MIRRORS FEATURE OVERVIEW
|Mirrrors Family||Magnetic||Electrostatic||Dual Axes||Size [mm]||Tilt angle [°]||Resonance Frequency [Hz]||Package|
|MM2536-2||X||-||X||2.5x3.6||Max= ±5||X= 390 / Y= 240||-|
|MM160110-2||X||-||X||16.0 x 11.0||Max= ±1.5||X= 350 / Y= 200||-|
|TM10||-||X||X||∅1.0||X= ±3.5 / Y= ±3.5||X= 700 / Y= 700||TO46|
|TM2520||-||X||X||2.5x2.0||X= ±4.5 / Y= ±2.5||X= 170 / Y= 360||TO5|
Sercalo produces MEMS Mirrors based on different technologies:
- Electrostatic driven MEMS mirrors are used in applications where a high pointing stability is required. The electrostatic drive has better DC performance and is the solution of choice for advanced fiber optic light processing such as in MEMS variable optical attenuators, fiber optic switches and tunable optical filters. Mirror diameters range from 0.8 mm up to 2.5 x 2.0 mm.
- The Magnetic MEMS micro-mirrors offer larger diameters and are best suited in applications requiring DC pointing together with dynamic scanning. Magnetic 1D and 2D micro-mirrors have a linear current angle response.
Sercalo's engineering team designs, manufactures and tests each component, assuring in this way the high quality and reliability that characterize all Sercalo products.