Silicone Electrically Conductive Adhesives go Extreme Heat and Vibration No Match for New Class of ECAs
By Tom Adcock, The Electronics Group of Henkel
Oct 24, 2013
As automotive electronics applications advance, the requirements for automotive sensors and the materials used for device manufacture become even more demanding. Newer-generation automotive sensor applications are seeing greater exposure to environmental stresses such as high temperature and vibration and require materials that can cope with such conditions. These materials must be able to withstand high vibrational energy as well as increased temperatures - in some cases as high as 200°C.
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