SANTA ROSA, Calif., March 26, 2008 -- Deposition Sciences Inc. (DSI) has introduced a line of transparent conductive coatings for use in the visible and near-infrared (NIR) spectral ranges.
The new line of transparent coatings is compatible with DSI's dichroic filter technology, enabled by the patented Microdyn sputtering process, the company said. The technology yields high performance, highly uniform, transparent conductive filters that remain extremely stable while withstanding high thermal loads and changes in humidity.
DSI offers a wide variety of optical thin-films that operate in the visible and NIR wavelengths. These can now be combined with the new transparent conductive coatings and formulated to be broadband or spectrally selective, per customer requirements. The new conductive coatings with indium tin oxide, induced transmission silver, and induced transmission gold, all deliver high transmission within selected wavelength ranges from 400 to 2500 nm. These coatings can be applied onto a wide variety of substrates, including silicon, germanium, zinc sulfide, zinc selenide, and most glass types that are compatible with the visible-to-NIR spectral regions.
The filters are ideal for a variety of tasks, from antistatic applications with sheet resistances of mega-ohms per square, to EMI shielding with sheet resistances as low as a few ohms per square, DSI said.
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