Conductive Epoxy, Tape, and Coating
Low Resistance Epoxy Coating or Adhesive, 0.0007 Ohm-cm
Lap Shear: 1000 psi
Maximum Operating Temperature of 250 °F (121 °C)
Thorlabs offers Electrodag™ 5810 Conductive Epoxy for use in places where soldering is not possible. This two-component epoxy has good electrical and thermal conductivity, featuring a low volume resistance of 0.0007 Ohm-cm and a lap shear of 1000 psi. The silver-filled epoxy has a cure time of 24 hours at room temperature; the cure time can be accelerated to 2 hours at 149 °F (65 °C) or 1 hour at 212 °F (100 °C). The epoxy is packaged in two separate bags with a net weight of 4.4 grams.
The thermally conductive, double-sided tape consists of a superior bond strength, pressure-sensitive acrylic adhesive loaded with titanium diboride and applied to an expanded aluminum carrier. The tape is embossed with an innovative pattern for maximum conformability and minimal air pockets and offers excellent thermal, mechanical, environmental, and chemical properties. Our thermally conductive doubled-sided tape can bond heat sinks and thermal plates to components without the use of clips, screws, other mechanical fasteners, or additional thermal compounds and can be removed after the application without damage to the component.
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Aquadag is a water based colloidal graphite suspension that offers unsurpassed versatility as a conductive coating and impregnate. Aquadag is easily painted onto the surface of most materials including a variety of glasses, metals, and plastics.
*The sheet resistance is measured with 1" square resistance probes on a 25 µm thick sheet of Electrodag 112. The measured resistance is less than 120 Ohm.