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  • Understanding Current Sinking, Current Sourcing, and Ground Loops
    You've just purchased some current to pneumatic transducers and are ready to try them. Each transducer has been carefully installed according to the manufacturer's recommendations and wired to its own 4-20 mA analog output. All of the transducers are being powered by a common 24 VDC power supply
  • MCP2030 Three-Channel Analog Front-End Device Overview
    TB090 MCP2030 Three-Channel Analog Front-End Device Overview FIGURE 1: PIN DIAGRAM Author: Youbok Lee, Ph.D. Microchip Technology Inc. 14-pin TSSOP, SOIC, PDIP INTRODUCTION V V 1 14SS SS The MCP2030 is a stand-alone, Analog Front-End CS LCCOM (AFE) device for Low-Frequency (LF) sensing and 2 13
  • Medical Device Link .
    reviews current medical applications of spintronic sensors, their construction and operation, design considerations, and possible future developments related to medical devices. Military applications provided much of the impetus for developing spintronic sensors. In the medical industry, these sensors
  • Medical Device Link .
    devices are often placed in high-noise environments and often perform life-critical functions. And one of the most difficult EMI issues to address is protecting analog signals from RFI generated by a nearby handheld radio or cellular phone. Three main elements contribute to the problem. First
  • Medical Device Link . The Impact of EMC Regulations on Medical Device Design
    are evolving, and it is time for an update. Thus, this article reviews the current and proposed regulations and discusses those areas where the requirements are likely to cause problems for medical device designers. In the European Union, the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive, which
  • Medical Device Link .
    patient care, especially for the growing senior population. According to InMedica, the research division of IMS Research, sales of consumer medical devices will reach more than $5 billion by 2011. Through new and increased monitoring functions of medical equipment, remote caregivers can watch key areas
  • Medical Device Link . Protecting Circuits against Electromagnetic Threats Case shielding, circuit filtering, and cable protection are keys to meeting new electromagnetic compatibility requirements.
    with immunity to transient and steady-state radio-frequency (RF) interference. Emission issues are also a major concern, especially with the use of higher-speed clock circuits. Sensitive analog circuits coupled with restrictive leakage current and special external surface treatments for the case have resulted
  • Medical Device Link . Design Technologies for Immunity to Electromagnetic Threats
    60601-1-2. While many feel that the measures used for emission control will also solve all of the immunity hardening requirements, this is often not the case. Sensitive analog circuits coupled with restrictive leakage current and special external surface treatments for the case have resulted in numerous
  • Design and Development of Medical Electronic Instrumentation
    -to-digital converter, isolated analog-signal multiplexer, ground bond. integrity tester, microammeter for safety testing, and basic high-potential tester. In Chapter 4 we discuss international regulations regarding electromagnetic compatibility. and medical devices. This includes mechanisms

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