Medical electronic products have enabled trained technicians, physicians, and biotechnologists to not only improve life expectancies, but also provide important data for ground breaking research and analysis. Manufacturers are tasked with developing the most efficient product while facing a growing number of transitions including; a push towards more sophisticated technology; the production of smaller, more compact products; changes in design ergonomics; a rise in combination products; and increased regulatory rules.
Circuit Check ensures that quality medical devices are produced quickly and cost-effectively, while managing necessary information data tracking.
Example medical device electronic sub-assemblies in which Circuit Check provides test solutions:
- Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) ventilation
- Magnetic resonance
- Implanted devices
- Patient monitoring equipment
- Medical-grade components
CCI 1050 Medical Device Test Station
Learn more about the CCI 1050 Medical Device Test Station based upon the proven Circuit Check 1000 Series Configurable ATE Platform.
A customer in the medical device market needed to ensure that their Contract Manufacturer (CM) would produce product with the required quality to ensure the customers Good Manufacturing Process (GMP) would be maintained. The customer had a concern that the cost of regulatory maintenance would increase substantially if quality could not be maintained, as well as the potential brand value issues that could be affected.
Circuit Check worked with the customer and the contract manufacturer to define the test process, the outcomes, and the project timelines. Circuit Check utilized its QLM software product to deliver the information to the customer all the way through the production process at the CM. The net result was an increase in quality, efficiency and reduction in costs. The gains for the contract manufacturer included lower cost of test systems, greater throughput and less bottlenecks.
ICT and Functional Test Fixtures
Circuit Check is the leader in test fixture design and fabrication. Circuit Check's experienced engineers will design an electro-mechanical solution to interface between your product and your test instruments.