Ohmcraft / Micropen

Ohmcraft - Micropen

ohmcraft-logo Established in 1982, Ohmcraft is the leader in high-performance resistor design and manufacturing. Ohmcraft's expertise in high-voltage resistors (over 40KV) and high-value resistors (over 4 tera-ohms) enables designers to meet and exceed even the most challenging product specifications. Ohmcraft's proprietary Micropen® precision printing technology produces superior resistors ideally suited for today's demanding applications such as defibrillators, diagnostic imaging, mass spectrometry and critical sensing. Their proprietary Micropen® technology produces superior technical performance in surface-mount, leaded, and network resistors. These resistors also provide industry-leading performance in precision, TCR and TCR tracking, VCR and VCR tracking, low noise, stability, and pulse-withstanding capability. The ultra high voltage chip resistor introduction will enable leaps in functionality and performance for tomorrow's handheld, wearable products and portable devices. Ohmcraft is a division of Micropen Technologies, a leader in innovative flowable-material applications. Surface-Mount and Leaded Resistors are Ohmcraft's specialty. Both versions are designed for all package sizes, with industry-leading reliability and stability. Custom applications are always welcome, and can be discussed with their experienced design team. A world leader in high performance resistor design and manufacturing, Ohmcraft is able to provide the innovators of today and tomorrow with unique application solutions. Ohmcraft aspires to compel our partners worldwide to dream bigger and design better by inspiring global innovation.

Micropen Technologies Corporation, often referred to simply as Micropen, is a company that specializes in advanced microelectronic and microfabrication technologies. Based in Haverhill, Massachusetts, USA, Micropen is known for its expertise in manufacturing microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), flexible circuits, and precision components.

Micropen Technologies:

  • Microfluidics: Micropen is involved in the development of microfluidic devices used for tasks such as fluid control, chemical analysis, and lab-on-a-chip applications.
  • MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems): The company manufactures MEMS devices, which integrate mechanical elements, sensors, actuators, and electronics on a single microchip. MEMS find applications in sensors, accelerometers, gyroscopes, and more.
  • Flexible Circuits: Micropen produces flexible and stretchable electronic circuits and sensors that can conform to irregular shapes, making them suitable for wearable devices, medical applications, and flexible displays.
  • Precision Printing: Micropen specializes in precision printing techniques that enable the deposition of conductive inks, dielectrics, and functional materials with high accuracy. This technology is used in the creation of flexible circuits and sensors.