20 February 2017 MEMS scanner with 2D tilt, piston, and focus motion
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Proceedings Volume 10116, MOEMS and Miniaturized Systems XVI; 1011604 (2017) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2250540
Event: SPIE OPTO, 2017, San Francisco, California, United States
Abstract
A MEMS scanner with a high level of motion freedom has been developed. It includes a 2D mechanical tilting capability of +/- 15°, a piston motion of 50μm and a focus/defocus control system of a 2mm diameter mirror. The tilt and piston motion is achieved with an electromagnetic actuation (moving magnet) and the focus control with a deformation of the reflective surface with pneumatic actuation. This required the fabrication of at least one channel on the compliant membrane and a closed cavity below the mirror surface and connected to an external pressure regulator (vacuum to several bars). The fabrication relies on 3 SOI wafers, 2 for forming the compliant membranes and the integrated channel, and 1 to form the cavity mirror. All wafers were then assembled by fusion bonding. Pneumatic actuation for focus control can be achieved from front or back side; function of packaging concept. A reflective coating can be added at the mirror surface depending of the application. The tilt and piston actuation is achieved by electromagnetic actuation for which a magnet is fixed on the moving part of the MEMS device. Finally the MEMS device is mounted on a ceramic PCB, containing the actuation micro-coils. Concept, fabrication, and testing of the devices will be presented. A case study for application in an endoscope with an integrated high power laser and a MEMS steering mechanism will be presented.
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S. Lani, S. Lani, D. Bayat, D. Bayat, Y. Petremand, Y. Petremand, Y.-J. Regamey, Y.-J. Regamey, E. Onillon, E. Onillon, J. Pierer, J. Pierer, S. Grossmann, S. Grossmann, } "MEMS scanner with 2D tilt, piston, and focus motion", Proc. SPIE 10116, MOEMS and Miniaturized Systems XVI, 1011604 (20 February 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2250540; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2250540
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