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First Sensor AG is one of the world's leading suppliers in the field of sensor systems. Our company develops and manufactures both standardized and tailor-made sensor solutions for applications in the Industrial, Medical and Mobility growth markets. With over 800 employees, we are represented at six German locations and also have development, production and sales sites in the USA, Canada, China, the Netherlands, Great Britain, France, Sweden and Denmark along with a worldwide partner network. First Sensor develops and manufactures high-quality, customer-specific sensor solutions for the detection of light, radiation, pressure, flow, level and acceleration. The company produces in-house and along the value-added chain from component to system level. First Sensor AG is listed in the Prime Standard of the German stock exchange in Frankfurt. We guarantee our compliance through regular successful certifications of the sites according to ISO/TS 16949, ISO 14001, EN ISO 13485, EN 9100 and ISO 9001 - matching the respective business field.

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Type: ISO/TS 16949:2009
Type: ISO 13485:2003
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  • Sep 21 2017
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    Solution Services from First Sensor

    Date: September 21, 2017 12:00 AM

    First Sensor offers its customers a continuous process in order to realize their optimum sensor solution - from the initial idea to the finished product. Tailored Solutions means for us: we analyze the specific task of the customer, plan, develop and manage its entire sensor solution. This may consist of a standard sensor, a modification thereof or a custom development. First Sensor has many years of application and technology experience as a strategic partner in international development projects in industrial, medical and mobility markets. Our extensive range of application-optimized standard sensors meets the highest demands on accuracy, reliability, flexibility and serves as a platform to be able to quickly adapt our products to specific requirements. Due to our own development and production facilities we can shape the entire value added chain - from the chip up to final qualification. Core competencies of First Sensor are custom sensor developments, tailor-made modules and complex multi-chip systems. Using these individual solutions OEM customers achieve cost savings in device development as well as competitive advantages through short development cycles, innovative products and high quality. Our production facilities feature latest packaging technology and clean rooms from ISO class 8 to 5. We have the flexibility to adjust our production to the customers’ requirement – from rapid prototyping via medium sized quantities to order-based, cost efficient series production involving millions of units. First Sensor carries out its development, validation and qualification according to industry-specific quality management systems such as EN ISO 13485, ISO/TS 16949 or EN 9100. As a reliable partner we know the long approval and operating times of our customers and ensure long-term availability of our products. Further, we provide ideas for constant innovations. Our Tailored Solutions process in detail:
    • Idea
    • Requirements-oriented analysis
    • Wide-ranging product portfolio or individual product development
    • Production and quality assurance
    • Implementation
  • Dec 19 2016
    Other

    LMI Ultra-low differential pressure sensors with I²C bus and 3 V supply

    Date: December 19, 2016 12:00 AM

    First Sensor presents a new version of its proven ultra-low differential pressure sensors with 3 V supply and linearized I²C bus output. The low profile, manifold-mountable LMI series sensors with measuring ranges from 25 Pa (0.1 inH2O) Full Scale are based on thermal micro-flow measurement within the silicon sensor chip. Due to their excellent sensitivity, accuracy, offset long term stability and long service life, LMI sensors are ideal for differential pressure gas flow measurement in bypass configuration. For battery powered applications the sensor features a low-power mode with minimal standby current. The innovative micro-flow technology from First Sensor decreases the flow through the sensor by several orders of magnitude compared to other flow-based pressure sensors. Due to the extreme miniaturization of the flow channel the LMI series ensures superior immunity to both dust-laden and humid air. Additionally, there is no need to recalibrate or correct the sensor output signal when using long connecting tubes and input filters. Further, the semiconductor chip technology enables extremely low production tolerances and cost-effective mass production. Key features of the LMI differential pressure sensors:
    • 3 V supply and a linearized I²C bus output
    • Micro-flow channel integrated within the silicon sensor chip
    • Superior immunity to both dust-laden and humid air
    • Low profile, manifold-mountable
    Due to their very high immunity to both dust-laden and humid air, LMI manifold-mountable pressure sensors from First Sensor achieve superior sensor lifetimes and expanded service intervals in HVAC and medical device applications. Therefore, the sensors are ideal for ultra-low differential pressure measurements e.g. in VAV controls, filter monitoring, burner controls, respiratory devices, anesthetic devices, CPAP machines, spirometers and oxygen concentrators. Further product information can be found here.
  • Oct 17 2016
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    Optical sensors from First Sensor lift off

