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CV-2681-12 is an electrically conductive, controlled volatility (low-outgassing) film adhesive designed for a range of applications, from tacking down wires to working with solar cells and mirrors. Static-dissipative with controlled volatility, CV-2681-12 can be used for electronics and space applications that require minimal outgassing in sensitive applications (e.g., satellites). On average, its volume resistivity measures 125 ohm.cm.
This film adhesive can reportedly be die cut and has an approximately .012-in. controlled bond line for consistent bond thickness. A space-grade material, CV-2681-12 can maintain adhesion in a range of temperatures, making it suitable for RFI and EMI shielding in electrical space applications or, more generally, for applications in which temperature is a concern.
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