By UltraSource, Inc.
Today’s complex thin film components increasingly require more physical layers and features. A few years ago the typical thin film component may only have required two or three layers. Now, common designs require up to six layers and sophisticated designs need up to ten layers. The key to reducing the time to market and avoiding errors is for customers designing thin film components and circuits to be diligent in generating CAD designs that follow industry standards and generally accepted good practices.
This datasheet includes mechanical drawings of Corry Micronics’ high-voltage filtered medical connectors, as well as information on their specifications. These connectors can withstand 3,000 VDC Hi-Pot Breakdown for defibrillation monitoring and medical diagnostic equipment.