    Date: October 17, 2016 12:00 AM

    In June, the DLR (German Aerospace Center) launched their satellite BIROS into space, the second from their FireBIRD mission. Both FireBIRD small satellites were developed under the direction of the DLR Institute for Optical Sensor Systems in Berlin. They are equipped with highly sensitive hotspot sensor systems for early fire detection from space. Key CCD and electronic components for this mission were developed, produced and delivered already more than 10 years ago as part of the MARS 96 and later Mars Express mission by First Sensor Lewicki GmbH, a 100 % subsidiary of the German sensor specialist First Sensor AG. BIROS can specifically target its highly sensitive sensors to smaller regions on the globe, delivering infrared images of unprecedented resolution. This may be the first time even hot chimneys and a few square meters large fires can be detected from space. Thus, fires can be discovered and fought against even in remote areas and already long before their large-scale propagation. "The devastating fires in the Canadian province of Alberta provided a sad proof of the usefulness of early fire detection from space. We are proud to be able to contribute to the FireBIRD Mission of the DLR with our expertise and our highly sensitive optical sensors", said Walter Nadig, Sales Manager of First Sensor Lewicki GmbH. FireBIRD is a non-commercial tandem mission of the DLR with two highly specialized small satellites with a size of only 60 x 60 x 80 cm and a weight of 120 to 140 kg. In mid-June 2013, TET-1, the first of the FireBIRD satellites was successfully launched into space from the Russian spaceport Baikonur. In June 2016, BIROS, the second satellite for earth observation was now put into its orbit at a height of approximately 500 km by the Indish launch provider ISRO-ANTRIX. Aboard TET-1 and BIROS are highly sensitive sensors with which hot areas (hot spots) can be detected and localized with unprecedented resolution.
  • Jun 10 2016
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    Series 9.5 APDs with enhanced NIR sensitivity up to 950 nm

    Date: June 10, 2016 12:00 AM

    The new Series 9.5 avalanche photodiodes from First Sensor feature an increased sensitivity in the near infrared (NIR) wavelength range up to 950 nm. Due to its fast rise time and very low dark current the photodiodes are ideal for applications with low light intensities and high modulation frequencies such as laser rangefinding and laser scanning. The slow increase of the amplification with the applied reverse bias voltage of the Series 9.5 allows for easy and precise adjustments of high gain factors. The Series 9.5 APDs from First Sensor provide an excellent quantum efficiency of > 80 % in the 730 ... 930 nm range and have the option of equipping different band-pass filters. The very flat leadless ceramic-carrier SMD package is suitable for reflow soldering in industrial PCB assembly. Other housing options and designs are available upon request. Thanks to its own semiconductor manufacturing facility and extensive development capabilities First Sensor can adapt all optical sensors to customer specific requirements with respect to sensitivity, gain, speed or capacitance. Important features of the Series 9.5 avalanche photodiodes:
    • Enhanced NIR sensitivity up to 950 nm
    • Fast rise time and very low dark current
    • Flat gain curve
    • Leadless ceramic-carrier SMD package
    Typical applications of the new Series 9.5 avalanche photodiodes with enhanced NIR sensitivity include safety scanners, 3D-mapping, environmental monitoring, high resolution LIDAR systems for autonomous driving as well as high speed photometry and fiber optical communication. Further product information can be found here.
  • Jun 10 2016
    Other

