New Uses for Conductive Inks Compositions

The market sector dedicated to developing new and emerging technologies for conductive inks covers the gamut of innovative ink compositions ranging from Force Sensing Resistors (FSR) and EMI Shielding, to Transparent Conductors, Photovoltaics (PV) and beyond.

Photovoltaic cells are used to convert solar energy to direct current electricity. With the increased demand for sustainable and renewable energy, the PV cell market stores potential, conductive inks can be used on flexible and rigid substrates for grid line applications in thin film and photovoltaics.

Our recommended conductive ink offerings for solar cell printed busbars include:

 Silver Inks:

  • ED-461SS
  • ECI 1006 (fine line printing; low contact resistance)

Carbon Inks:

  • ED-440B
  • ED-965 (Halogen free)

Dielectric Inks:

  • PD-038
  • PF-021

Conductive Ink for Emerging Technologies from Tekra

In addition to the new ueses for conductive inks mentioned above, there are numerous other applications being developed, and improved, for conductive polymer thick film. Trust the team at Tekra to assist you with those developments through interactive VOC feedback. Our goal is to listen, learn, and lead so you can contact us or give us a call if you have any questions or want to discuss your project.

Emerging Technologies Conductive Inks Products

Features

  • Fine-line screen printable
  • Halogen free
  • Excellent adhesion
  • High conductivity
LOCTITE® ECI 1010

Features

  • High conductivity: Very low resistance
  • Cost savings; Thinner layers, narrower lines possible
  • Flexible; Low resistance increase after double crease and Mandrel tests
  • Good adhesion to polyester substrates

Features

  • High conductivity
  • Small particle size
  • Excellent printability with flexography
  • Suitable for rotogravure printing
  • Suitable for screen printing applications

Features

  • Conductive
  • Screen printable
  • Excellent screen residence time
  • Flexible low temperature drying cycles
  • Excellent adhesion to poloyester film and other Acheson silver inks

Features

  • Conductive
  • Screen printable
  • Extremely flexible
  • Low electrical resistance
  • Dries at low temperatures
  • Good adhesion

Features

  • Conductive
  • Screen printable
  • High resistivity
  • Flexible low temperature drying cycles
  • Can blend with NCl 7002
  • Max operating temperature at 100°C

Features

  • Conductive
  • Screen printable
  • High resistivity
  • Flexible low temperature drying cycles
  • Can blend with NCl 7002
  • Max operating temperature at 100°C

Features

  • Conductive
  • Screen printable
  • Good flexibility
  • Excellent adhesion
  • No thinning required
  • Long shelf life without refrigeration
  • Fine-line printability
  • Long screen residence time

Features

  • Non-conductive
  • Screen printable
  • Excellent adhesion
  • High peel strength
  • Fast UV cure
  • Dots printable at high aspect ratio

Features

  • One component
  • Processing ease
  • Screen printable for reduction in circuit profile and production

Features

  • Non-conductive
  • Screen printable
  • Flexible resistive
  • Excellent screen residence time
  • Flexible low temperature drying cycles
  • Can blend with ECI 7004HR & ECI 7004LR
  • Max operation temperature at 100°C

Features

  • Fast UV cure
  • Prevents silver migration
  • Physically protects SMD
  • Process ease
  • Dot dispensable

Features

  • One component
  • Applicable with manual or semi automatic screen printable equipment
  • Good screen residence time
  • Can be mixed to produce accurately controlled resistance values
  • Less than 5% after soldering, humidity, and thermal aging exposure
Loctite M 7000E Conductive Ink

Features

  • Screen printable
  • One component
  • High resistance to heat and humidity
  • Dielectric
  • Insulating

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