Schlegel Electronic Materials, Inc. announced expanding its thermal interface materials with the TimSorb Thermal / EMI Absorber product line.
The increasing demand for functionality in the modern electronic system has fueled the trajectory of the electronics market towards Moore’s law. To meet these demands, modern systems operate with higher data rates and have a denser footprint. The downside is that more EMI issues arise, and systems have a higher demand for thermal management.
Schlegel is a leader in providing solutions that overcome even the most challenging EMI and thermal issues.
“We developed TimSorb to ensure our customers had high-performance products to overcome modern EMI and thermal management demands. As an industry leader, we use our expertise to help our customers stay ahead of the game in their markets,” said Haydee Dibble, vice president at Schlegel Electronic Materials, Inc.
We use our expertise to help our customers stay ahead of the game in their markets.
The dual-functional TimSorb line features:
- OP-7400, a hybrid absorber/thermal management material used for premium EMI mitigation.
- OP-7500, a premium grade thermal conductivity vs. OP-7400 with excellent EMI mitigation.
- OP- 7600, the best of both worlds having premium EMI attenuation performance and excellent thermal conductivity.
OP-7400/7500/7600 grades are used like traditional thermal interface materials between a heat source such as an integrated circuit and heat sink or other heat transfer devices such as a metal chassis.
TimSorb adds value!
- A two-in-one solution for easier design, assembly, and lower cost of ownership
- Improved reliability and performance of electronic devices
- Improved EMC performance and lower cost to meet compliance requirements
- RoHS compliant and halogen-free
TimSorb has applications across a wide range of markets, including
- Consumer electronics – handset and tablet, gaming devices, UHD TV,
- Notebook Computers, etc.
- Automotive – navigation/infotainment systems
- Data infrastructure – router, optical transceiver, set-top box
- Telecom infrastructure – base station
More information on the TimSorb series can be found here.
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