Engineered Material Systems Introduces Linear Resistance Carbon Inks


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Engineered Material Systems, Inc. (EMS), a leading global supplier of conductive inks and interconnect materials for printed electronics, is pleased to introduce CI-2069 Series carbon conductive inks for target resistance printing. CI-2069 Series inks feature excellent printability and stable resistance. The new ink series is offered in a suite of electrical resistance ranges.

Ranges can be blended to achieve a target resistance in between. EMS provides a blending guide for accurate and repeatable results at the printer.

Applications include printed resistors, potentiometers, ESD, sensors, etc. Compatible films include flexible polyester, polyimide and paper.

For more information about EMS’ electronics solutions or to learn how the company can define, develop and create an engineered material solution that is right for your company, visit www.emsadhesives.com.

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