Resin materials for ADAS camera enclosures and room mirror brackets SG105・SG115
Performance requirements for resin materials used to form camera enclosures and room mirror brackets
The materials used to make camera components must offer high dimensional accuracy with minimal variation in component dimensions and dimensional stability across a range of operating environments. For enclosures, it is particularly important to choose materials that are attractive in appearance.
Meanwhile, room mirror brackets are no longer simply mounting points for mirrors, as was true in the past; instead, these components have begun to acquire various new types of sensing capability. This, in turn, imposes new requirements on the materials from which these components are made: materials must be heat-resistant, to ensure they can withstand the heat generated by sensing components, and must offer high rigidity to support increased weight. The resin materials used here must be attractive in appearance—as they will be used for interior components—and must offer high rigidity for vibration suppression and minimal variation in component dimensions or material properties upon water absorption.
■LEONA™ SG105/SG115 resin materials reduce variations in component dimensions and material properties due to water absorption and offer excellent strength and rigidity together with an attractive appearance.
Asahi Kasei’s LEONA™ SG105 and SG115 polyamide resins are alloy grades that blend semi-aromatic polyamide 6I with polyamide 66.
These materials feature reduced variation in component dimensions and material properties due to water absorption, and offer high relative strength, high rigidity, attractive appearance, and excellent fluidity.