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Canatu makes sensor film more see-through

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By eeNews Europe


These CNB film have improved optical transmittance with zero haze and reflectance. This makes them suitable for touch sensitive overlays for displays used in outdoor applications.

Canatu’s Generation 6 CNB Films have 95 percent optical transmittance at a sheet resistivity of 100 ohms/square and 97 percent at 150 ohms/square. Earlier this year, Canatu introduced a super-thin, flexible 23-micron thick CNB flexlible film, with a world’s lowest 1 percent change in sheet resistivity after 150 000 bends at 2mm radius.

The company claims its films are suitable for wearable and flexible devices such as next-generation foldable smart phones and tablets.

Canatu made investments in production capability during 2014 and the company claims it is entering mass production for design wins in wearables, household appliances and automotive use, to be announced later this year.

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