ITO and IMITO 2017-06-07T13:19:18-07:00

Transparent conductive coatings are very often used in electro-magnetic shielding, electrical heating, and cutting edge display applications. The coating material we use is indium-tin oxide (ITO), which provides excellent durability. The viewing surface is coated with a non-glare producing anti-reflective coating, providing maximum resolution. Various bus bar and termination techniques are available.


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Subtrate:  Any Glass substrate

Thickness:  As thin as 70 microns and as 1.00”

Size: Custom Shapes and sizes to 27” diameter


  • Custom Index Matching: can be specifically designed to be used next to liquid crystal, cements, index oils, and various other materials
  • Thicker ITO layers will yield lower sheet resistivities and higher reflectance
  • Sheet resistivities as low as 5 to 10 ohms/SQ and as high as a few thousand ohms/SQ can be achieved
  • Ion-assisted depositions for environmental resistance requirements
  • Low profile deposited tri-metal and precision printed high temperature silver epoxy bus bars can be added
  • Viewing surface coated with glare reducing broadband anti-reflective coatings

150 Ohm Index Matched ITO in Air

Average Transmission 94% from 400nm to 700nm
Resistivity 150ohm/SQ

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120 ohms/SQ ITO Single layer in Air

Average Transmission 90% from 400nm to 700nm
Resistivity 120ohm/SQ
Tolerance for sheet resistivity +/-20%

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140 ohms/SQ ITO index matched to 1.52


Average Transmission 97% from 425nm to 675nm
Resistivity 140ohms/SQ

JNS Glass, Visible, borosilicate glass, chemically strengthened glass, lighting lenses

5 ohms/sq ITO Index-Matched

Low Reflectance EMI Shielding for Displays

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