AIM to launch medical equipment RFID system interfere with the evaluation criteria
Automatic identification of global industry association AIM to launch 'medical electrical equipment & amp;
RFID reader system latest standards of electromagnetic immunity test.
This standard provides the professional guidance of implantable medical device testing, to determine whether or not they are radiation by the RFID system.
The standard for medical equipment manufacturers and end users evaluate the RFID system to guide medical equipment produced by radiation.
File specified in the testing process is according to the experimental results of several members of the AIM.
The test guide covers LF, HF and UHF RFID.
Active and passive RFID standards are within the scope of the guide.
According to the report, at the beginning of the 21st century, HCI members aware of the need for a RFID system and the role of non-invasive medical equipment between standards.
In 2011, the ISO organization issued the '20017' ISO/IECTR, provides the interaction between RFID and implantable medical devices.
However, this document does not provide any guidance of implantable medical device.
The AIM of the new standard provides the implantable medical device and the direction of test method.
The us food and drug administration center equipment and radioactive research center of the electrical engineer Seth Seidman said: 'the release of this standard is an important milestone.
The RFID system radiation medical devices to the assessment of demand is very big.
At present, the FDA is to assess the standard.
'Peter J, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering at the university of Tulsa.
Hawrylak comment said: 'the establishment of the standard cost for three years.
Standard set up team members have medical device testing, RFID system design and manufacturing experts, RFID systems integration experts and end users.
External medical equipment manufacturers, users and RFID equipment manufacturers will benefit from it.
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