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Smart wearable device 

The types of smart clothing and wearable devices can be roughly divided into general wearable and sticker styles. The architecture can range from signal acquisition and analysis to complete back-end cloud services, with applications ranging from simple sports records to mobile medical analysis.Mainly through the application of various sensors, relevant sensing data are collected, such as physiological information sensing and motion sensing.

At present, common wearable devices use physiological sensing such as heart rate, body temperature, blood oxygen, and step counting. Motion perception can infer complex human actions and behaviors by combining inertial sensing with physiological sensing, optical sensing, and environmental sensors.Smart clothing and wearable devices need to fit and coordinate with human movements, so they must be highly resistant to bending or highly elastic wires.

Stretchability & Washability

In addition to the high resistance to bending, the lead wires of Maeden have been developed to meet the needs of the market development of smart clothing, and have developed a special lead wire with a stretchability of about 40%, the resistance value remains unchanged, and it can also be washed with water.

​Conductor specifications can also be designed according to your outer diameter and resistance value requirements.

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Very Fine Outer Diameter & Low Electrical Resistance

Generally speaking, conductors with smaller outer diameters usually have higher resistance values, and the professional technical team of Maedencan improve the requirements in this regard. According to the different needs of customers, we provide conductors with smaller outer diameter, lighter weight and lower impedance than general wires. ​​Front electric can also design special wires with special specifications according to your outer diameter and resistance value requirements.


High Flex Resistance

The flex life of the lead wire is about 50 times higher than that of the general wire. The ultra-thin tinsel on the wire and the overall structure design of the wire can reduce and disperse the bending force during bending, and reduce the accumulation of metal fatigue at a single point. At the same time, the fibers in the wire will also provide high tensile strength and strength dispersion. Therefore, compared with ordinary traditional wires, tinsel wires are less likely to break due to metal fatigue or insufficient tensile strength.

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