Measuring just 3 × 3 × 1.6 mm, the two white versions of the OSLON LX LEDs are ideal for side injection into light guides with a thickness of 2 to 4 mm. Thanks to the optimized lens, the light
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Johnson Electric introduces Ledex B12 Series Box Frame Solenoids. At just 2.0 in (50.8 mm) x 1.25 in (31.75 mm), the B12 are the company’s most compact linear open frame solenoids available to date.
Mocon Inc. is announcing the global launch of its Permatran-W Model 3/33 Plus, a new generation of its industry standard, water vapor transmission rate (WVTR) line.
Nutec Components, Inc., a leading manufacturer of advanced precision motion systems, offers a newly upgraded version of its T-MAX 5 low profile direct drive rotary servo positioning stage, enabling the device to deliver higher load capacity and improved trajectory control.
World Precision Instruments (WPI) is a global leader in TEER measurement, nitric oxide sensing, and other sophisticated instrumentation vital to physiological and medical research. The privately held company began operations in New Haven, Conn., in 1967 as a small manufacturer
XP Power launches the AEF and AFM series of external AC/DC power supply units. Designed for a wide range of IT and portable medical equipment, the units provide single outputs with power output between 100-150 Watts.
The DYMAX MD 1200 series adhesives are ideal for rapid bonding of a wide variety of substrates found in reservoirs, plastic housings, respiratory devices, needles, syringes, tube sets, fittings, and other medical devices.
A new ultra-thin FPC connector developed by Japan Aviation Electronics (JAE) has the lowest height in the industry. The FF07 Series FPC connector is ideal for use in slim and multi-function portable medical/industrial devices and other products requiring low profile connectors.
The following article identifies the benefits of bringing in outside maintenance expertise to perform functions that otherwise consume resources that can be better used in a production mode. Ron Hoffman With today's limited
maxon’s brushless dc motor offers continuous current up to 0.95 mNm, nominal speed up to 80,000 rpm, and an exceptional efficiency rating of 70%.
A broad range of incise films and bordering, assembly, fenestration and fixation tapes are now available from Avery Dennison Medical Products (MD&M East Booth 1543).
The PKE high torque, high efficiency stepping motors can be driven at continuous duty cycles. They are designed to provide maximum torque while creating efficiencies currently not available in the stepper motor market.
The Faulhaber line of flat DC micromotors has two new offerings that provide diameters of 15 and 26 mm. The precious metal commutated DC micromotors provide robustness and electronic commutation.
Two series of Elpac 80 watt open frame power supplies are designed for both medical (MTB080) and industrial (FTB080) applications, providing a power density of 12.5 watts per cubic inch and converter efficiencies up to 91%.
These manually-operated 3- and 4-way spool valves have 1/4 in. NPT ports for easy access. The operation is either detented or momentary.
The Flexpoint HS-1M handheld bar code scanner for healthcare applications optimizes ergonomic design, operation, and functionality.
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How Are You Influencing Portable Medical Technology? Dr. Robin Sarah Tichy Technical Marketing Engineer, Micro Power Electronics Inc. Micro Power Electronics specializes in the design and manufacture of custom battery packs that power portable medical devices.
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The role of electronics in medical devices has evolved tremendously over the last several decades and continues to integrate into more products as the industry moves forward.