Latest Medical Technology Resources with Extensive Content Stream
Mouser Electronics has offered a cutting-edge resource page dedicated to the medical industry, providing access to a wide array of state-of-the-art products, articles, design guides and more.
With the support of their global manufacturing partners, Mouser’s expansive portfolio of resources helps electronic design engineers and buyers find the necessary tools, information and materials quickly and efficiently while highlighting trending topics within the medical field, like next-generation medical devices for brain-computer interfaces and the evolution of medical wearables. Additionally, Mouser features content about medical 3D printing, the role of AI/ML within healthcare, digital therapeutics, power management in medical devices and more.
Mouser has stocked the industry’s widest selection of semiconductors and electronic components, offering parts from trusted suppliers such as Molex, Omron and TE Connectivity, as well as the products included below:
- Analog Devices Inc. ADPD4200 Sensor Front End is equipped with twelve-time slots that enable twelve separate measurements per sampling period. This sensor includes control circuitry with flexible LED signaling and synchronous detection. It has multiple wearable health and fitness applications, industrial monitoring, and home patient monitoring devices.
- ams OSRAM AS7050 Medical and Health Sensor enables the user to detect biosignals such as photoplethysmogram, electrocardiogram, and galvanic skin resistance. These features allow the highest flexibility for several LED and photodiode arrangements in different applications. Applications for ams OSRAM AS7050 Medical and Health Sensor include optical sensor platforms, heart-rate and ECG monitoring, smart devices, earbuds, and more.
- Texas Instruments SimpleLink™ Microcontrollers designed for connected smart devices in medical, IoT and industrial applications, the TI SimpleLink devices are microcontrollers ideal for providing low-power wireless connectivity to wearable blood analyzers, heart-rate monitors, sleep monitors, e-stethoscopes, and more.