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NEW Development! L-Tek FF1705 – a development platform
for the MultiConnect® xDot™

L-Tek FF1705

Conveniently integrated with a DAPLink programming and debug interface, and complete with Arduino compatible headers, this platform can be used to prototype applications using a wide range of IO boards and peripherals supported by mbed in the mbed Component library.

You may read more about it here..

Or purchase L-Tek FF1705 here.

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L-Tek impoved battery efficiency of IoT embedded platform – FF1502

L-Tek FF1502

L-Tek FF1502 high-tech platform architecture enables rapid modification and re-design possibilities which can be implemented by adding custom modules, sensors, actuators and power supply interfaces! L-Tek FF1502 has already integrated scalability and seamless bridging characteristics, as well as many integrated sensors to measure temperature, humidity, ambient light, 3-axis magnet fields, acceleration and rotation.

Should you be interested in more information on the power consumption of a L-Tek FF1502, read the white paper.

You may read more information here.

Or purchase L-Tek FF1502 here.

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Launch of a new arm KEIL ULINKplus

New arm KEIL ULINKplus product developed in cooperation with L-Tek.

For some years, L-Tek has been cooperating successfully with arm KEIL in the development of ULINK family products. We would like to announce the launch of a new ULINKplus product which enables software optimization for ultra-low power applications, test automation and isolation for high-speed debug and trace of sensitive hardware systems. Please, review the development results of the latest ULINKplus at:

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L-Tek among the recipients of Puh recognition

nagrajenci Puhovega priznanja

The research and development group for a major achievement in the field of mobile-health is composed of experts from the Jozef Stefan Institute, SAVING and L-TEK.

Puh award recognises major achievements in medical equipment.

Dr Roman Trobec, Associate Professor, Dr Viktor Avbelj, Dr Matjaž Depolli, Dr Aleksandra Rashkovska Koceva, Tomaž Krištofelc, technician, Klemen Bregar, Dipl Ing, Dr Gregor Kosec, Associate Professor, Dr Uroš Stanič, Dr Ivan Tomašič, Boštjan Barbiš, Dipl Ing, and Marino Marinko Samardžija, Dipl Ing

The group produced a miniature device for recording the electrocardiogram SAVVY ECG, which enables for heart rate to be recorded unobtrusively during daily activities over several days, thus enabling the detection and investigation of heart rhythm disturbances over long periods, which had previously not been possible. An innovative ECG meter has been launched in the global market in the form of a medically proven product. Simple and safe handling, as well as affordable price also allow for personal use at home, which is a novelty on the global scale. Having been introduced into the range of widespread medical applications, the system will significantly contribute to more efficient and accessible healthcare for users.

Overall, the achievement is an exceptional example of a successful knowledge chain that has been realized in production and has proven that the field of biomedicine offers many opportunities for the implementation of advanced medical devices and services.