Heart failure – one of the most feared medical incidents. If the heart fails, then so does everything else. The same is true of your application’s power supply. If it fails, then the entire system is affected – with catastrophic consequences for medical technology.
That is why a reliable power supply partner is essential. We want to live up to that expectation. Since the invention of the first plug-in power supply unit in 1971, our customers have relied on our expertise – and we have manufactured far over a billion power supply units. Almost half a century’s experience, and our German engineering skill, guarantee your application’s power supply – and with it the patient’s safety.
FRIWO’s medical power supply solutions are designed for the most challenging conditions. Whether the aim is to survive falls during tumultuous emergency treatment thanks to patented potting technology, to protect the patient with minimum leakage current of ≤10μA, or to secure the power supply with redundant systems and battery-operated backup solutions: FRIWO develops and manufactures reliable power supply units.
We thereby keep our focus on user safety and develop innovative concepts that make day-to-day medical life easier. For example, in the area of inductive charging technology – we already offer contactless energy solutions with power transmission of up to 150 W and simultaneous transmission of data. The use of inductive charging technology allows the development of medical devices with completely sealed housings – a huge advantage in sterile working environments!
FRIWO takes possible future changes to norms and increasing efficiency requirements into account in development and manufacturing, to ensure the seamless long-term marketing of your products. And FRIWO is a reliable partner for advice about legal requirements, such as the Medical Device Regulation (MDR). On request, we can use materials that ensure a high level of biocompatibility in our medical power supply units.
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What electronics suppliers need to know now about the UKCA rollout, what deadlines apply during the transition and how the new marking scheme can be implemented effectively.Request Whitepaper
The UKCA marking is coming! By January 1, 2023 at the latest, manufacturers of technical products and medical devices must equip their products with the new marking. Request the free checklist now and learn everything you need to know about UKCA labeling and how to implement it efficiently!Request Checklist
What should companies consider when choosing their power supply in the medical environment? Which leakage currents and voltage strengths are decisive? And what standards must be complied with in order to maintain approval in the market? Read more in the free checklist.Download now
The official application of the Medical Device Regulation was postponed by one year due to the Corona Pandemic. Manufacturers of medical devices thus gain further valuable time to prepare for the implementation of the demanding directive. But what do companies need to know specifically about the inconspicuous power supply of their application in order to keep their approval on the market since 26.05.2021? And what should medical device manufacturers generally pay attention to when choosing their power supply? FRIWO, as an expert in medical power supply, will be happy to provide you with advice and support.
In our free whitepaper, we explain the requirements of the new Medical Device Regulation, which came into force on May 26, 2021. You can find out here which documentation and labeling requirements must now be met and how to keep your approval on the market.Download now
The Medical Device Regulation briefly and concisely compiled as a checklist for you so that you can quickly gain an overview.Download now
What changes to the product labeling for power supplies? Is the marking agreed with the manufacturers and is the UDI normative? You will find all answers to your questions in our free FAQ. Download now!Download now
Certification according to ISO 13485, in particular, represents an additional quality commitment for medical technology, because the standard defines the regulatory requirements for comprehensive management systems at medical product manufacturers. As an internationally recognized norm, the standard includes guidelines for construction and development, production, installation, maintenance, and operation. This certification sets tough standards for exact compliance in every process step. There is a particular focus on risk management, as well as complete and consistent documentation; not only to minimize risk, but also to ensure optimum traceability of products and components.
Effective protection of electronics from peak loads
Essential energy – solution with <10 µA leakage for use on the heart
Watertight and shock resistant – our patented potting technology protects sensitive electronics
System solutions consisting of batteries and chargers for maximum security of supply
Assisted mobilization thanks to an IEC 62133 certified battery packs
Complete security of supply with the smallest possible design
Convenient handling in sterile environments, thanks to inductive charging technology
Reliable supply of challenging peak loads of up to 8 kW
Robust housing concepts with IPx protection for challenging environments
Interruption-free monitoring with redundant power supply systems
Compact, globally compatible power supply units you can take anywhere