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3115

A Ruthenium based resistor with a value of 100k ohm (TCR of -50ppm +200ppm) This resistor is designed for use on porcelain enameled steel (PES) and glass. It can be fired between 600°C and 650°C.

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3116

A Ruthenium based resistor with a value of 1M ohm (TCR 100-200ppm) This resistor is designed for use on porcelain enameled steel (PES) and glass. It can be fired between 600°C and 650°C.

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3100-0.65

A Ruthenium based resistor with a value of 0.65ohm (TCR < 1000ppm) This resistor is designed for use on porcelain enameled steel (PES) and glass. It can be fired between 600°C and 650°C.

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3112

A Ruthenium based resistor with a value of 100 ohm (TCR of 200ppm) This resistor is designed for use on porcelain enameled steel (PES) and glass. It can be fired between 600°C and 650°C.

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3113

A Ruthenium based resistor with a value of 1k ohm (TCR of 200ppm) This resistor is designed for use on porcelain enameled steel (PES) and glass. It can be fired between 600°C and 650°C.

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3114

A Ruthenium based resistor with a value of 10k ohm (TCR of -50ppm +200ppm) This resistor is designed for use on porcelain enameled steel (PES) and glass. It can be fired between 600°C and 650°C.

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3110

A Ruthenium based resistor with a value of 1 ohm (TCR of 250ppm) This resistor is designed for use on porcelain enameled steel (PES) and glass. It can be fired between 600°C and 650°C.

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3111

A Ruthenium based resistor with a value of 10 ohm (TCR of 250ppm) This resistor is designed for use on porcelain enameled steel (PES) and glass. It can be fired between 600°C and 650°C.

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244-T

A transparent resin coating, suitable for protecting silver polymers on glass substrates. This material is thermosetting and cures by cross linking at 125°C.

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4022-F

A sealing glass designed for soda lime glass and other substrates with similar thermal expansion properties. When fired at 500°C this material can create translucent and hermetic seals.

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M4023-C

A black glass designed for use in plasma display applications. This material is fired on soda lime glass at 580°C.

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M4024-A

A cadmium free, black glass designed for use in plasma display applications. This material is fired on soda lime glass at 580°C.

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9595-A

A silver platinum paste designed for applications requiring a low firing temperature including glass, porcelain enameled steel (PES), and ceramic substrates. This material can be fired as low as 580°C.

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599-E

A silver paste designed for applications requiring a low firing temperature including glass, porcelain enameled steel (PES), and ceramic substrates. This material can be fired as low as 400°C.

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599-G

A silver paste designed for applications requiring a low firing temperature including glass, porcelain enameled steel (PES), and ceramic substrates. This material is fired between 450°C and 580°C.

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1901-SB

Silver filled, flexible resin material that cures at 150°C for touch panels and flexible solar cells. The after curing the polymer material is resistant to attack from organic solvents.

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1901-S

A silver filled, flexible resin material that cures at 150°C for touch panels and flexible solar cells.

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2554-N-1

An air fired nickel conductor used as a cathode in displays. The nickel pastes have a firing range of 580°C to 625°C.

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8835 (520C)

A gold paste designed to be used for applications requiring a low firing temperature including soda-lime glass. This material is fired at 520°C

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