We have been supplying low-power RF products used in life-sustaining medical devices for several decades. Our development and manufacturing flows meet the rigid quality standards demanded by the medical device industry. Our ASIC technology was first deployed in cardiac pacemakers in 1976, and since then we have kept abreast of the changing requirements and stringent quality regulations instituted by medical device manufacturers and regulatory bodies. We are the premier supplier of RF technology used in control and monitoring of implanted medical devices produced by Tier 1 medical device companies.
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Our wearable Bluetooth Low Energy pedometer reference design demo helps you develop a low-cost, low-power, wearable pedometer with both an on-board LED display as well as Bluetooth Low Energy capability to connect to smartphones and tablets. This demo board can be used as a basic wearable step count activity tracker design, but it can also be used as a development platform for the design of more advanced activity tracker functions such as distance traveled or calories burned. Also, additional biometric measurement capability can be added using other Microchip medical reference demo designs.
As medical remote patient monitoring becomes more important, the need for wearable ECG capability has become critical. Our Connected, Wearable ECG Demonstration Board can be used in the design of advanced fitness tracking devices and can also be designed into medical wearable remote patient monitoring and diagnostic systems.
Our Connected Weight Scale Demonstration Board shows the implementation of a Bluetooth®-connected weight scale using a PIC16F1783 MCU and an RN42 Bluetooth module. The PIC16F1783 MCU is an eXtreme Low Power (XLP), cost-effective 8-bit microcontroller with an integrated capacitive touch sensing module, 12-bit ADC and operational amplifiers. Connectivity is demonstrated on this board by the use of our fully qualified RN42 Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR module. This demo design can also be easily implemented using any of our Bluetooth Low Energy or Wi-Fi® connectivity modules.
Our Connected Thermometer Board demonstrates the implementation of a Bluetooth®-connected digital thermometer using a PIC16F1519 MCU and an RN42 Bluetooth Module. The PIC16F1519 MCU is an eXtreme Low Power (XLP), cost-effective 8-bit microcontroller with an integrated capacitive touch sensing module. Connectivity is demonstrated on this board by the use of our fully qualified RN42 Bluetooth2.1 + EDR Module. This demo design can also be easily implemented using any of our Bluetooth Low Energy or Wi-Fi® connectivity modules.