These high performance light elements are manufactured using the tried and tested MID LDS process (laser-direct-structuring) and can be employed in many different areas. It is worth mentioning that with this product it is the first time that the LDS process has also been successfully used in medical technology.

The development of a compact LDS-MID-based LED light element only took 6 months to the start of series production and offers users, including those in the medical technology field, considerable advantages compared to the previous solution (high pressure lamp).

LEDs are being used with increasing frequency in lighting technology and fulfil a wide range of tasks. More varied possibilities for outdoor lighting have ensued amongst other things in night time cityscape design. Buildings, squares and roads can be more individually illuminated and nuanced colour schemes are possible. Every city and every location can thus create its own atmosphere.

Further areas of application include vehicle lighting and the entire range of industrial electrical systems (e.g. switches, displays, control instruments). By perfectly combining MID and LED, the two technologies of the future, 2E can offer a custom-built solution for any possible application.

  • LED-diodes


    The use of MID technology enables lighting elements such as halogen lamps to be replaced by LED technology without the need for changes to the respective device. Advantages are a longer service life and increased luminosity.

  • MID Flow Sensor


    The miniaturised thermal flow sensor can be used both as a flow and differential-pressure sensor in direct operation or in the bypass. The basis of the SMD is a microtechnical silicon chip.

  • OLED


    In connection with the MID technology, the organic light diodes maintain their flat structure and can simultaneously be equipped with a housing and the required electronics and connection technology.

  • UNC-LED-diodes


    Their constant power source for uniform luminosity and standardised UNC thread enables them to be used, for example, for laryngoscopes.