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Originally published on the 18th May 2021 by Electrolube / Jade Bridges. Original article here. Wearable technology started with the watch enabling individuals to tell the time, initially in the 1500’s via a necklace worn device, and later in the 1900’s as the wristwatch. Pulsar’s calculator wristwatch was the first consumable wearable device to achieve...

Thermal Interface Materials (TIMs) are used in electronics applications to improve the efficiency of heat transfer and reduce the operating temperature of a device. They work by improving the conduction of heat through to a heat sink, where the heat is radiated to the surrounding environment by means of convection. Demand for improved thermal management in...

Originally published by Electrobe.Phil Kinner, Head of the Conformal Coatings Division at Electrolube, explains how modern, carefully formulated conformal coatings are helping automotive electronics manufacturers to deliver high-reliability, long-life products for a particularly demanding customer base.While the value of the electronic systems in a modern...

Article produced by ElectrolubeThe automotive industry continues to position itself at the forefront of technological developments and offers guidance for many other industries to follow. More recent developments in the automotive market have centred on electronic advancements, whether that be with much improved driver/passenger experience from improved HMI or...

Original article from Electrolube With the rise in demand for electric and hybrid vehicles, protecting battery systems from harsh environments has never been more critical. The secret to enhancing battery performance, safety and reliability lies in implementing the most effective electro-chemical protection materials, particularly given the increasing trend...

Electrolube, the global electro-chemicals manufacturer, was recently approached by a company in Australia for assistance with a particularly unusual application. The customer needed protection for an underwater LED lighting unit. The encapsulation resin needed to be light blue for aesthetic purposes and had to be able to withstand water temperatures between 5 to...

Electrolube has released two new phase change Thermal Management materials that offer high thermal conductivity, low phase change temperatures and low thermal resistance at the interface. Phase change materials are highly suited to the thermal management of electronic assemblies for a number of reasons. They offer efficient thermal transfer, along with enhanced...

Electrolube’s Indian subsidiary solves an LED lighting unit potting problem, following consultations with the company’s UK based technical division. The resin encapsulation was causing an unacceptable colour shift in the light from an LED strip luminaire, and the UK technical team had little more than 24 hours to come up with a solution. The Indian LED...

The ALL NEW silicone-free, thermally conductive phase change materials from Electrolube - TPM350 , TPM550 and HTCX_ZF: These new thermal management products are designed to provide superior properties and increase performance across automotive, electronics and LED applications. TPM550 Key Features TPM550 is a high-performance screen printable, thermally...

Electrolube, global electro-chemicals manufacturer has recently formulated and launched a brand new conformal coating product at Productronica (Munich, November 10-13 2015). The product (FPC) was specially developed to resolve a number of issues experienced by a specific user of surface modifier materials. "The user in question (a large manufacturer of power...

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