Substrates

IRC's LED Assemblies on Anotherm-® Substrates Replace Incandescent, Fluorescent Lighting

IRC's LED Assemblies on Anotherm-® Substrates Replace Incandescent, Fluorescent Lighting

MUNICH, Germany (November 14, 2006) - Providing lighting system design engineers with a cost-effective replacement for conventional lighting sources, TT electronics IRC Advanced Film Division's Anotherm-® technology is being specified for a variety of high-brightness LED illumination and display applications. The Anotherm substrates provide the necessary thermal management for LED operation and...

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IRC's Anotherm(TM) Technology Enables LEDs to Operate at Full Power

IRC's Anotherm(TM) Technology Enables LEDs to Operate at Full Power

SAN FRANCISCO, CA (February 15, 2006) - Enabling lighting system design engineers to run high brightness LEDs at full power without thermal degradation, TT electronics IRC Advanced Film Division's Anotherm(TM) substrate technology is being specified for LED display applications in gaming and vending machines, outdoor signage and display, emergency vehicle lighting, and architectural and general...

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Ceramic Substrates reduce in-circuit transmission line losses.

Available in 0.010, 0.015, and 0.025 in. thicknesses, polished ceramic substrates provide approximately 0.2 dB improvement in line loss per inch on 0.025 in. thick alumina transmission line. Allowing for smaller circuit and element geometries, as well as reduced circuit size, substrates are suitable for use in routers and switches, servers, computers, wireless applications, RF and microwave...

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Metallized Ceramic Substrates are RoHS compliant.

Offering substitute for thick film materials containing platinum-palladium, LCMC metallized ceramic substrates are manufactured by process that combines thick film processing with Ni-Au plating. They can withstand multiple SMT reflow solder cycles and repairs without solder leaching. Featuring tracks resistivity of 1-2 mohm/sq, substrates can be fabricated in 5 x 7 in. format and are suited for...

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Aluminum Alloy Substrate is thermally conductive.

Providing thermal conductivity to polymer-based insulated metal substrates, Anotherm(TM) is insulated by chemically grown, anodized dielectric layer with solderable screen printed conductors. It eliminates need for additional heatsinks and features uniform thickness of 35 microns, with no potential for delamination or peeling. Max operating voltage is 250 Vac, with thermal impedance at 0.2Â-

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Ceramic Substrate offers 180 W/mK thermal conductivity.

Non-toxic AlunitÂ-® aluminum nitride ceramic substrate delivers 10 times more insulating power and heat conductivity than aluminum oxide. Material is suited for thin-film and thick-film applications, and is offered in 4 surface finishes: fired, fired superior, ground, and polished. It can be used for high-density components and hybrids in applications such as power electronics, IGBT modules,...

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GaN Substrates are offered in 2 in. diameters.

Free-standing gallium nitride (GaN) substrates have uniform dislocation density of 106cm-2 and are available with diameters of 2 in. and smaller. As solid-state blue light emitter, GaN is suited for blue laser diodes, which quadruple data storage on DVDs and print resolution in laser printers, make biomedical laser surgery safer, and double effective range for radar and satellites while...

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