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Parts by Number for Conductive Glove Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
HSC-10B-XL ASAP Semiconductor YAIL-NOA AGENCIES LTD Not Provided XL Conductive glove grip finge
HSC-10B-L ASAP Semiconductor YAIL-NOA AGENCIES LTD Not Provided L Conductive glove grip finger
HSC-10B-M ASAP Semiconductor YAIL-NOA AGENCIES LTD Not Provided M Conductive glove grip finger

Conduct Research Top

  • ESD vs Anti-Static vs Dissipative vs Conductive vs Insulative
    Materials are divided into these terms based on their individual surface resistance. Surface resistance is a measurement of how easily an electric charge can travel across a medium. Conductive materials are materials that have a surface resistance of less than 1 x 10 5 ohms/square. Dissipative
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    New Visions in Touch Screen Technology The history of touch screens essentially has been a tale of two technologies. Resistive systems allow input from a finger as well as almost any other object. Capacitive technology is more durable and provides clearer graphics, but it requires a conductive
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    is more durable and provides clearer graphics, but it requires a conductive input, generally a finger, to operate. The lower cost of resistive technology and its input flexibility has led to its dominance in the marketplace. This is especially true in the medical environment, where users often wear gloves
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    for miniaturization. Heat-seal connectors unite screen-printed conductors and an anisotropic conductive adhesive on a flexible film base ready for bonding. Kelly describes the components as "incredibly flexible" and "particularly useful in confined spaces." Heat-seal connectors are custom made and can
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    technologies use the conductivity of a finger to shunt a small alternating current to ground through the operator's body. Resistive touch technologies are based on two layers of conductive material held apart by small, nearly invisible spacers. When the screen is touched, the two layers come in contact
  • What is a Faraday Cage?
    sensitive devices. While they are called “cages” they do not need to be made out of metal wires, a Faraday cage can be made out of almost any conductive material. How does the Faraday cage protect your products? The process is best illustrated by the picture to the right. If an electromagnetic field
  • Medical Device Link .
    of a finger to shunt a small alternating current to ground through the operator's body. Resistive touch technologies are based on two layers of conductive material held apart by small, nearly invisible spacers. When the screen is touched, the two layers come in contact, and two-dimensional coordinate
  • What are the ESD Classifications? A Look at the Human Body Model
    designates the class of the project. If you want to make sure your work area is ESD-safe there are a number of products that you can use. Surface resistivity meters allow you to test any ESD-safe mats or flooring that you have to make sure they are as conductive as they should be. Having conductive
  • How to Ground ESD-Safe Chairs
    that ESD-safe chairs do not build-up a charge, two methods are used: conductive casters and drag chains. ESD-safe casters work by giving a direct line from the body of the chair to the ground. They do rely on having ESD-safe flooring (such as mats, tiles, carpet, conductive paints, dissipative paints
  • Using Tech Wear X2 Garments with 3M's 724 Workstation Monitor
    loop. The X2 jacket or coat makes contact with the operator at the two wrist cuffs (one cuff is connected to the garment’s fabric and the other cuff is connected to the monitor snap by an isolated conductive path). You can see the path of the electrical circuit in the image to the left. All-Spec

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