As the healthcare industry rapidly evolves, your ability to design smart, connected and secure IoT-enabled medical devices is critical. As an experienced medical supplier, We can help you meet these design requirements quickly. We’ve helped medical companies design and manufacture clinical, wearable, implantable and life-critical medical devices for many years. Not only do we have a comprehensive product portfolio, but we lower design barriers with our easy-to-use tools, software and design files. We can also significantly lighten your regulatory burden by providing product with an unmatched history of long product lifecycles to remove the risk of forced redesigns and recertifications, along with our world-class global support and our relentless commitment to quality.
Give your next Internet of Things (IoT) medical device design a head start by using the design files from one of our many medical demo designs as a foundation to build your own product. Pairing these demo design files with one of our IoT development boards provides you with a complete roadmap and testing ground to get your device up and running in no time. Here are a few examples:
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As medical remote patient monitoring becomes more important, the need for wearable ECG capability has become critical. Microchip’s 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.
High-end wearable activity trackers can take step count, temperature, light and other movement and environment measurements. They are not only being used for fitness applications but are becoming an essential part of medical device design. Microchip’s Ultra Low-Power or ULP Connected, Wearable Activity Monitor Demonstration Board can be used as the starting point for the design of medical home monitoring, patient tracking and drug delivery compliance devices.
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Microchip’s wearable Bluetooth Low Energy pedometer reference design demo helps designers 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. http://www.microchip.com/medical
Microchip's Connected Thermometer Board demonstrates the implementation of a Bluetooth®-connected digital thermometer using Microchip's PIC16F1519 MCU and 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 Microchip's fully qualified RN42 Bluetooth2.1 + EDR Module. This demo design can also be easily implemented using any of Microchip's Bluetooth Low Energy or Wi-Fi® connectivity modules. http://www.microchip.com/medical
Microchip’s Connected Weight Scale Demonstration Board shows the implementation of a Bluetooth®-connected weight scale using Microchip’s PIC16F1783 MCU and the 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 Microchip’s fully qualified RN42 Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR module. This demo design can also be easily implemented using any of Microchip’s Bluetooth Low Energy or Wi-Fi® connectivity modules. http://www.microchip.com/medical
Microchip’s pulse oximeter reference design demo board helps designers develop a low-cost, low power handheld or wearable pulse oximeter with user interface which is capable of measuring both heart rate and blood oxygen level. It can be used to start development of a hospital or clinical pulse oximeter design, but it can also be used as a starting point for the development of a wearable activity tracker design that can measure heart rate and blood oxygen level. http://www.microchip.com/medical
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Get an overview of some of Microchip's solutions for designing the latest medical devices.
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Whether healthcare is administered in the hospital, clinic or in the home; safe automated syringe pumps and auto injectors have become a critical part of drug delivery. Microchip's Functional Safety Syringe Pump/Auto Injector demo is a great example of the implementation of a medical, safety-critical application. This demonstration highlights the use of Microchip's Class B Functional Safety Software Libraries and our IEC-62304 compliant Functional Safety Compilers. The demo itself not only shows how to design the motor control and sensor interface for an automatic syringe pump or auto injector device, it also demonstrates how to implement connected, patient compliance functions in a drug delivery system.