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Home > Press > Cima NanoTech Launches Ultra Low Resistance SANTE EMI Shielding Film for Transparent, Lightweight and Thinner EMI Shielding

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New lightweight and thin SANTE FS100-LR-1N EMI Shielding Film with ultra low surface resistance provides manufacturers with excellent EMI shielding performance and greater freedom in product design for defense-related instruments, industrial displays and ruggedized computers.-- Cima NanoTech to launch and showcase samples of the new SANTE FS100-LR-1N EMI Shielding Film at IEEE EMC 2013 Symposium in Denver, Colorado from August 6-8, 2013.

Cima NanoTech Launches Ultra Low Resistance SANTE EMI Shielding Film for Transparent, Lightweight and Thinner EMI Shielding

St. Paul, MN | Posted on August 6th, 2013

Cima NanoTech, a smart materials company and developer of the 'SANTE(R) Self-Assembling Nanoparticle Technology', will unveil its new lightweight, thin and transparent EMI shielding film, 'SANTE(R) FS100-LR-1N', at IEEE EMC 2013 Symposium from August 6-8, 2013.

SANTE FS100-LR-1N is a transparent EMI shielding solution that allows manufacturers more freedom in product design without compromising on optics and shielding performance. Beyond meeting the stipulations of today's EMI shielding requirements, manufacturers also greatly benefit from the following unique properties of the new SANTE FS100-LR-1N EMI Shielding Films:

-- Low resistance - SANTE FS100-LR-1N has ultra low surface resistance of <1 ohms/sq, enabling excellent shielding performance of 45dB to 55dB attenuation between 30MHz and 1.5GHz

-- High transparency and color neutrality - SANTE FS100-LR-1N has total transmittance of up to 75% while preserving the original color tone of the surface on which the films are applied

-- Non-moire - The proprietary SANTE Nanoparticle Dispersion forms a random network pattern on the surface of the SANTE FS100-LR-1N film, thus overcoming moire issues. As such, unlike standard metal mesh technology, the need to orientate a film to a non-moire position on a display screen is eliminated, providing manufacturers with the benefit of low material wastage and ease of implementation.

SANTE FS100-LR-1N is designed to be cost-effectively integrated into electronic applications, including defense-related instruments, industrial displays and ruggedized computers.

To arrange a meeting with Cima NanoTech during EMC 2013 and receive a demonstration of the company's technology, please contact: .

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About Cima NanoTec
Cima NanoTech is a smart materials company and developer of the SANTE(R) Self-Assembling Nanoparticle Technology for transparent conductors. Founded in 2003, Cima NanoTech has business development centers in the United States, Singapore, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and China that enable close, local partnerships with electronics manufacturers worldwide. Its wholly-owned subsidiary, Cima NanoTech, Israel, Ltd., located in Caesarea, Israel, is the company's R&D center and production facility. Production is also done at contract manufacturing facility in Hiroshima, Japan. Additional

About IEEE EMC 2013 Symposium

IEEE EMC 2013 Symposium will take place August 5-9, 2013 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado. The conference attracts EMC professionals internationally and will include programs to enhance understanding of EMC design, materials and equipment. For more information on EMC 2013, visit www.emc2013.org.

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Adrian Eyre
Ogilvy Public Relations
Tel: +1 415 677 2708
Fax: +1 415 677 2880


Felicia Chia
Marketing Manager, Cima NanoTech
Tel: +65 6570 2018
Fax: +65 6570 2038

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