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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Yuan Ze Fuel Cell Center, Yuan Ze University, Taoyuan, Taiwan





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Abstract This investigation aimed to fabricate a flexible micro resistive temperature sensor to measure the junction temperature of a light emitting diode LED. The junction temperature is typically measured using a thermal resistance measurement approach. This approach is limited in that no standard regulates the timing of data capture. This work presents a micro temperature sensor that can measure temperature stably and continuously, and has the advantages of being lightweight and able to monitor junction temperatures in real time. Micro-electro-mechanical-systems MEMS technologies are employed to minimize the size of a temperature sensor that is constructed on a stainless steel foil substrate SS-304 with 30 μm thickness. A flexible micro resistive temperature sensor can be fixed between the LED chip and the frame. The junction temperature of the LED can be measured from the linear relationship between the temperature and the resistance. The sensitivity of the micro temperature sensor is 0.059 ± 0.004 Ω-°C. The temperature of the commercial CREE® EZ1000 chip is 119.97 °C when it is thermally stable, as measured using the micro temperature sensor; however, it was 126.9 °C, when measured by thermal resistance measurement. The micro temperature sensor can be used to replace thermal resistance measurement and performs reliably. View Full-Text

Keywords: LED; junction temperature; MEMS; flexible micro temperature sensor LED; junction temperature; MEMS; flexible micro temperature sensor





Autor: Chi-Yuan Lee * , Ay Su, Yin-Chieh Liu, Wei-Yuan Fan and Wei-Jung Hsieh

Fuente: http://mdpi.com/



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