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TG-APC94 / PC94 Non-Silicone Thermal Pad

  • Non siloxane and oil-bleed
  • Ultra soft and great elongation
  • Very low thermal impedance
  • Electrical insulation
  • Great thermal conductivity

PC94 is a Non-Silicone thermal high-performance thermal conductive material that does not contain silicone components. There will be no silicone resin volatilization or silicone oil precipitation, which reduces the possibility of circuit failure. This is recommended when the presence of silicone oil may be harmful to product performance. Non-silicone materials, which can improve the efficiency and service life of heating electronic components.

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 There is nothing better than optical instruments and silicon-sensitive equipment to choose the use of this silicone-free thermally conductive silicone film. As long as you feel any doubt or anxiety about the existence of silicone oil, it is recommended that you consider using this material, whether it is Power battery packs, car navigation, optical precision equipment, camera equipment, mobile communication equipment, organic silicon sensitive applications, high-end industrial control, and medical electronics, etc., may be found in electronic components that generate heat. This is another option specially developed for users who have doubts about silicone oil.

 

Application:

Electronic components - 5G, Aerospace, AI, AIoT, AR/VR/MR/XR, Automotive, Consumer Devices, Datacom, Electric Vehicle, Electronic Products, Energy Storage, Industrial, Lighting Equipment, Medical, Military, Netcom, Panel, Power Electronics, Robot, Servers, Smart Home, Telecom, etc.

How to use thermal pad

Tearing off the release paper

Tearing off the release paper.

Attach the thermal pad to the heat source

Attach the thermal pad to the heat source.

Remove the protective film

Remove the protective film.

Apply components onto the exposed part

Apply components onto the exposed part.

Thermal Conductivity

Thermal Conductivity

Thermal conductivity refers to the ability of a given material to conduct/transfer heat.
Dielectric Breakdown Voltage

Dielectric Breakdown Voltage

Dielectric breakdown is the failure of an insulating material to prevent the flow of current under an applied electrical stress.
Hardness

Hardness

Higher numbers on the scale indicate a greater resistance to indentation and thus harder materials.

 

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