Board-Level Electronics
Electronics Cleaning Process
Posted in Electronics, Board-Level Electronics, Medical, Products, MDB on Friday, 01 February 2013
Digicom Electronics, Inc., Oakland, CA, a technology and quality- driven electronics manufacturing services company, introduces its new Diamond Track Cleaning Process. This process uses a proprietary combination of chemicals, temperature, wash cycles, timing, and equipment that results in printed circuit boards with superior quality and cleanliness. A recent lab analysis for ion contamination found zero ion contamination on assembled boards.
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Tiny EZ-Mount Rotary Position Sensor
Posted in Manufacturing & Prototyping, Electronics, Electronic Components, Board-Level Electronics, Sensors, Medical, Products, MDB on Friday, 01 February 2013
Piher Sensors & Controls S.A., Chicago, IL, has introduced the MTS-360 Mechanical Mount Rotary Position Sensor with integral PCB for fast and easy mounting. Designed with the sensor directly mounted onto a PCB, the MTS-360 Sensor/PCB Combo package allows engineers to easily install a fully featured rotary sensor without first having to design a printed circuit board for the sensor. Available with either 6 pin (dual output) or 3 pin (single output) Molex 90119 Series mating connectors.
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The Right Connections Help Medical Equipment Designers Satisfy Demanding Applications
Posted in Manufacturing & Prototyping, Electronics, Automation & Controls, Mechanical Components, Board-Level Electronics, Power Supplies, Medical, Features, MDB on Monday, 01 October 2012
The need to minimize healthcare costs is creating greater demand for medical electronics equipment that, among other things, improves and expands patient diagnostics inside and outside healthcare facilities. For example, portable medical instruments such as glucose meters, blood pressure monitors, and oxygen meters can be designed with communication capabilities to provide continuous information to caregivers almost anywhere. Small handheld devices can also improve various diagnostic procedures in medical offices. While such devices hold the promise of improved care at lower cost, they require advanced technologies that allow greater miniaturization to improve portability and functionality while providing safe usage.
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