New Low-Cost Snap Cure Conductive Adhesive for Stringing or Shingling Solar Modules

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Engineered Materials Systems, a leading global supplier of conductive interconnect materials for photovoltaic applications, is pleased to introduce its new CA-150- Series of Low-Cost Snap Cure Conductive Adhesives for stringing or shingling applications in crystalline silicon and thin-film solar modules. CA-150-H, CA-150-L and CA-150-M are designed to electrically interconnect solar cells using ribbons or direct cell-to-cell contact. In shingling applications the material can be used for both cell interconnection and bussing. The rheologies are optimized for stencil (CA-150-H) and screen printing, jetting and needle dispensing (CA-150-L & M).

The adhesive is stress-absorbing to withstand the rigors of thermal cycling and features excellent conductive stability to cell and ribbon metallization during damp heat exposure. Additionally, the conductive adhesive is designed to cure in seconds at 150°C to 180°C to enable fast fixturing of the cells in the stringer. CA-150 offers a more than 50 percent cost savings compared to standard silver-filled conductive adhesives.

The CA-150 conductive adhesive is the latest addition to Engineered Conductive Materials’ full line of conductive adhesives for photovoltaic applications. For more information about the EMS CA-150 Series of Low-Cost Snap Cure Conductive Adhesives or to learn how Engineered Material Systems can define, develop and create an engineered material solution that is right for your company, visit
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