The usage of antireflective glass possibly needs no explanation – it is ultimately in place to enhance visual experiences and remove unwanted reflections and glare
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Common uses of ITO PET plastic is in the production of touch screens, position sensors, electromagnetic shielding applications and LCDs.
What is TCO used for? What is TCO? TCO stands for Transparent Conductive Oxide – basically a clear substance that can conduct electricity. Why would you need TCOs? The answer is actually quite a lot. Let’s find out… Common TCO applications One of the most common uses for Transparent Conductive Oxides is in touchscreen devices. […]
A capacitive touch screen utilises a screen that is coated with a transparent conductive oxide, in most cases ITO – Indium Tin Oxide
Applying our anti scratch coating to polycarbonates makes them almost equal to glass in terms of hardness.
Indium Tin Oxide (ITO) is an optically clear substance that is also electrically conductive, and can be coated to substrates including glass and plastics
ITO coated microscope slides allow a specimen to be viewed using electron microscopy, without the need for the specimen being charged.
The short answer is to provide electrical conductivity whilst retaining transparency. Want the longer, more in-depth answer? Read on!
The usage of anti reflective glass is clear (sorry, couldn’t resist) but its importance for an enhanced visual experience is perhaps underrated. Let’s explore the benefits of anti reflective glass in detail…