Spectral Transmission of epoxy
In optics, transmittance is the fraction of incident light at a specified wavelength that passes through a sample. To make it simple, spectral transmittance tells us how well light passes through a sample. Spectral transmittance changes based on the wavelength of light. Most applications only need high transmittance for visible light (~380nm – 700nm) and generally decrease at higher wavelengths.
EB-106 exhibits over 99% transmission of visible light and still transmits over 95% at 2000nm. EB-106 is used in applications where light signals may be required to pass through the epoxy glue joint interface. EB-106 is a premixed and frozen epoxy only and is excellent for high volume use. EB-106 is also for potting and encapsulating small electronic components.
|Mix Ratio by Weight||NA|
|Mixed Viscosity @RT(cps)||300-500|
|Pot Life @25°C(100 gram)||60 min|
|Recommended Cure||3 hrs @ 65°C|
|Alternate Cure||24-48 hrs @ 25°C|
|Lap Shear Strength @25°C(psi)||2700|
|Service Temp.Range||-55°C to 125°C|
|Volume Resistivity(500 V)||>10^14|