1997-02-24

Wire Bonding with Corrosion Resistant Wire for Under-the-Hood Automotive Applications 971009

Wire bonding has become one of the primary methods of interconnection for automotive-electronic units. This includes: ignition modules, pressure sensors, voltage regulators, anti-lock braking modules, air-bag systems, distributoriess ignition modules, etc. As the technologies in the automotive field increases, both the wire bonders and the wire have to keep pace. One of the improvements over the past few years was the development of corrosion resistant wire used for automotive-electronic applications. Corrosion resistant wire is unique in that there are some essential dopants in the wire that prevent the wire from physical damage.

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