    Modular Area View Kit allows OEMs fast setup of test systems

    Date: June 10, 2016 12:00 AM

    First Sensor presents a modular Area View Kit (AVK) for the setup of 360° all-round view systems for applications in special vehicles and machines. The Area View Kit allows solution providers, integrators and OEMs to quickly and easily build up, develop, and test a demo system. Therefore, it accelerates the development process and minimizes technology risks. The kit consists of four digital HDR-CMOS cameras with a range of accessories for mounting on the vehicle or on a metal plate for desktop applications. The AVK software stitches the images of the individual cameras together to form a virtual overall picture and allows the programming of arbitrary viewing angles and zoom functions. The Area View Kit delivers real-time images not only from a bird's eye view, but from any angle in a 360° all-round view. The driver or operator virtually looks from the outside on his machine and recognizes obstacles and distances to objects. This increases both the reliability and productivity through faster maneuvering and avoidance of accidents and interruptions. The robust, high-performance CMOS cameras of the Area View Kit feature a very wide dynamic range >100 dB for difficult lighting conditions and withstand the harshest environmental conditions such as cold, heat and permanent vibrations. The platform-independent, flexible AVK software can be easily integrated in various operating and image processing systems and adapted to customer requirements. The kit provides an OpenGL ES application programming interface and minimizes CPU load through the predominant use of the graphics processor. On request, the development engineers at First Sensor support OEMs in the adaption, development and expansion of the Area View Kit in the specific customer application. Important features of the Area View Kit (AVK):
    • Fast and easy buildup of 360° all-round view systems
    • Consists of four HDR-CMOS cameras, software and accessories
    • Arbitrary viewing angles and zoom functions
    • OpenGL ES application programming interface
    The Area View Kit is ideal for solution providers, integrators and OEMs to develop 360° area view systems for motor vehicles, commercial vehicles, special vehicles, as well as agricultural, construction and mining machines. Further product information can be found here.
  • Apr 14 2016
    Other

    Blue Eagle

    Date: April 14, 2016 12:00 AM

    Rugged digital HDR-CMOS cameras for automotive and mobile OEM applications

    First Sensor presents the new digital Blue Eagle camera line with a very light sensitive HDR-CMOS image sensor and excellent thermal and mechanical stability for use in automotive and mobile OEM applications. With its high dynamic range >100 dB the megapixel cameras are ideal for high brightness differences and low light conditions. The cameras offer a wide range of digital data interfaces such as 2-wire-Ethernet (BroadR-Reach), APIX2, Quiet-wire-Ethernet (MICREL, MARVELL), LVDS and MOST150 for easy and flexible integration into automotive on-board networks and driver assistance systems. Further, the cameras can be powered via Power over Ethernet (PoE), Power over APIX (PoA) or Power over Coax (PoC) in addition to standard DC power supply.

    First Sensor’s megapixel cameras of the Blue Eagle line feature a wide operating temperature range from -40 to +95 °C and low power consumption. The cameras offer a very high resistance against harsh environmental conditions like mechanical shocks and vibrations. Additionally, the housings are protected against ingress of water and dust according to IP68/IP6k9k. Due to their modular design the Blue Eagle digital cameras can be easily customized to fit individual application requirements. All of First Sensor’s cameras are subject to the quality management standard for the automotive industry ISO/TS 16949.

    Important features of the new Blue Eagle digital camera line:
    • CMOS image sensor with high dynamic range >100 dB
    • Wide range of digital data interfaces
    • Operating temperature -40 to +95 °C
    • Quality management standard ISO/TS 16949
    Typical applications of First Sensor’s rugged digital HDR-CMOS Blue Eagle cameras include front view, rear view and blind spot detection for cars, heavy trucks, forklifts, agricultural equipment and mining machines.

  • Apr 14 2016
    Other

    SiPMs

    Date: April 14, 2016 12:00 AM

    Solid-state silicon photomultipliers offer performance and application advantages

    First Sensor extends its range of optical sensors with innovative solid-state silicon photomultipliers (SiPMs) for the detection of ultra-low light levels down to single photons. Compared to conventional photomultiplier tubes, SiPMs offer significant advantages such as low operating voltage, excellent temperature stability, immunity to magnetic fields and a much smaller size for easy system integration. The detectors are optimized for near ultraviolet (Series SiPM-NUV) or red, green and blue (Series SiPM-RGB) light detection with peak sensitivities at 420 nm or 550 nm.

