|Part Number||12V, 13W, 70mm Round|
|Item Weight||0.81 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||6 x 5.55 x 0.3 inches|
|Item model number||12V 12W Flexible Polyimide Heater Plate|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Power Source||Corded electric|
Icstation 12V 13W Flexible Polyimide Heater Plate Adhesive PI Heating Film 70mm Round (Pack of 4)
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- Uses polyimide as an insulator outside, and the thermo foil as an electric heating element inside. They are formated through high temperature high-pressure and heat-sealing process.
- Extremely thin, lightweight, and flexible polyimide heaters can quickly provide heat to where it is needed. Widely used in electronics manufacturing, medical devices, scientific instruments.
- Polyimide film has excellent dielectric strength, excellent resistance to electric intensity, perfect heat transfer efficiency, and great resistance stability. Safe to use with stable performance.
- Equipped with self-adhesive can be fixed on the item surface easily.
- Note: Heating films can not control the temperature itself. You can use it with a temperature controller. Working Voltage: DC 12V, Power: 13W, Film Size: 70mm Round, Maximum Temperature: about 150℃
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- Size: 25*50 mm
- Voltage: 12V Power: 7W
- Insulation Thermal Conduction Layer: polyimide film
- Thickness: <0.2mm
- It can reach 40°C max.
- Operating Temperature: -190℃~205℃
- Power Deviation: <+/-5%
- Lead Wire Tensile Strength: >5N
- Gun Adhesive Force: >40N/100mm
- Weight: 2.68g
Polyimide heater film
Polyimide heater film, which adopts polyimide as outer insulator and the thermos foil as inner electric heating element, is formed by high temperature and high pressure heat sealing process.
Extremely thin(<0.2mm), lightweight(2.68g) and flexible polyimide heaters can quickly heat. So they are widely used in the electronics manufacturing, medical devices and scientific instruments.
- Fast Preheating Speed
- Extremely thin
- 3 M adhesive
Extremely thin, lightweight and flexible
Equipped with self adhesive, these heating films can easily stick to the surface of the item.
- Scientific Analyse Instrument: provide constant temperature for thermal conductivity tester and medical instrument; stabilizing operating temperature for electronic component
- In deep cold circumstances, let instrument such as satellite, spacecraft and airplane etc, reach safety operating temperature
- Vacuum heating and baking
- Car rearview defroster, antenna or radar defrosting heating components and speed regulation resistor
- Medical treatment and beauty equipment
|Lead Wire Tensible Strength||>5N||>5N||>5N||>5N||>5N|
|Gun Adhesive Force||>40N/100mm||>40N/100mm||>40N/100mm||>40N/100mm||>40N/100mm|
|Max Heating Temperature||40°C||150°C||200°C||150°C||150°C|
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I tested the three survivors for a few minutes at a time during an entire waking day, 50+ operations. This was a good enough stress test as the software I wrote to control a heater would be doing much shorter durations - and far less often. So I did the install.
I was pleased to see these three pulling 38w as measured on my shunt, making the 12-watt advertisement correct. Almost exactly 1 minute in to its very first installed run I again smelled what is now my absolute least favorite smell. Shut it off and uninstalled, another strip looks compromised (smaller circle in pic)
I don't think I'd feel comfortable using these for anything. They're a thin layer of what appears to be kapton tape, folded in half with two dots of silicone and wires, with an impossibly thin layer of adhesive that you better stick where you absolutely want the first time, because that's all the stickiness it has. What are these for, and what did I do wrong?
So, as part of my testing, I connected these to my bench supply. At 12V, they draw only 0.62A (7.5W). And at 24V, they draw only 1.25A (30W). All four of the heaters were consistent in spec.
I settled on 12V so I don't melt my rain gauge! Plus, I decided to use a 45°C bi-metal thermostat between the film and the unit plastic to keep it from getting too hot.
These are great little film heaters and I highly recommend them!