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Panacol introduces flexible, conductive epoxy

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Panacol introduces flexible, conductive epoxy

Small chips are fixed to flexible tracks with a conductive connection using Elecolit 3647 Source: Panacol

Panacol has announced the addition of Elecolit 3647 to its portfolio of electrically conductive epoxy systems. The company says the silver-filled conductive adhesive is particularly suitable for bonding with temperature-sensitive films or flex PCBs.

According to the company, Elecolit 3647 is a one-component, silver-filled conductive adhesive that adheres very well to plastics, including polyimide, PC, PVC, ABS, and FR4 board. “When fully cured, the adhesive is very flexible with high peel strength, making it the perfect choice for use in applications subject to vibration, oscillation or rapid temperature changes.” Panacol says the new epoxy can be used for die attach applications and component assembly on flexible films and printed circuit boards. “This conductive adhesive has utilization in printed and ‘in-molded’ electronics, wearables, and the conductive attachment of semiconductor chips.

“A major advantage of Elecolit 3647 is it’s very easy handling and storage. The adhesive only needs to be stored refrigerated, not frozen! The single-component adhesive can be dispensed, and cures within minutes at temperatures as low as 100°C. This makes it possible to fixture semiconductors and create electrical connections in a single step.”


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