Application of a hand-held clinical thermometer, Cost Accounting

In an application of a hand-held clinical thermometer for the National Health Service it is required to use disposable temperature sensors and digital read out of temperature between 30ºC and 40ºC with 0.1º resolution. It is estimated that 500,000 units will be needed over the first year with a total estimated volume of 5,000,000 over the life of the product estimated at 5 years. Unit cost of the IC is to be £1.10 each, maximum. Put together a costed case for the best ASIC solution in your view for submission to Project Management. Costs and technical/other arguments for/against are required for all possible ASIC options.

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