When it comes to human treatment, proven and reliable connectors are essential. We are a preferred supplier of high-end interconnection to the medical industry, and have many years of experience in designing and producing cable assemblies.
We can provide any cable, coil cord or assembly you need to ensure the optimum performance of your medical device – total control over the development, from beginning to end, and supported by test facilities to provide you with proven performance and reliability.
- High-end circular push-pull connectors
- Reusable or disposable connectors
- Resistance to sterilization methods and chemicals
- Moisture proofing
- Overmolded advanced sensors
- EMI suppression
- Customized design and cable assembly
- Customizes testing and registration
- Material traceability, batch control and registration
Working closely together with our customers, we can reduce the design risk, and meet the requirement first time.
Let our experienced engineering team help you find the right technology solution that will exceed your specific application requirements.
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RODAN Technologies is happy to announce that we have received the AAA gold diploma from Bisnode for creditworthiness excellence of business.
Published: June 9, 2022
Smaller, more contacts, higher speeds: the high-density, miniature Fischer MiniMax™ Series is growing
Published: March 3, 2022
It is with a great pleasure that we can welcome Tanya Schalck to the RODAN family.
Published: January 27, 2022
It is with a great pleasure that we can welcome our new QA / QC Engineer, Steen Rudberg Jørgensen
Published: November 30, 2021
This year RODAN Technologies will continue its contribution to cracking cancer.
Published: October 22, 2021