Mechanical And Electrical Elements

Welcome To MEMS 2015

Learn all about this sophisticated and efficient technology which is used for many purposes.

Advantages And Challenges Of MEMS

Although MEMS is highly scalable, requires less power and provides great integration, it comes with
its own cons. It can be quite expensive in terms of research, costs and testing. We give
you all the detailed information about the various aspects involved.

Fabrication Techniques

We equip you with all the information about Bulk Micromachining, Surface Micromachining and LIGA.

On-Chip Integration

We help you by giving you a full, in-depth understanding of integrated circuits.

Phase Shifting

Learn how phase shifters work and how
they can shift the phase of a radio
frequency signal.

Devices Must Be Well Fabricated And Tested

Proper equipment testing is a total necessity.

MEMS Components

We inform you all about micro-sensors, micro-actuators, miniaturized structures, microlectronics and more.

Critical And Future Mechanical

Learn in detail about the integration of electronic and mechanical components in MEMS.

Electrical Innovations

Learn how MEMS technology is transforming
the way industries work.

Introduction to MEMS "Micro-Electro-Mechanical System"

MEMS has a rich history and a bright future. It is growing in demand more than ever.
Here is an introductory video for you to get started:

Suitable For Many Applications

MEMS products and applications are now appearing everything. They have a wide range of applications. We see its applications in the automotive industry, smart homes and more.

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MEMS and Its Four Types

MEMS and Its Four Types

Have you heard of MEMS? If not, we’re here to tell you!

MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical System) is a device that is invisible to the naked eye and is employed in almost every aspect of life, either directly or indirectly. By merging silicon-based microelectronics with micromachining technology, MEMS has been designated as one of the most promising technologies for the twenty-first century, potentially changing both industrial and consumer products. Its methods and microsystem-based gadgets have the potential to have a significant impact on all of our lives and how we live.

MEMS in everyday life

MEMS are already being used in a wide range of applications, including controlling and handling equipment, managing robots, vehicles, grippers, and so on. These sensors are used in modern inkjet printers, color projectors, and other electronic devices. MEMS technology creates various sensors, including pressure, temperature, vibration, and chemical sensors. Automobiles, helicopters, planes, drones, and ships use MEMS sensors like accelerometers, gyroscopes, and e-compass.

MEMS sensors

The four types of MEMS are given below:

MEMS accelerometers

MEMS accelerometers are used for Electronic Stability Control and Airbag deployment when linear motion, such as movement, shock, or vibration, must be measured without a stable reference. A micro-electromechanical system (MEMS) accelerometer is a device that measures acceleration and force. There are many different types of accelerometers in the market, and they can be classified based on the energy that it records.

The piezoelectric accelerometer is one of the most often used. These MEMS sensors have various uses, including gravity sensors, digital compass, GPS tracking, and smartphone applications. Variable capacitive and piezoresistive MEMS accelerometers are the two types. Variable capacitors are extremely sensitive, and piezoresistive devices are low-range devices used to measure acceleration.

MEMS gyroscopes

MEMS gyroscopes, also known as MEMS angular rate sensors, are small micro-electromechanical devices that use low-cost sensors to measure angular velocity, rotational motion, or displacement. The revolutions per second (RPS) or degrees per second units of angular momentum is used. It merely measures the rotational speed. Gyroscopes are mechanically spinning wheels or discs set on an axle that can freely assume directions. Vibratory Gyroscopes divides into three types: Vibrating Beam, Vibrating Disk, or Vibrating Shell. MEMS gyroscopes are utilized in various applications, including vehicle stability control, image stabilization, airbag systems, industrial robots, photography, automotive roll-over prevention, car navigation systems, and many others.

MEMS pressure sensors

MEMS pressure sensors

Pressure sensors are piezoresistive pressure sensing devices that have undergone MEMS processing. Pressure sensors can be used for various purposes; depending on the application.

MEMS pressure sensors are used in various applications, including defense, medical, industrial, beverage machines, washing machines, aerospace applications, industrial machinery, and automotive applications to monitor and measure external pressure. The sensor is integrated into the vehicle’s tires, either internally or externally, to measure and monitor tire pressure.

Pressure sensors are divided into five categories:

  • The sensor of absolute pressure
  • Sensor for vacuum pressure
  • A pressure sensor that is sealed
  • Pressure gauge sensor
  • Pressure differential sensor

MEMS magnetic field sensors

MEMS magnetic field sensors are systems that detect and measure magnetic fields on a small scale. Sensors detect changes in force, allowing for easy electrical measurement of voltage frequency. It can be placed close to the measurement site, resulting in increased spatial resolution. MEMS magnetic field sensors are used in industrial, consumer, and automotive applications to detect linear angle, speed, rotational speed, linear position, and position.