6 power management considerations for developing and scaling smaller, smarter micromedical devices

Efficient electrical power management systems drive continued innovation for medical grade devices from design engineering through end-of-life disposal or recycling. [Image courtesy of Intricon]

Supercharge every phase of micromedical device product development with these questions.

Mitch Johnson, Intricon

Some of the biggest considerations for designing, manufacturing and scaling today’s smaller, smarter medical innovations center on providing power to microelectronic systems.

From mechanical functionality to data operations and wireless communications, effective power management drives continued device innovation. Addressing five fundamental issues can help multidisciplinary teams bring new and next-generation medical devices to market on-time and on-budget.

1. Why: The use case

The obvious starting point is documenting the intended use. Why is a product being built and how will it be used? …

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