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DuPont Advanced Materials (DuPont) featured its innovative suite of stretchable electronic inks for wearable electronics and showcase a number of successful industry collaborations.
Batteries are a commonplace item but do we really understand how they work? Simply put, batteries work because different metals have different electrochemical potential. Read on to learn more about these mini miracles.
DuPont OLED liquid printing process technology, is projected to be approximately 30% below incumbent LCD costs
How to meet regulatory, environmental, safety and performance challenges in electrical and electronic componnents with DuPont NHFR polymers
DuPont automotive solutions give automotive engineers a wide range of vehicle design options, including technologies for noise reduction, longer-lasting, more vibrant textiles, more sustainable air conditioning solutions, and more stylish LED systems.
DuPont materials and solutions help automakers control car manufacturing costs while meeting tough regulatory compliance guidelines.
Wearable electronics is a fast growing sector of the electronics industry that is inspiring new and exciting products, as well as, changing the requirements for becoming an electronics manufacturer.
Stretchable electronic inks developed by DuPont offer a durable printed circuit solution for comfortable smart clothing and other textile applications
Provides system designers with lower loss flexible circuits and interconnects to achieve the desired high speed signal performance required in today’s electronic equipment.
Extensive trials have been undertaken using Fusabond® E as a coupling agent in halogen-free, flame retardant wire and cable formulations...
The extensive collection of the Zytel® family offers a wide range of reinforced and flame retardant grades that meet your different industry and application needs.
Zytel® HTN resins are a family of aromatic nylon copolymers with excellent heat resistance, making them ideal for high temperature electrical insulation.
DuPont™ Rynite® PET thermoplastic polyester resin is ideal for electrical encapsulation while maintaining a very high dielectric strength across a wide temperature range.
DuPont™ Crastin® PBT: Electrical Plastic for Connectors, Relays and Switches
Learn how DuPont's Energy Solutions Lab gathers test data for its insulation products, and discover how to apply that data to your electrical equipment design.
DuPont offers electrical product certifications that meet regulations and market requirements to develop more reliable products. DuPont helps by providing free authorization to use a series of EIS.
What is Electrical Insulation? An electrical insulation system (EIS) is composed of a unique combination of materials that have been verified for chemical compatibility when used at certain maximum temperatures.
DuPont has optimized color saturation, current efficiency, voltage and lifetime to address the needs of the active matrix OLED (AMOLED) display market.
In this presentation, attendees will learn how liquid immersed transformers, designed with high-temperature materials, have been used to successfully address energy demand challenges
DuPont provides the readers of OLED-info.com with an update on how the company is enabling large scale production of OLED TVs
Specifying electrical insulation materials is not as straight forward as it may seem. Different test methods can result in very different product life expectations. Attendees of this presentation will learn how to choose between insulation materials, even when they offer the same temperature rating.
The Nomex® family of products is engineered to address the diverse demands of the electrical industry. In 2014, DuPont launched a revamped product portfolio in support of a continuing focus on technical innovation.
The unique combination of Nomex® paper properties provides proven reliability, making Nomex® an ideal electrical insulation material of choice for manufacturers of transformers, generators, motors and other electrical equipment.
DuPont consulted with industry-leading OEMs to explore the commercial impact of the DOE 2016 regulation on dry type transformers, analyzing the cost of transformer design changes that will be necessary to achieve new energy efficiency levels.