Electronic Products & Technology

Printed electronics circuit delivers up to 20W/mk conductivity

EP&T Magazine   


Caledon Controls Thermally conductive dielectric ink provides up to 20w/mk with a silver resistance of .004. High-performance, low resistance conductive Nano silver inks include thermally conductive adhesive epoxy. High-resolution LPI dielectric inks provide options of thermal and non-thermal formulas. Accompanying photo illustrates 60X close-up of an etched circuit on firms thermal ink.



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