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Rogers Issues New Brochure on Durable Electronics & Lighting Solutions

February 3, 2010
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Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Chandler, AZ - The Durel Division of Rogers Corporation has issued a new six-page brochure on Durable Electronics & Lighting Solutions. The brochure provides a detailed overview of Rogers’ comprehensive capabilities in screen-printed electronics and associated services, gained from over 20 years of design and high volume manufacturing experience in printed electronics, low power EL backlighting systems and EL driver ICs.

The Durable Electronics & Lighting Solutions brochure presents essential information on three product category areas where Rogers provides innovative “solutions” for customers: User Interface, Driver Electronics and Printed Electronics. Rogers’ capabilities in ultra fine screen printing, precision registration, design and materials and global high volume manufacturing are also described in the brochure.

User Interface Solutions include dur-E-touch™ capacitive touch sensors with integrated EL or dur-E-film™ light guide film (LGF) backlighting; durELplex® morphing keypad technology; durELplex multi-segment EL lamp and driver technology, and dur-E-sense™ piezo haptic driver technology.

Driver Electronics Solutions consist of a comprehensive portfolio of drivers for a variety of high voltage needs, from wireless devices to consumer electronics. Applications for these markets include EL backlighting and morphing keypad/display solutions.

Printed Electronic Solutions include a portfolio of products and process technologies for medical sensors and electrodes, battery powered security cards, and advertising for point-of-purchase and transit displays.

To download a copy of the new Durable Electronics & Lighting Solutions brochure, click on the Downloads tab on this page.

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