We cordially invite you to visit us on our booth at AHR EXPO 2017 in Las Vegas, where we will have displays of our new low pressure sensor packages and die products for the medical, industrial and automotive markets.
Some of our new product releases include:
We invite you to take advantage of the displays that will be presented at our booth. Please be sure to stop by. We are looking forward to welcome you at our booth # N10438.
Regional Sales Director-Americas
Silicon Microstructures, Inc.
1701 McCarthy Blvd.
Milpitas, CA 95035, USA
Direct: +1 408.473.9716
Cell: +1 408.655.7888
SMI Extends its AccuStableTM Product Portfolio to Lower Pressures
With two new product series, pressure ranges from 0.3 to 30 psi are now available
Milpitas, California, September 9, 2016 - SMI (Silicon Microstructures, Inc.), a subsidiary of Elmos, has launched the SM5221 and SM6221 fully digital, low pressure MEMS sensor series as part of the SM5000 and SM6000 families. Covering pressure ranges from 0.3 to 2.0 psi (21 to 140 cmH2O), the sensors have a better than 1% initial accuracy and less than 1% total output shift over life (1% shift over 1000hr HTOL). The AccuStable™ brand thus guarantees they are among the most stable low-pressure sensors available. Only products that have an extraordinary accuracy with a long-time stability are allowed to have this high quality label. Combining the two new series with the SM1221 and SM4221 series released earlier this year, SMI’s AccuStable™ system solutions cover pressure ranges from 0.3 to 30 psi.
The SMX221 series offer gauge, differential and asymmetric calibration, 14-bit digital I2C output and 1% total accuracy. Combining the pressure sensor with a signal-conditioning ASIC in a single package simplifies the user experience. The pressure sensor can be mounted directly on a standard printed circuit board and a high level, calibrated pressure signal can be acquired from the digital interface. This eliminates the need for additional circuitry, such as a compensation network or microcontroller containing a custom correction algorithm. These products come in a JEDEC standard SOIC-16 package and are shipped in sticks or tape & reel.
SMI’s pressure sensor families are developed with special focus on the following markets: Medical (e.g. Medical Instrumentation and Equipment for Medical Treatment), Industrial (e.g. Industrial Automation and Controls), Consumer (e.g. Home Appliances and White Goods), Aerospace (e.g. Cabin Pressure and Cockpit Instrumentation) and HVAC.
The digital-output pressure sensors were developed and are being manufactured in a state-of-the-art pressure transducer and CMOS facility. They produce digital, fully signal conditioned and multi-order pressure sensor output. Temperature compensation is from -20° to +85°C. Compensated pressure ranges are fully customizable from 0.3 to 30 psi, and can be gauge, differential or custom pressure ranges. The digital interface uses I2C protocol, and both vertical and horizontal porting options are available.
SMI is a member of the worldwide Elmos Semiconductor Group, offering proven solutions to a range of industries, based on application-specific ICs, sensors and complete microsystems. SMI is an ISO/TS16949:2009 certified premier developer and manufacturer of MEMS-based pressure sensors for a broad range of markets, with over 25 years of experience. SMI’s design, production and quality control processes have enabled it to develop both the most sensitive and smallest MEMS pressure sensors available on the market today.
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SMI Launches Catheter Mountable Pressure Sensor
SMI launches new SM1120 catheter mountable pressure sensor for the 1-French catheter market. With an industry-leading in vivo stability, design engineers will appreciate the high level of performance, miniature size, and quality.
Milpitas, California (PRWEB) March 26, 2015 – SMI (Silicon Microstructures, Inc.), a global MEMS pressure sensor company, today announced it has launched the SM1120 MEMS based ultra-miniature pressure sensor designed especially for the 1-French catheter market. The microsensor profile at only 220um x 75um provides ample space for 1-French catheter designs, enabling maneuverability to reach challenging locations. With industry leading in vivo drift performance of 2 mmHg per hour, the SM1120 provides a broad operating pressure range from 0 to 1,100 mmHg absolute. Pad options include gold, platinum and solder bumped for design and manufacturing flexibility.
At the heart of the SM1120 is the MEMS pressure transducer with SMI’s novel and proprietary silicon technology platform. With SMI’s technology, the user can attain the highest level of accuracy as demanded of the stringent medical industry. Design engineers will appreciate the design flexibility and repeatability of the SM1120. Samples are readily available for design-in and user evaluation.
“The SM1120 provides manufacturing flexibility by providing various wirebond pad options.”
“We are very excited to introduce the new SM1120 ultra-miniature pressure sensor for the 1-French catheter market,” notes Omar Abed, CEO at SMI. “We believe the incredibly small form factor, high accuracy, and world class stability of this sensor will enable medical customers to measure pressure in localized areas and to achieve more precise diagnosis.”
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SMI Launches MEMS Ultra-Low Pressure Sensor
Milpitas, California (PRWEB) August 13, 2015 – SMI (Silicon Microstructures, Inc.) introduces the SM9543-005M-D-C-3-S MEMS pressure sensor designed especially for the ultra-low pressure market. The 14-Bit resolution and 1.5% accuracy provide the user high performance while the 0.2% full-scale offset stability per year provides the reliability and long-term reliability for critical care products. Available in low pressure ranges of +/- 5 mbar (+/- 0.07 PSI). The SM9543 stands to revolutionize the next generation of ultra-low pressure products with an I2C digital interface coupled with the highest accuracy and stability in the industry.
At the heart of the SM9543 is the MEMS pressure transducer with SMI’s novel and proprietary silicon technology platform. With SMI’s technology, the user can attain the highest level of accuracy with long-term high performance as demanded of the stringent medical industry. Mating with the MEMS pressure sensor is a state-of-the-art signal-conditioning IC providing full pressure calibration and temperature compensation with a user-friendly I2C digital interface. The pressure sensor housing is based on standard surface mount technology standards and features a JEDEC compliant SOIC-16 footprint for straight-forward PCB design and assembly. Design engineers will appreciate the design flexibility and repeatability of the SM9543. Fully qualified and in production, the SM9543 is ready for design-in and user qualification.
· VAV Controllers
· CPAP, Sleep Apnea
· Exhaust Hoods
· Life Sciences
· Compensated Temperature Range: -5oC to +65oC
· Accuracy: ±1.5% FS
· I2C Digital Interface
· Stable Offset Voltage
· 14-bit Resolution
· Voltage Supply: 3.3 Volts
· Complies with RoHS and REACH requirements
The new SM9543 pressure sensor features a digital output and our new proprietary ultra-low pressure die, which translates into higher resolution, better response time, and ease of interface with your application. The SM9543 also allows SMI to custom calibrate and compensate the sensors to adapt the sensor to unique customer applications.
“We are very excited to debut the SM9541 Series to the Medical and Industrial markets. Our new MEMS sensor technology is the culmination of our low pressure expertise and we expect it will impress designer engineers,” said David Kertes, Vice-President of Sales at SMI.
SMI is an ISO/TS16949:2009 certified premier developer and manufacturer of MEMS-based pressure sensors for a broad range of markets, with over 24 years of experience and expertise in low pressure and harsh environment pressure sensors that meet today’s stringent requirements for medical, automotive and industrial applications. SMI’s design, production and quality control processes have enabled it to develop both the most sensitive and smallest MEMS pressure sensors available on the market today.
SMI is a member of the worldwide Elmos Semiconductor Group, offering proven solutions to a range of industries, based on application-specific ICs, sensors and complete microsystems.