blackfin Processor in its innovative new AfibAlert atrial fibrillation monitor.


Outsourcing Partnership Enables Success

May 14, 2007 7:06 am | Comments

Major advances in cardiac surgical procedures continue to make headlines as new products are developed that are less invasive, easier to use, and produce more effective patient outcomes.


Dispensing Sample Kit

May 14, 2007 7:06 am | Comments

James Alexander Corp., a leading manufacturer and contract packager of unit dose dispensing systems, recently developed a sample kit designed to introduce a variety of their products to prospective customers.

Biomaterials Network

May 14, 2007 7:06 am | Comments

A totally remodeled Biomaterials Network is now available online. The site was revamped not only in terms of graphics but new functionalities and major changes were implemented in order to provide better services to everyone interested in biomaterials and tissue engineering. Information: www.

Post-Approval Patient Studies Site

May 14, 2007 7:06 am | Comments

The FDA has launched a new web page that will keep the public informed about the status of post-approval patient studies for certain recently approved medical devices.


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