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2003-05-08 Silver epoxy adhesive suits microelectronics apps
Tra-Con Singapore's Tra-Duct 2958 snap cure, conductive silver epoxy adhesive is designed for use in microelectronics systems.
2006-04-05 Process for depositing silver epoxy delivers higher throughput
DEK announced that it has successfully developed processes for depositing silver epoxy and B-stage adhesives for die attach apps, delivering higher throughput and repeatability.
2003-06-26 Tra-Con epoxy suits heat-sensitive components
Tra-Con Inc. has released its tra-duct 2907 that is an electrically conducting silver-filled medium viscosity epoxy compound suitable for electronic bonding and sealing apps.
2004-04-27 Tra-Con epoxy adhesive with low viscosity
Tra-Con's TRA-DUCT 921M01 epoxy adhesive is designed for apps which require electrical conductivity and a long pot life at a relatively low heat cure
2012-07-26 Techniques, procedures for die bonding
Here's a look at various techniques for die bonding, a process of connecting die to the package for communication to the outside world.
2008-02-12 Washable mini switches guarantee long mechanical life
NKK Switches has introduced the M2T and M2B series of washable switches with an electrical life rating of 25,000 operations minimum for silver contacts
2003-12-22 Salecom rocker switch lasts 30,000 cycles
Made from glass-filled nylon 6/6 or 4/6, flame retardant heat stabilized (UL94V-0) case and bushing, the ES40-R sub-miniature rocker switch from Salecom Electronics Co. Ltd features an ABS or nylon, black standard, internal o-ring seal standard actuator, brass or steel tin plated switch support, copper alloy, silver or gold plated contacts and terminals, and epoxy terminal seal.
2014-02-05 Adhesive film boasts extreme temperature capabilities
Rogers' COOLSPAN thermally and electrically conductive, thermosetting, silver filled adhesive film is used to bond circuit boards to heavy metal backplanes, heat sink coins and RF module housings
2013-11-11 Researchers develop cost-efficient inkjet-based circuits
A Georgia Tech team created a novel method to rapidly and cheaply make electrical circuits by printing them with commodity inkjet printers and off-the-shelf materials.
2012-07-05 FT-CAPs ideal for harsh environment apps
New dielectrics from Kemet offer capacitance stability up to 150C.
2006-07-11 BridgeLux touts 1.524mm 'bulb buster' LED chips
BridgeLux has nicknamed its 1.524mm LED chip "the bulb buster" since it has features that challenge traditional lighting solutions in general purpose illumination.
2012-10-24 Advances in wireless bonding LED technology
Know how this LED technology provides greater brightness, superior heat dissipation and enhanced durability, while maintaining small footprints.
2005-01-28 Adapter supports board upgrades without rework
Aries offers a new adapter that enables designers to replace a 132-pin PQFP package IC with the newer 144-pin TQFP without the need for a board redesign or rework.
2013-10-08 Uses of copper barrier capacitors in medical field
Read about the growing demand for capacitors for use in a various medical devices.
2005-11-09 Slide switches supply more choices
CIT Relay & Switch launched a new series of RoHS-compliant subminiature slide switches.
2013-12-27 Simplify LED light assemblies with nano-ceramics
The latest nano-ceramic materials are now posing a challenge to existing metal-backed PCB technologies by providing a better combination of high performance and competitive cost.
2015-03-20 Power module packaging eases power electronics issues
The power packaging market is on the rise, pulled by the interconnection and substrate segments, respectively 14 per cent and 13 per cent between 2014 and 2020, revealed Yole.
2006-03-17 Power distribution system is easily customized
Methode Network Bus Products and Cableco Technologies have developed the PowerRail pluggable rail power distribution system.
2010-09-03 NTC thermistor targets auto probes, boilers, battery packs
Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. has just announced the release of a new series of micro-chip negative temperature coefficient (NTC) thermistors with a very small maximum body sensing diameter of 1.6mm and fast response times of 3s in air and 0.7s in oil. The NTCLE305E4xxxSB devices offer precise measurements over a wide temperature range, with accuracy of 0.5?C (from + 25?C to + 85?C) and 1.0 degrees C (between40?C and + 125?C).
2005-07-13 Filters survive high temp processes
Syfer Technology offers a wide range of solder-mount feedthrough EMI filters that are fully compliant to the European Union's RoHS Directive and will withstand the higher soldering temperatures of lead-replacement materials.
2006-08-23 Designing and shipping after RoHS
RoHS compliance must become an integral part of a designer's development process, with RoHS checks conducted at each step: concept, development, prototype, first builds and volume production.
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