Farnell reflects growth potential for instrumentation and medical with new products and design support

Farnell medical supportFarnell, the leading multi-channel, high service distributor supporting millions of engineers and purchasing professionals globally has enhanced its range of products and online technical resources relating to instrumentation and medical applications. The addition of 1,000 new products and added focus recognises the rapidly growing importance of this market sector and the need to support design engineers in developing industry-leading solutions.

The new product introductions include FPGAs, DSPs, high performance analogue and displays from leading suppliers such as Texas Instruments, Maxim and Freescale.

Instrumentation and medical provides the focus for the latest issue of Farnell’s Technology First Journal that contains a range of informative and interesting articles on the subject. This is supported by access to the new products via the Technology First online guide: ‘Instrumentation & Medical Electronics’ located on the Farnell website. The guide contains comprehensive information to support design work including technical datasheets, manufacturer’s guidance notes, technical articles and web casts.

The rapid growth in the instrumentation and medical electronics market is being driven by a demographic shift that is seeing a massive rise in the average age of the global population. This is stimulating demand for advanced medical electronics equipment that simplifies, speeds, and reduces the cost of healthcare.

Commenting on the focus and new product introductions, Jamie Furness, Technology Development Manager, Farnell said: “Technological capabilities are converging with huge demographic changes to create significant growth opportunities for medical electronics. At Farnell we are reflecting this situation by offering more leading-edge products and supporting them with technical information and insight to help the engineering community incorporate them into their latest product designs.”

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