Development and industrial validation of TMR sensors fabrication process
The latest generation of sensors (TMR) has major advantages over previous (Hall and GMR), and there is a market with sustained growth for application of these sensors. However the lack of industrial production capacity prevents its adoption in large scale commercial applications, although it is possible to acquire them commercially those marketed generic sensors are not optimized for any particular application. There is a clear opportunity to capture this market, and provide the market a large-scale production solution TMR sensors optimized and custom-made for different applications.
With the main objective to meet this challenge, the MAGLINE project aims to optimize and demonstrate that viability adapting a process tested laboratory to industrial production using existing systems for advanced packaging processes and never previously tested, optimized or specified for the TMR sensor processing. In this context the consortium develops a pilot line to be tested in a real environment, by manufacturing the wafer level sensors with appropriate properties to both applications in the automobile sector (angle sensor and digital angle sensor) and three industrial electronics applications (Charger batteries, traction rectifier and electric vehicle charger) and built various types of samplers, which will be tested by the consortium partners, in order to validate the viability of the process.
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Type of action
SI – Projetos em Copromoção
Grant Agreement Id
POCI – PROGRAMA OPERACIONAL COMPETITIVIDADE E INTERNACIONALIZAÇÃO