Customized Sensor and Connectivity Solutions Key to Helping Transform Patient Care

Düsseldorf, Germany –TE Connectivity will be showcasing its broad range of products and capabilities at COMPAMED trade event for suppliers of medical technology. The event takes place November 16-19 in conjunction with MEDICA, one of the world's largest medical trade fairs. TE's exhibit is located in Hall 8b, Booth E20.

TE will showcase a broad range of products, including sensors, fine wire cable assemblies, catheters and guide wires, laser processing, extrusions and tubing, medical balloons, and testing capabilities. Experts will be onsite to discuss and demonstrate the company's latest innovations for interventional, surgical, imaging, patient monitoring and diagnostic applications.

"We have a strong history of driving innovation to advance the medical device industry," said Brian Cunkelman, vice president and general manager, TE Medical. "This unique forum is ideal as our engineers work closely with device manufacturers to provide custom solutions and transform patient care."

"Electronic systems in medical equipment, devices and probes rely on sensor signals as a basis for control activities, accurate diagnosis and treatment," added Armin Wellhoefer, TE's global leader for medical sensors. "We offer a wide range of sensor types, including temperature, piezo film, force and pressure. Our sensors are used for the diagnosis or treatment of many pathologies including heart disease and diabetes."

TE Sensor Solutions designs and manufactures sensors to exacting specifications, with ISO 13485 certification and FDA registration for various products. TE engineers provide full support of application-specific, standard and custom requirements, from product concept through manufacturing.

For more information on TE's connectivity and sensor solutions for the medical industry and presence at the event, visit


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