FTDI chips play a critical role in modern medical devices, contributing to enhanced functionality, accuracy and efficiency. They are integral components in imaging devices, diagnostic equipment and monitoring systems, allowing for advancements in medical technology and improved patient care.

  • Auto Biochemistry Analyser

These analyzers use microfluidic chips for handling and processing biological samples. Additionally, FTDI chips are employed for data analysis, calibration and result reporting, improving the efficiency of biochemical analysis.


  • Defibrillator

Automated external defibrillators (AEDs) use microprocessors for analyzing the patient’s heart rhythm, determining the need for defibrillation and delivering controlled electrical shocks. These chips contribute to the device’s speed and accuracy in emergency situations and FTDI can provide a USB interface for the defibrillator.


  • Medical Monitor

Medical monitors, such as patient monitors and vital signs monitors can incorporate FTDI chips for data processing, display control and communication. These chips ensure accurate and real-time monitoring of patients.


  • Medical X-ray Machine

Medical X-ray machines use digital imaging sensors and semiconductor detectors to convert X-rays into electrical signals. FTDI chips in these detectors help capture and process the images digitally, improving diagnostic capabilities.


  • Microscope

Digital microscopes can incorporate FTDI devices for image capture, processing, and display. They enable features like digital imaging, image analysis and documentation.


  • Pulse Oximeter

Pulse oximeters use chips for signal processing to measure oxygen saturation and pulse rate. These chips process the signals from the optical sensors and provide accurate readings and FTDI chips can provide a USB bridge.


  • Ultrasound Device

FTDI devices can interface with Microprocessors and digital signal processing (DSP) chips are used for image processing and control in ultrasound machines. These chips enhance image quality, provide real-time analysis and support various imaging modes.


  • Weight Scales

Digital weight scales can use FTDI chips to process weight measurements and display the results. Advanced scales may also include features like body composition analysis, which involve additional sensor chips.