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TDK to Showcase its Innovative Solutions at Medica 2019

TDK Corporation (TSE 6762) will present its product range for the medical market this year for the first time at the Medica show in Dusseldorf, Germany, at booth C42 in hall 9.

The product range includes embedded motor controllers, magnetic, temperature, pressure and biomagnetic sensors, medical ASICs, power supplies, piezo components, and diagnostic chips for various medical applications.

Represented at the booth will be TDK, EPCOS, Micronas, ICsense, TDK-Lambda, and Tronics branded products.

Product highlights include:

TDK biomagnetic sensors: TDK has developed compact and highly sensitive biomagnetic sensors that can detect weak biomagnetic fields, which could only be measured by using a SQUID (Superconducting Quantum Interference Device) flux meter up to now.

The biomagnetic measurement system uses a multi-channel sensor array that enabled the world’s first measurement and visualization (imaging) of the cardiac magnetic fields using MR sensors.

Unlike the SQUID flux meter, which is an expensive and bulky system that also requires a cooling device using liquid helium (Dewar), this system, which uses MR sensors, is capable of measurement with high sensitivity even at room temperature. It is also compact and has excellent operability and portability.

TDK flash memory storage: TDK’s NAND-type flash memory controller GB Driver, using TDK’s unique NAND flash control technology, provides high-speed access while securing high reliability. It supports the use of NAND-type flash memory with the “all-in-one single chip solution”.

TDK biosensor Silmee: With the combination of high-precision sensors and its software technology/original algorithm, TDK biosensors can support various types of data collection activities. The wristband-type wearable biosensor which is capable for measuring and recording the amount of conversation/sleeping time/pulse/UV, as well as of activity; the patch-type wearable biosensor that can measure cardiac potential with high accuracy; the portable-type biosensor that transmits emergency call along with location information; the digital basal thermometer with a communication function.

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