Warning of problems for medical equipment in EU's lead-free era
This article was originally published in Clinica
High-value medical equipment is one product area that could be hit badly by the EU's proposed ban on the use of lead in electronic equipment. That is the opinion of the UK-based Component Obsolescence Group, which provides an industry-wide forum for the discussion of obsolescence issues as they affect the industry.
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