    The silicon photomultipliers consist of a matrix of multiple avalanche photodiode (APD) micro-cells operated above their breakdown voltage (Geiger mode). NUV- and RGB-SiPMs from First Sensor feature extremely low temperature coefficients of the breakdown voltage and gain, which allows for highly accurate and stable measurements. Enhanced materials and semiconductor technology enable low-noise devices with reduced dark count rate, crosstalk and very low afterpulsing probability typ. <4 %. The precision SiPM detectors are designed to achieve very high gain (>106) and high photon detection efficiencies. The edgeless SiPM dies ensure high cell fill-factors and maximized active areas in array arrangements. The Chip-Scale-Package (CSP) provides a cost-effective and RoHS compliant solution suitable for reflow soldering. For custom specific applications First Sensor develops and manufactures arrays, modules and complete systems for OEM customers worldwide.

    Important features of the SiPM-NUV and SiPM-RGB silicon photomultipliers:
    • Ultra-low light detection down to single photons
    • Low operating voltage
    • High gain and low noise
    • Immunity to magnetic fields

    Typical applications of silicon photomultipliers from First Sensor include high energy physics, medical diagnostics, nuclear medicine, homeland security and analytical instruments. Due to the immunity to external magnetic fields, SiPM detctors are ideal for medical imaging applications such as combined tomography systems using magnetic resonance tomography (MRT) and positron emission tomography (PET) or single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT).

    Further product information can be found here.


  • Apr 14 2016
    Other

    LME Manifold mountable ultra-low differential pressure sensors

    Date: April 14, 2016 12:00 AM

    First Sensor presents a new miniature manifold mountable version of its ultra-low differential pressure sensors with measuring ranges from 25 to 500 Pa (0.1 to 2 inH2O) Full Scale. The low profile sensors of the LME series feature a total height of only 9 mm including pressure ports and allow for flexible direct manifold assemblies. Further, the devices are highly versatile to fit to custom adaptors for application-specific mounting requirements e.g. in the HVAC industry.

    The micro-flow-based LME differential pressure sensors use an innovative First Sensor MEMS technology which integrates the flow channel including the sensing elements within the silicon sensor chip. Due to this extreme miniaturization, the flow through the LME sensor is decreased by several orders of magnitude compared to other flow-based pressure sensors. As a result, the LME ensures superior immunity to dust contamination and condensation. Additionally, there is no need to recalibrate or correct the sensor output signal when using long connecting tubes and input filters. The LME differential pressure sensors achieve a very high sensitivity and accuracy, as well as excellent offset long term stability better than 0.1 Pa/year. The surface-mount devices offer a digital SPI bus interface and an analog output at the same time.

    Key features of the LME differential pressure sensors:
    - Low profile, total height of only 9 mm including pressure ports
    - Highly versatile to fit to application-specific mounting adaptors and manifolds
    - Micro-flow channel integrated within the silicon sensor chip
    - Superior immunity to dust contamination and condensation

    Due to their very high immunity to dust-laden or humid air the LME manifold mountable pressure sensors from First Sensor achieve superior sensor lifetimes and expanded service intervals in HVAC and medical device applications. Therefore, the sensors are ideal for ultra-low differential pressure measurements e.g. in VAV controls, filter monitoring, burner controls, respiratory devices, anesthetic devices, CPAP machines, spirometers and oxygen concentrators.

    Further product information: www.first-sensor.com/lme


  • Nov 20 2015
    Other

    New digital ultra-low pressure sensors from 25 Pa offer very high offset stability and accuracy

    Date: November 20, 2015 12:00 AM

    First Sensor presents the new Sensortechnics LDE ultra-low pressure sensors with ranges from 25 Pa (0.25 mbar) full scale. The digital sensors use a special compensation technology to achieve excellent offset stabilities better than 0.1 %. These flow-based differential pressure sensors include a microcontroller for precision digital signal conditioning and accomplish very high accuracies. A digital SPI bus and analogue output is available at the same time. 
     
