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Asphalt potting

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 04 10:37:24 EST 2009 | adlsmt

Is anyone using asphalt to pot assemblies? What temperature do you pour it at? Thanks! Craig

Asphalt potting

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 04 17:11:25 EST 2009 | davef

What is the advantage of asphalt versus potting compound?

Asphalt potting

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 05 12:46:48 EST 2009 | adlsmt

Other than low cost Im not sure there is any. All the major ballast manufacturers seem to use asphalt. It costs about $500 per ton.

Need a UV resistant black potting material

Electronics Forum | Thu May 27 22:29:14 EDT 1999 | Mike Flori

Does anyone have a suggestion for a UV resistant black potting material? The material recommended by a local vendor turned gray in a couple of months in the sun here in Florida. We are using L.E.D.'s in a small housing (about 1.2" cube) and need to s

Heat transfer properties of encapsulate potting material.

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 28 03:59:06 EST 2010 | riscy00

I'm investigating heat transfer by 1st order approximation between PCB and ambient air via encapsulate material (epoxy or gel or silicone), they have thermal conductivity of 0.2W/C but it hard to find specific heat capacity and density. Has anyone

How to protect shrouded header when potting a PCBA

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 12 08:29:50 EDT 2013 | williamaxler

In my past we have used grease that we put in the connector before potting. The grease would keep the potting from flowing into the connector.

How to protect shrouded header when potting a PCBA

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 10 15:27:30 EDT 2013 | gbarb

I have a design that requires the PCBA to be potted. However I have a shrouded header on the board that I need access to. Is there a way to cover this header during the potting process and then removed the cover after the potting material has cured

How to protect shrouded header when potting a PCBA

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 10 17:40:14 EDT 2013 | caurbach

Let me start off by saying that although we pot a decent variety of products, we have never been asked to do something like this, so this is not based on personal experience. This is just my gut talking here. I suppose you could use some sort of ca

Re: Need a UV resistant black potting material

Electronics Forum | Fri May 28 11:14:21 EDT 1999 | TONY MASTROIANNI

Does anyone have a suggestion for a UV resistant black potting material? The material recommended by a local vendor turned gray in a couple of months in the sun here in Florida. We are using L.E.D.'s in a small housing (about 1.2" cube) and need to

Re: Need a UV resistant black potting material

Electronics Forum | Fri May 28 11:22:21 EDT 1999 | TONY MASTROIANNI

Does anyone have a suggestion for a UV resistant black potting material? The material recommended by a local vendor turned gray in a couple of months in the sun here in Florida. We are using L.E.D.'s in a small housing (about 1.2" cube) and need to

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