From tablet and smartphone cases to wireless and wired headsets, in-car audio or Bluetooth systems, GPS units or "smart watches" ...every new portable electronic device represents a new set of challenges. How best to optimize both audio quality and device protection from particulates, liquids or pressure differentials? And how best to achieve all that in ever-smaller devices?
Gore is uniquely positioned to partner with manufacturers to solve those challenges. Gore expertise – in venting materials and acoustic engineering – provides custom venting solutions to OEMs worldwide. And Gore can provide fully-integrated support, from design engineering through production consultation…including testing and qualification for IP64, IP65, IP67 or IP68 standards.
Optimize Device Protection and Sound Quality with the Proven Performance of GORE® Vents
Acoustically-transparent performance with IP64 (dust and splash-level) and IP67 (immersion-level) protection.
- Noise-Cancelling Microphone
Rapidly equalize pressure to protect housing seals from premature failure.
New GORE® Pressure Vents product model PE13
The latest portable electronic devices are expected to go everywhere with us and withstand anything, as soon as they leave the assembly line… but what about while they are still on the assembly line?
There are several technical challenges during high-volume assembly of printed circuit boards that can jeopardize the integrity of MEMS microphones. Gore’s design and engineering teams have developed a unique solution – new GORE MEMS Protective Vents.
The new GORE® Pressure Vents product model PE13 vastly improves airflow while offering highly reliable particle contaminant and liquid immersion protection.
People are taking their devices everywhere and through all conditions, subjecting them to temperature changes, rapid altitude and pressure shifts, compression of sensitive touchscreens and even immersion in liquids. Over time, this can put stress on housing seals allowing water and contaminants to enter device, and create pressure build-ups in acoustic cavities causing transducer bias, compromising acoustic quality and eventually damaging the transducer.
FOR INDUSTRIAL USE ONLY
Not for use in food, drug, cosmetic or medical device manufacturing, processing, or packaging operations.