    The LDE sensors for air and gases are based on a very sensitive thermal mass flow measuring principle and provide high-resolution signals. The innovative Sensortechnics technology integrates the flow channel including the sensing elements within the silicon sensor chip. Due to this extreme miniaturisation on chip level the gas flow through the LDE sensor is decreased by several magnitudes compared to conventional flow-based pressure sensors. The sensors are therefore highly immune against dust contamination and humidity and allow the use of long connecting tubes and input filters without losing their calibrated accuracy. Further, complex housing constructions are not required thus providing small and cost-effective devices for space saving PCB mounting. 
     
    The digital LDE sensors are ideally suited for highly accurate and long term stable ultra-low pressure measurement in many medical, HVAC and instrumentation OEM device applications. 
     
    Important features of the new LDE series: 
    • Ultra-low pressure ranges from 25 Pa (0.25 mbar) full scale
    • Very high offset stability and accuracy
    • Digital SPI bus and analogue output at the same time
    • High immunity against dust contamination and humidity

  • Sep 23 2015
    Other

    Development services

    Date: September 23, 2015 12:00 AM

    Custom sensors and complex systems allow for competitive advantages for OEM device manufacturers

    First Sensor specializes in the development and manufacture of custom sensors, electronics, modules and complex systems. As a solution provider the company offers complete development services from a first draft and proof of concept up to the development of prototypes and finally serial production. Custom sensors and complex systems from First Sensor allow OEM device manufacturers to shorten their design cycle, save development costs and achieve competitive advantages as well as fast innovations to the market.

    First Sensor offers comprehensive development expertise, state-of-the-art packaging technologies and production capacities in clean rooms from ISO class 8 to 5. From thick-film technology to the processing of bare dice and mounting of active or passive electronic components up to the encapsulation and sealing in hermetic housings all modular technology steps will be optimized to enable a cost efficient production process. Further, First Sensor performs custom and application specific calibrations as well as test procedures such as design margin testing, screening and qualification according to industrial standards. The company has many years of application experience from development projects in the medical, industrial, aerospace and automotive market. From custom specific development up to serial production all processes at First Sensor are subject to different quality management systems certified according to e.g. EN ISO 13485 (medical device standard), ISO/TS 16949 (automotive industry) or EN 9100 (aerospace standard).

    Custom sensors and complex systems from First Sensor are successfully used e.g. in medical ventilators, camera systems, computed tomography systems, driver assistance systems, LIDAR systems, baggage scanners and space probes.

    First Sensor is the right partner for OEM device manufacturers when their own development and production capacities are not sufficient, cost and technology risks should be limited or they decide to concentrate on their core tasks.

  • Sep 23 2015
    Other

    XYO

    Date: September 23, 2015 12:00 AM

    Optical oxygen sensors offer long lifetime and high stability

    First Sensor presents the new fluorescence-based optical oxygen sensors of the XYO series. The highly accurate sensors measure ambient oxygen partial pressure (ppO2) from 0…300 mbar. With an optional integrated pressure sensor the XYO devices can convert the ppO2 reading to an oxygen concentration (%O2). Due to the non-depleting sensing principle the optical XYO series provides a much longer lifetime compared to electrochemical oxygen sensors. Further, the fully compensated sensors are highly stable in respect to temperature or barometric pressure changes.

    First Sensor’s XYO optical oxygen sensors feature low power consumption and are ideal for battery powered applications in portable or handheld devices. The sensors connect directly to a microcontroller via a RS232 interface without the need of any additional signal conditioning circuitry. The maintenance-free and cost-effective devices are RoHS compliant and show virtually no cross-sensitivity to other gases. The small plastic housing allows for space-saving PCB-mounting.

    Important features of the XYO oxygen sensors:
    • Non-depleting optical technology (fluorescence quenching)
    • Oxygen partial pressure (ppO2) measurement from 0…300 mbar
    • Optional oxygen concentration measurement (%O2)
    • Long-life and low power consumption
    Typical applications of the new fluorescence-based XYO oxygen sensor include respirators, high altitude training, confined space monitoring, fire prevention, oxygen analyzers, laboratory equipment and agriculture.

