Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) can be found in many everyday products. The tiny components can be found in the form of sensors and actuators in various electronic devices.
The field of consumer electronics is booming and MEMS sensors that make electronic devices interactive and user-friendly have become utterly indispensible. Nowadays, a smartphone contains up to up to 20 chips that stabilize photos, help to determine the location, measure height, air pressure and acceleration, among many other things. They detect whether a device is being held horizontally or vertically, a function that is essential for the use of each and every touch panel.
When it comes to mini loudspeakers, DELO's electronic adhesive range has been convincing manufacturers for years! We all expect our mobile devices to show excellent sound quality. Electronic glue enables the membranes to not just stay put but vibrate. MEMS packaging standards are high and a trend toward further miniaturization is clearly evident. Design and layout improvements enable the tiny sensors to continue to shrink and make smaller and smaller devices possible. An example: Mini speakers will soon be replaced by MEMS speakers that have even smaller dimensions as well as an improved quality of sound.
Highly innovative products require suitable adhesives. DELO adhesives are certainly a match for rapid developments in the field of MEMS packaging, since they are characterized by a one-of-a-kind combination of flexibility and high bonding strength, are easy to handle, and enable the development of smaller and smaller microelectromechanical systems.
Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) are found in many everyday products. These tiny components are used in many fields of applications. In particular, mobile phones and automotive applications contain numerous MEMS elements.
Every cell phone is expected to deliver good acoustic quality. Even the most basic phones meanwhile produce good audio quality and are suitable for listening to music. The highest-end cell phones are equipped with up to three mini-loudspeakers.
The touch display is a “sandwich” of many active layers that needs to be efficiently assembled.