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DSI Introduces Transparent Conductive Coatings with EMI Shielding


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Deposition Sciences Inc
: 01 November, 2008  (New Product)
Deposition Sciences, Inc. (DSI) introduces the newest member in the Transparent Conductive Optical Coatings family.
DSI has developed a unique method to coat the transparent conductive coatings as a cap layer over a dielectric stack. This allows a single element or material to perform the dual functions of light filtering and EMI shielding. The new transparent conductive coatings are designed for maximum conductivity and can be applied to flat sheet stock or precision optics. Operating in the visible through the infrared spectrum, the new coatings feature high transmission between 450 nm and 1100 nm.

Compatible with DSIís dichroic filter technology, the highly durable coatings are enabled by DSIís patented Microdyn‚ sputtering technology. This proprietary coating process yields high performance, highly uniform transparent conductive filters that remain extremely stable, withstanding high thermal loads and changes in humidity.

DSIís new light filtering, transparent conductive coatings are ideal for use in unmanned aircraft system payloads and other thin film applications that require reliable, EMI shielding.
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