Anisotropic conductive film

Anisotropic Conductive Film

Anisotropic conductive film

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Anisotropic conductive film (ACF), is a lead-free and environmentally friendly interconnect system that is commonly used in liquid crystal display manufacturing to make the electrical and mechanical connections from the driver electronics to the glass substrates of the LCD. The material is also available in a paste form referred to as anisotropic conductive paste (ACP), and both are grouped together as anisotropic conductive adhesives (ACAs). ACAs have more recently been used to perform the flex-to-board or flex-to-flex connections used in handheld electronic devices such as mobile phones, MP3 players, or in the assembly of CMOS camera modules.

History

ACAs developed in the late 1970s with heat seal connectors by Nippon Graphite Industries, and ACFs by Hitachi Chemicals and Sony Chemicals & Information Devices. Currently there are many manufacturers of heat seal connectors and ACAs, but Hitachi and Sony continue to dominate the industry in terms of market share. Other manufacturers of ACAs include......
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