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MEMS Foundry Services

The Number 1 Independent Pure-Play MEMS Foundry in the World.

Teledyne DALSA is one of the world’s foremost pure-play MEMS foundries. We operate over 41,000 sq ft (3800m2) of clean rooms, 24/7, using both 150mm and 200mm wafers. Our comprehensive MEMS toolbox allows us to manufacture in high volume for a wide range of applications. Together with our sister foundry Teledyne Micralyne we offer decades of MEMS and microfabrication experience across a vas process portfolio. 

Across many device types, from micro-mirrors for telecommunication, gyro sensors for game controllers, microfluidic devices for miniaturized medical systems, automotive pressure and inertial sensors for automobiles or microphones for smartphones, Teledyne DALSA has delivered high volume MEMS production for innovations that reduce both size and power consumption even as they increase performance.

We are ISO/TS 16949 and ISO 14001 registered and RoHS compliant, well equipped and experienced to meet the demanding requirements of customers that serve all the main MEMS markets including consumer, automotive, industrial and biotech/medical. 

Teledyne offers an unmatched MEMS and microfabrication capability, from design to prototyping right through high volume 200 mm production. With state-of-the-art facilities, mastery of materials from silicon to specialty metals to non-conventional substrates, Teledyne DALSA and Teledyne Micralyne combine to collaborate with customers, offering decades of experience across a vast process portfolio.

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We live in a digital age – our personal computers and mobile devices have computing power undreamt of a few years ago, and analog audio, photography and television are things of the past. It’s easy to forget this digital technology is of limited use without the ability to sense what is happening in the real world out there.

As more and more digital electronics are packed into our phones, automobiles, and household appliances, they need more sensors and actuators. The silicon technology originally developed for integrated electronics is now increasingly being used to produce these sensors as MEMS devices.

Airbags Airbags
Game controllers Game controllers
Personal electronics Personal electronics
Optical networking Optical networking

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