Connected Healthcare

Analog Devices technology and design solutions are helping shape the future of healthcare diagnostics, clinical monitoring equipment and health and wellness device designs.

Connected Healthcare - IoT

With our solutions, engineers can design a wearable health monitoring device such as a fitness band, sports watch or pedometer by using ADI’s optical, impedance, bio-potential and motion sensor technologies and signal conditioning expertise. Or engineers can choose the highly integrated ADuCM350 precision, low power meter-on-a-chip development platform that combines a 16-bit accurate analog front end (AFE), Cortex M3 processing subsystem, and industry-standard software development environment, plus operates off a coin cell battery. All ADI solutions connect seamlessly to the cloud where customers can use the information from ADI’s high performance measurements to gain insights and perform further analytics.

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  • ADUCM360:  Low power precision analog microcontroller, ARM cortex M3 with dual sigma-delta ADCs

  • AD8232:  Single-Lead Heart Rate Monitor Analog Front End

  • ADAS1000:  Low Power, 5-Electrode Electrocardiogram (ECG) Analog Front End with respiration measurement and pace detection)

  • ADAS1000-1: Low Power 5 electrode ECG Analog Front End

  • ADAS1000-2: Low Power 5 electrode ECG Analog Front End Companion Chip

  • ADAS1000-3: Low Power, 3-Electrode Electrocardiogram (ECG) Analog Front End

  • ADXL377: 3-Axis High g Analog MEMS Accelerometer

  • ADXL362: Micropower, 3-Axis, ±2 g/±4 g/±8 g Digital Output MEMS Accelerometer

  • ADT7320: ±0.25°C Accurate, 16-Bit Digital SPI Temperature Sensor


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