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  • Mood barometer Representatives of the microtechnology industry are not currently assuming that the industry will suffer in the long term from the consequences of the corona pandemic. 63% do not currently expect any long-term effects that will have a lasting impact on microtechnology for several months or even years. This was the result of a lightning survey by the Ivam Association for Microtechnology on March 19, 2020, which was carried out among the members based in Germany.
  • With the new OLED microdisplay series ECX335S from Sony Semiconductor Solutions, Framos offers a solution that is suitable for the rapidly growing market for augmented reality (AR) devices due to its properties in terms of brightness, contrast, resolution and wide viewing angle. They are used in e.g. B. Head Mounted Displays (HMD), electronic viewfinders (VF) and as small monitors.
  • Hannover Messe Hall 5, Stand E04 The drive unit for a special vacuum application in semiconductor production consists of an internally toothed stainless steel ball bearing with the dimensions 1230 x 1091 x 27,5 mm including mounting plate and drive pinion. Rodriguez supplies this module from a single source as part of its customer-specific system solutions, Value Added Products. Thanks to a two-layer clean room packaging, the drive unit meets the strict requirements of the semiconductor industry.
  • Renesas Electronic presents five new optocouplers with 8,2 mm creepage distance. They are the world's smallest insulation modules for industrial automation and solar inverters. With a housing width of 2,5 mm, the RV1S92xxA and RV1S22xxA reduce the PCB mounting area by 35% compared to products from other manufacturers. The new components help developers downsize, increase the number of robot axes and improve productivity in production.
  • The new generation "Y-RED" is a completely revised further development of the semiconductor test contactors. It expands the Yamaichi Electronics product portfolio. It combines high-quality technology, standardized elements and simple and user-friendly assembly.
  • Compamed Hall 8a, Stand M04 Analog Microelectronics presents a new bidirectional differential pressure sensor for the ultra-low pressure range and thus expands its digital board-level pressure sensor series AMS 5915 with I2C output. The AMS 5915-0002-DB enables the precise measurement of extremely low differential pressures in the range from -250 Pa (-2,5 mbar) negative pressure up to 250 Pa (2,5 mbar) positive pressure.
  • Laser World Hall A3, Booth 320 Jenoptik has expanded the "Jenar" F-Theta lens series for laser material processing with a lens for the UV range: The F-Theta full quartz lens for 355 nm applications, with a focal length of 56 mm and a scan field of 22 mm enables very small spot diameters down to 4,5 µm. It is specially designed for use in micro material processing and is suitable for applications with ultra-short pulses.
  • Sensor + Test Hall 1, Stand 324 At the Sensor + Test trade fair, Infineon is the first semiconductor manufacturer to launch a monolithically integrated linear Hall sensor that was developed entirely in accordance with the ISO26262 safety standard for automotive applications: The "Xensiv TLE4999I3" enables with only One component is the development of fault-tolerant systems that must meet the highest level of functional safety (ASIL D).
  • TDK Corporation extends the Micronas linear Hall effect sensor portfolio with the programmable HAL 1890. The new entry-level magnetic field sensor has a sent output.
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