  • Sep 23 2015
    Other

    X7 photodiodes

    Date: September 23, 2015 12:00 AM

    Ultra-flat chip-scale package photodiodes for scanner systems

    First Sensor presents the new X7 PIN photodiodes for the detection of ionizing radiation in container and baggage scanner OEM applications. The photodiodes are optimized for scintillator luminescence detection in the visible wavelength range.

    The X7 photodiodes feature an ultra-flat chip-scale package (CSP) with a footprint nearly the same size as the actual semiconductor die. The chip is mounted on the carrier with its active area and electrical contacts facing down, using the latest flip-chip technology. Therefore, the chip is illuminated from the backside. This enables an ultra-flat photodiode surface without fragile bond wires, which is ideal for the precision mounting of a scintillation crystal. By means of solder bumps and surface mount technology (SMT), multiple X7 photodiode elements can be assembled to create larger linear or matrix arrays with very high fitting accuracy. First Sensor develops and manufactures custom specific arrays, sensors and complete systems for OEM customers worldwide.

    Important features of the new X7 photodiodes:
    • Optimized for scintillator luminescence
    • Ultra-flat chip-scale package (CSP)
    • Photodiode surface without bond wires for scintillator mounting
    • Accurately fitting linear or matrix array assemblies
    Typical applications of the X7 photodiodes include contact-free and non-destructive inspection and security systems such as container scanners, cargo scanners and baggage scanners.
  • Sep 23 2015
    Other

    Inertial sensors

    Date: September 23, 2015 12:00 AM

    Precision inertial MEMS sensors offer ultra-high resolution

    First Sensor presents a new technology platform to fabricate high precision MEMS inertial sensors for the detection of inclination, acceleration and vibration. The capacitive sensors are based on single crystal silicon and utilize the latest micromachining technology. The devices achieve large signal-to-noise ratios and excellent stability over temperature which allows them to detect smallest changes in acceleration or inclination. Due to high aspect ratio microstructures (HARMS) the sensors feature ultra-low cross axis sensitivities. Further, the patented highly flexible AIM (Air gap Insulated Microstructures) technology minimizes parasitic capacitances.

    Important features of the new inertial sensor platform:
    • Latest MEMS micromachining technology (HARMS, AIM)
    • Large signal-to-noise ratios
    • Excellent stability over temperature
    • Highly customizable to fit individual application requirements
    First Sensor new high precision inclinometers and accelerometers can be used in industry, aviation as well as building and medical technology. Typical applications include geoengineering, condition monitoring, inertial navigation systems as well as robotics, alignment and leveling.
  • Sep 23 2015
    Other

    Series 8r

    Date: September 23, 2015 12:00 AM

    Avalanche photodiodes offer high sensitivities for red and green light

    First Sensor presents the Series 8r silicon avalanche photodiodes (APDs) with high sensitivities in the red and green wavelength range. The APDs feature a flat gain curve where the internal amplification rises slowly with the applied reverse bias voltage. Therefore, the Series 8r allows for easy and accurate adjustments of high gain factors. The photodiodes are ideal for applications which demand fast rise times and low capacitance.

    The Series 8r provides APD chips with active areas of different sizes. The devices are available in leadless ceramic-carrier SMD packages or hermetically sealed TO housings. The very flat SMD packages can be equipped with different band-pass filters on request. Further, First Sensor offers custom avalanche photodiodes which can be adapted to specific customer requirements with respect to sensitivity, gain, speed or capacitance.

    Important features of the Series 8r APDs:
    • High sensitivity for red and green light
    • Flat gain curve
    • Fast rise time and low capacitance
    • SMD package or hermetically sealed TO housing
    Typical applications of First Sensor’s Series 8r avalanche photodiodes for red and green light include laser distance meters (LDM), laser rangefinders (LRF), high speed photometry as well as fiber optical communication.




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