Electronic devices and diagnostic tools for medical use must be engineered for exceptional precision, long life cycles, and reliable performance to ensure the safety and well-being of patients. Medical manufacturers meet these requirements by integrating high-quality PCBAs into their products.
Given the critical nature of the applications they support, medical PCB assemblies must meet extremely strict quality and cleanliness standards. Furthermore, with the current trend toward smaller and lighter medical devices, the PCB assembly process often involves tightly packing multiple connections onto a small surface to ensure that the completed assembly will fit within compact spaces.
Download our eBook, Key Considerations for Medical PCB Assembly, for an overview of the important considerations for designing and assembling these small yet dense layouts.