CAPLINQ offers Dimethyl & Phenyl Silicones For LED Assembly

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CAPLINQ offers Silicones for LED Applications
Part 1 of a 5-part Series.
Part I : Advantages of Silicone over Organic Resins in the manufacture of LED Assemblies for High Power LED's and general lighting

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CAPLINQ offers Dimethyl & Phenyl Silicones For LED Assembly

  1. 1. CAPLINQ Europe BV Manufacturer | Distributor | Partner Whatyouneedto knowaboutsilicones forLEDassembly SILICONE FOR LED APPLICATIONS
  2. 2. ALLPARTSINTHISSILICONESERIES Part I: Advantages of Silicones over Organic Resins Part III: LED Silicones for Molding (& Compression Molding) Part IV: Premolded Silicones over PPA as Reflector Part V: LED Silicones for Die Attach Assembly 1 2 3 4 5 Part II: Premolded Silicones for Fresnel Lenses
  3. 3. Some Text Some Text ANATOMY OFANLED PACKAGE PremoldedSiliconeFresnelLens Part II: Premolded Silicones for Fresnel Lenses SiliconeEncapsulationMaterial Part III: LED Silicones for Molding (& Compression Molding) PremoldedSiliconeReflector Part IV: Premolded Silicones over PPA as Reflector SiliconeDieAttachMaterial Part V: LED Silicones for Die Attach Assembly
  4. 4. WAVELENGTHDEPENDENCY ONREFRACTIVEINDEX “Phenyltype silicones have a higherrefractive index than Dimethyl type silicones’’
  5. 5. TRANSPARENCY OFSILICONES “Both Phenyl and Dimethyltype silicones have transmittance rates above 92% above the visible range”
  6. 6. HIGH THERMAL STABILITY OFSILICONES “Siliconesshowamuchhigher thermalstabilitythanepoxies”
  7. 7. THERMALAGEINGOFDIMETHYLVSPHENYL-TYPE  At higher temperatures (>170°C), Dimethyl-type silicones show significant transmittance loss.  At higher temperatures (>170°C), Phenyl-type silicones show little transmittance loss. “BothPhenylandDimethyltypesilicones havetransmittanceratesabove92% abovethevisiblerange”
  8. 8. NOCOLORCHANGE OFSILICONES Silicone (Siloxane Structure) Organic Resin (PPA, Epoxy, etc) Decompositiongenerates SiO2 (glass) +CH4 (gas) + … = NO Color Change Decompositiongenerates CO2, CO (gas) +C (Carbon Black) +NH (Brownish) + … = Color Change
  9. 9. STANDARDSILICONE(SUITABLEFORCOMPRESSIONMOLDING) CAPLINQ LinqSil DM-1001 DM-1002 PH-5001 PH-5002 Type Dimethyl Type Phenyl Type Mixing Ratio 1:1 10:1 Base Silicone Viscosity Pa.s 23.7 41 1.9 4.3 Hardner Silicone Viscosity Pa.s 4.5 18 5.3 2.2 Mix Viscosity Pa.s 9.4 37.6 2.5 3.5 Volatility % 0.6 0.2 0.3 0.8 Hardness Type A 79 89 (Shore D 30) 84 Shore D 40 Tensile Strength MPa 10.8 3 3 - Elongation % 100 10 40 - Young’s Modulus (E) MPa 26 67 6.2 25 CTE ppm/°C 258 222 212 222 Refractive Index nd25 1.4 1.5
  10. 10. GET IN TOUCH Contact us to find out how CAPLINQ can help your company reach the next level Ottawa, Canada Office Serving Canada, USA, Mexico & South America CAPLINQ Corporation 957 Snowshoe Crescent Orléans (Ottawa) ON K1C 2Y3 Canada Phone: +1 (613) 482-2215 Fax: +1 (702) 995-1235 Amsterdam, Netherlands Office Serving Europe, Middle East, Asia & Africa CAPLINQ Europe BV Provincialeweg 1 1561 KK Krommenie The Netherlands Phone: +31 (20) 893 2224 Fax: +31 (84) 746 3497 Facebook: Find us at Facebook.com/caplinq Twitter: Follow us at Twitter.com/caplinq Email us at info@caplinq.com

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