Featured Articles

  1. Communication Protocols for Body Worn Applications in Patient Care
    7/31/2014

    This white paper will give you an overview of the most relevant parameters that define if a cable assembly or a connector can withstand a defined data protocol.

  2. Hermetically Sealed Connectors
    7/30/2014

    Hermetically sealing connectors can be a complex process that involves mechanical design, materials science, surface science, and fluid behavior. Hermeticity can be a huge challenge when specifying connectors into a device or system, whether it’s used in medical, aerospace, or military applications.

  3. Connector Selection: Ten Considerations For Getting It Right
    7/29/2014

    This white paper is a guide on factors to consider when selecting a connector for integration into a device (medical, or otherwise), including cover contacts, sealing, materials, functionality, and cable assembly requirements. Miniaturization and working with supplier engineer teams also are discussed.

  4. Managing Risk In Medical Connectors
    7/29/2014

    This paper will help to educate designers and manufacturers of medical devices who integrate electrical connectors into their design on some recent changes made by the FDA, and the implications of the new regulations.