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CAIG CircuitWriter CW100P Pen 7 ml
can this be used for cross-overs for jumpers?
Yes you can.-Product Description (Circuit Writer Data Sheet)Precision Conductive Ink. Apply instant traces on most surfaces (epoxy, glass, plastic, metal).Draw traces on circuit boards, repair defective traces, make jumpers and shield electronics, design prototype circuits and repair rear-window heater traces.-SpecificationsColor: SilverBinder: AcrylicSolids content by weight: 51.5%Density: 14.1 lbs/galElectrical Resistance: < 0.017 ohm/sq/milShielding Performance: 76 dBViscosity: 20-25 sec., #2 Zahn Cup @ 25 oCIdeal Film Thickness: Between 0.4 and 1.0 milsTheoretical Coverage: 340 Sq ft/gal @ 1 milVOC Content: 0.50 lbs/galSoldering: After heat curing only. Use low temperature soldering (less than 350oF) for not more than 5 seconds. Use low temperature soldering iron.Shelf Life: If stored in dry cool space, 12 months after first use, 24 months if unopened.
Date published: 2013-02-20
Is the material the pen puts down silver based?
I need to repair a broken trace in my EMIT ribbon tweeter and have been told to use a silver conductive pen.
Yes it is. The conductive polymer mentioned is a mixture of silver and acrylic solids as a binder.
Date published: 2013-01-12