Electronic Products & Technology


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Product
January 8, 2019 by Stephen Law

Class II, Level VI external power supplies have home medical, ITE safety certifications

TDK-LAMBDA DTM110-C8 series of medical and Industrial certified DTM110-C8 Class II (no earth ground needed) external power supplies meets the stringent DoE Level VI and EU Tier 2 v5 standards for efficiency and off-load power. Devices are certified to the…
Feature
December 31, 2018 by Accutronics Ltd.

Preparing for the surgical robot boom

Growth of the robot market and will improve the precision and effectiveness of complex, minimally-invasive surgeries
News
November 30, 2018 by Meghan Hoyer, The Associated Press, Washington

Improving medical device tracking a slow, imperfect process

For nearly two decades, health advocates have pushed to standardize the way medical devices are tracked and studied. They eventually landed on a solution that others, including other parts of the medical industry, already had adopted – a unique code…
News
November 20, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

Electronica displays a future that is ‘smart’ and secure

The biggest electronica ever includes 80,000 visitors — an increase of 10%
Product
November 9, 2018 by Stephen Law

5mm² circular photodiode serves medical designs

OPTO DIODE AXUV20HS1 high-speed photodetector with a circular active area of 5mm diameter (typically 20mm²) is suitable for high-speed detection of low-energy electrons or X-rays. Device is one of several AXUV detectors that deliver high performance measurement of photons, electrons,…
Product
November 7, 2018 by Stephen Law

1500W power supplies meet Class B conducted, radiated EMI

TDK LAMBDA AMERICAS 1500W rated CUS1500M series of ac-dc power supplies has both medical and ITE (Information Technology Equipment) certifications and is suitable for industrial, medical, cosmetic laser treatment and analysis equipment requiring less than 300µA earth leakage current, low…
Product
October 22, 2018 by Stephen Law

DIN rail power supplies serve medical applications

PULS CP Series of medical power supplies meet high industrial standard, while lowering heat loss, boosting efficiency and providing no noise, fan-less continuous convection cooling. The uncomplicated DIN-rail assembly permits flexible positioning of the devices. Optional wall and side mounting…
Product
October 8, 2018 by Stephen Law

450W ac-dc power supply delivers full-load operation up to +65°C

TRACO POWER TPP 450-M series of medical & industrial approved 450-watt power supplies come in a small 3.15 x 5.83 x 1.60” enclosed with fan package. Unit delivers high efficiency up to 94% combined with industrial grade components enable -40°C…
News
September 14, 2018 by Michael Liedtke, The Associated Press, Cupertino CA

Apple Watch inches toward becoming a medical device

Apple is slowly evolving its smartwatch into a medical device.  The latest version of the Apple Watch will add features that allow it to take high-quality heart readings and detect falls. It’s part of Apple’s long-term strategy to give people…
Product
September 10, 2018 by Stephen Law

Medical grade power supply operates from 80-264Vac

MEAN WELL MFM Series 05-30 Watt high density, small size ac-dc on-board, medical grade power supply provides operation from 80-264Vac, a low no load power consumption less than 0.075W, a high efficiency up to 91%, Class II (no FG) double insulation,…
Product
September 6, 2018 by Stephen Law

Dc output modules serve medical designs

EXCELSYS TECHNOLOGIES CmH CoolMod dc output power module can deliver up to 100W power in the CX600 and up to 180W in the CX1800 from two isolated outputs. In the CX600 it delivers an adjustable output of 3.0-6.0V up to…
News
August 21, 2018 by Sheryl Ubelacker, The Canadian Press, Toronto

Google Gen pushes for tech to transform health care

Digitally savvy Canadians who make up the Google Generation are on the leading edge of a transformation in the health-care system that will see a greater reliance on technology, including how doctors interact with their patients, a survey commissioned by…