Transparent conductive films have the function of transmitting both electricity and visible light. Indium tin oxide (ITO) has been widely used as a transparent electrode, but it is not able to meet the demand for lower resistance required in recent years. Metal mesh has been developed as an alternative, but there is a trade-off between lower resistance and finer wiring lines. When a large size is required, transmissivity has to be sacrificed by the increased line width to lower the resistance.
The technology owner has developed a double-sided metal mesh-based transparent conductive film using a unique roll-to-roll manufacturing process to achieve a high wiring aspect ratio, low electrical resistance, and high transmissivity at the same time. It also has a very high planarity of the film surface, ensuring stable performance and quality when used as a transparent electrode for thin film applications.
This technology is a unique manufacturing process for making metal mesh-based transparent conductive films with high light transmissivity and low electrical resistance. The technical features and specifications are listed as follows:
Transparent conductive films have a wide range of potential applications in various industries, where the combination of transparency and conductivity is required. The potential applications include but are not limited to:
The technology owner is keen on R&D collaborations with partners who are interested in adopting the transparent conductive film in their products and applications.