Carbon Nanotubes

While ITO (Indium Tin Oxide ) has long satisfied the needs of the PCAP and transparent electrodes markets, the next generation of devices is more demanding. End users continue to demand improvements in device form factor, physical adaptability, performance, and price. To satisfy these requirements, a new material is required that is not only transparent and conductive, but also flexible, formable and more cost-effective to design and manufacture. CHASM's AgeNT TCF platform is leading this charge.

  • AgeNT - 1 - MM

    AgeNT-1-MM is a Hybrid Transparent Conductive Film (TCF) made by printing Carbon Nanotube (CNT) ink onto Metal Mesh (MM) film to create a flexible TCF that is substantially better than either CNTs (more conductive) or MM (more robust and more uniform conductivity). TCF applications include antennas, heaters, EMI shielding, wiring for microLEDs, etc.

  • AgeNT - 10

    Ag NT-10 - 10 Ω/□ at 92% VLT
    Key Features:

    Low sheet resistance with extremely high optical transparency

    Low materials and processing costs for creating patterned TCFs

    Can be flexed or formed for flexible, wearable, or 3D products

    Environmentally stable when exposed to high temperature and humidity

  • AgeNT - 75

    Ag NT-75 - 75 Ω/□ at 98% VLT
    Key Features:

    Low sheet resistance with extremely high optical transparency

    Low materials and processing costs for creating patterned TCFs

    Can be flexed or formed for flexible, wearable, or 3D products

    Environmentally stable when exposed to high temperature and humidity

  • VC102X

    CHASM VC102 is a carbon nanotube (CNT) transparent conductive ink designed for screen printing on a wide range of plastic films.