4 ways to make sensors work for mobile health

Healthcare systems in the U.S. and around the world are increasingly turning to mobile health – keeping people out of expensive hospitals and instead treat people’s health problems from their homes. Sensors have a major role to play in enabling the shift. Sensor technology can help make up for the fact that the home, unlike

MD&M West 2018: Medtech supplier innovations you need to know

Updated Feb. 5 More than 20,000 engineers and executives are expected to gather and network for the annual MD&M West – one of the largest annual medical device manufacturing events. The event takes place at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif., Feb. 6–8, and houses an array of industry suppliers showcasing their latest technologies and manufacturing advancements. Think medical

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TE Connectivity acquires MicroGroup

TE Connectivity has acquired MicroGroup, a Medway, Mass.–based provider of precision metal shafts for medical devices. The deal, which TE Medical SVP and general manager Paraic Curtis announced in a message to customers on May 1, is but the latest in a number of acquisitions TE has made in recent years to strengthen its medical device

TE Connectivity announces housing for low profile Positive Lock receptacles

TE Connectivity (TE) has introduced a longer, single position, low profile housing for use with the 110 series low profile Positive Lock receptacle and gas igniters. Electronic gas igniters are used on gas cooking ranges, gas grills and similar applications where a gas flame must be ignited. Gas igniter designs are not standardized across manufacturers,

What do you need to know about precision laser machining?

Mark Dustrude/Portfolio Manager Medical Laser Technologies/TE Connectivity – Interventional Medical Laser machining for minimally invasive devices calls for the most demanding of design and engineering solutions. Minimally invasive devices are synonymous with low profile sizes, often a fraction of a human hair in width; tight tolerance specifications, down to +/- 0.0005 in. ( ±0.0127mm) and

TE Connectivity’s new two position positive lock housings for RF series relays

TE Connectivity introduces two-position housings for use with our Positive Lock Mark I receptacle terminals and our SCHRACK RF series relays. These housings provide insulation, allow the user to make two connections to the relay in one easy step, improve ergonomics, and it can accommodate low insertion force, high retention force Positive Lock receptacles. RF

TE Connectivity launches fine aluminum magnet wire splice

TE Connectivity (TE) launches a splice for fine aluminum (Al) magnet wire accommodating wires of 0.14 to 0.32 mm. This new splice addresses the needs of a growing number of motor and solenoid manufacturers who are switching to fine ( less than 0.32 mm) Al magnet wires to reduce product cost and weight. This new

Newark element14 showcases TE Connectivity’s product solutions for transportation

Newark element14 has partnered with TE Connectivity (TE) to feature unique high-voltage components for transportation applications in its storefront, including products focused on rail system operations, for a range of climate and environmental conditions. These high-voltage components are equipped to help meet the evolving needs of public transportation in growing cities. The products are commonly

New make first, break last Power Triple Lock connectors

TE Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity, now offers a connector with make first, break last (MFBL) functionality as part of its Power Triple Lock connector product line. The new MFBL connector’s application-specific grounding design permits the ground connection to be established before power connections are made, and maintains the connection until the power

CommScope completes acquisition of TE Connectivity’s Telecom

CommScope Holding Company, has completed its previously announced acquisition of TE Connectivity’s Telecom, Enterprise and Wireless businesses, a leader in fiber optic connectivity for wireline and wireless networks. The all-cash transaction, valued at approximately $3 billion, strengthens CommScope’s position as a leading communications infrastructure provider with deeper resources to meet the world’s growing demand for network