Electronic Design

Application Note: Solutions for Handheld Surgical Devices

Sponsored by: Bourns

Characterized by the need for high reliability, accuracy and above all patient safety, new cordless handheld devices add a level of comfort and control for surgeons.  However, the increasing complex design and numerous interfaces in today’s surgical devices require the highest quality components.  Bourns’ new application note outlines the range of components required for these advanced healthcare tools – from user interface and motor control to power management and circuit protection. Please fill out this brief form to access this important paper.

TAGS: Components
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