Electrical and electronic components play a crucial role in medical technology. These components enable the development of state-of-the-art devices and systems used in the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of patients. From sensors to electromechanical and electro-optical components to semiconductors and integrated circuits (IC), they cover a broad spectrum.
A key element are printed circuit boards on which electronic components such as microcontrollers, memory chips and interfaces are mounted. These PCBs enable the connection of different components and the communication between them. By using embedded systems, the functionality and efficiency of the devices are maximised.
Power supply is another critical aspect in medical technology. High-quality power supply systems ensure a reliable power supply for medical devices and ensure continuous function.
Lamps and luminaires, including advanced LED technology, play an important role in lighting in medical environments. They provide precise illumination with minimal heat generation and energy consumption.
Imaging systems in medical technology, such as endoscopes and ultrasound systems, use electronic components and camera systems to produce high-resolution images. These images provide physicians with valuable information for diagnosing and monitoring patients.