Today’s complex medical devices require durable cables and reliable connections that can withstand rough handling, repeated connecting and disconnecting, pulling and stretching, abrasion and vibrations. These assemblies also often have special features that differentiate them from cable assemblies for other applications.

Connectors are a critical component of medical electronic equipment, and providing reliable connections is crucial for accurate monitoring and evaluation of a patient’s condition. To meet these conditions, medical diagnostic and imaging equipment, X-ray and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) equipment, and other patient monitoring equipment must be built to meet exacting medical industry standards.

At Cambus, we take the design of medical equipment connectors seriously. Cambus has been designing, testing, and manufacturing custom connectors and cable assemblies for the medical industry since 1997. Custom medical products are our primary focus, and our largest market segment.

As a leading designer and manufacturer of medical cable connectors and assemblies, we understand the complexity of medical devices, and work together with our clients to custom design cable assemblies for any medical application. We closely evaluate the conditions under which the assemblies will be used, and choose ideal wire gauge, insulation material, connector material, and construction design for optimal performance.

We produce our own high-precision molds in-house, so the time from research and development to mass production is very quick. Our plastic injection machines are capable of producing micro-sized to large connectors.

Cambus connectors and assemblies meet or exceeds the rigorous industry standards set by medical organizations. Cambus is ISO9001:2015 and ISO13485:2016 certified.

Our products are sold worldwide, and we have sales representatives in the USA and Germany. We welcome you to contact us to learn more, and we look forward to working with you to custom design the best connectors for all your medical applications.