Bare Conductive Electric Paint Pen 10ml
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- NO SOLDERING REQUIRED – No soldering or electrical experience is required! Electric Paint goes on like any water based paint—but once it’s dry, it conducts electricity!
- PROJECTS OR REPAIR – Electric Paint is perfect for DIY electronics, STEM and programming projects, or for small electronics repair.
- FAST DRY TIME - This paint dries in about 10-15 minutes at room temperature, but the drying time can be sped up with a hair dryer.
- WORKS ON MANY SURFACES - Works on: paper, cardboard, wood, plastic, glass, plaster, some rubbers, textiles, etc.
- NON-TOXIC – This water soluble paint is air-drying, non-toxic, and solvent-free.
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Add engineering, design, and creative appeal to your electrical circuits lesson Blend design and technology while drawing a 'liquid wire' circuit. Nontoxic water-soluble paint provides a new way to engage in electronics. Paint dries at room temperature and is suitable as a cold solder. Teach resistance, circuitry, polarity, or voltage in a fun, creative way. Works with electrical components, prototyping materials, PCBs, microcontrollers, e-textiles, and conductive thread. Includes application and storing instructions, but no lab activities. Use paint within 6 months of opening. Remove from most surfaces using soap and water. Circuit components such as LEDs, alligator clips, transistors, meters, batteries, or power source (up to 12-V DC) are sold separately. The thinner the layer of paint the faster it dries. Also, conductivity increases as the paint dries. Allow drying time before testing projects. Surface resistivity is approximately 55 _/sq at 50 ' layer thickness. Only available in black but retains its properties even if coated with another material. This creates a great opportunity for exploiting its material characteristics by using it as a graphical element alongside other colors. Helps you teach the following Next Generation Science Standards Student Performance Expectations: Energy Make observations to provide evidence that energy can be transferred from place to place by sound, light, heat, and electric currents. (4-PS3-2) Apply scientific ideas to design, test, and refine a device that converts energy from one form to another. (4-PS3-4) Conservation of Energy and Energy Transfer (PS3.B) Energy can also be transferred from place to place by electric currents, which can then be used locally to produce motion, sound, heat, or light. The currents may have been produced to begin with by transforming the energy of motion into electrical energy. (4-PS3-2, 4-PS3-4)
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Take a look at the picture. Notice how it’s sticking to the copper contacts? It’s not supposed to do that. I had to wipe it off of there as well.
So. It doesn’t stick to what it says. It doesn’t dry when it says and doesn’t conduct as it says.
Don’t buy it.
Using a 3X dissecting microscope, I was able to put a dab of this substance to bridge each of the 4 USB connections. Miracle of miracles, I was able to get the computer to recognize the damaged flash drive and download all of the files to my hard drive. I then uploaded these to a new flash drive.
While this product is not specifically designed to do what I needed to use it for, I thought it was worth noting the shortcomings I found. First, while the nozzle of the tube seems pretty small, the glob that came out was way too big for my needs. I had to break toothpicks and use the sharp end to apply the conductive substance to the contact area. Even then, I had to remove the excess. The other thing that surprised me is that the substance is black, not silver. So, the contrast with some of the items on the CB was difficult to discern some of the time.
However, it worked! I let it dry for 5 minutes, as the directions say. I am very grateful that this substance exists, even if it was not ideal for my application. Way overpriced? I can only compare the cost to the pricelessness of the data I was able to retrieve.
1. Open your remote control (watch a youtube if you have difficulty opening on your own)
2. Separate the rubber keypad from the circuit board.
3. Clean the circuit board and rubber keypad with rubbing alcohol using a paper towel or qtip.
4. Shine a bright light on both parts to ensure you have thoroughly removed all oils and debris.
5. Very carefully, put a small dab of the paint on each key. (you can use the tip to spread it thin or use a toothpick).
6. Once you have evenly spread the paint, let it dry (approx 1 hour or use a blow dryer on low speed for 15 mins).
7. Use the back of a toothpick or some small flat tool to carefully tap on each key to further flatten the paint.
8. Verify its not flaking off. If it comes off, repeat the steps to add more paint.
9. Let it dry again for another 15 mins.
10. Slowly put everything back together.
testing: If you're remote fails the first time, it means there is a short with some small paint that stuck to the circuit board. You'll have to reopen and clean the affected parts and repeat paint steps. If it works, then don't slam on the keys. Just take it easy and it may last. If it causes trouble again, then repeat all steps. One suggestion would be that if you can work quickly, then maybe use super glue on the keys first before adding the paint. I haven't tried it, but it might hold better. Glue stick doesn't work well, and with no glue, the paint does not bond well with silicon rubber keys.
For the folks that just need conductive paint, this paint works just fine for low voltage projects. Great value.
It's more like a thick paste than a paint. So it doesn't run, and is very easy to control. It stays where you put it. However, don't expect to "paint" it on with a brush. I would recommend applying it with a sewing pin, or a toothpick.
Also, when first applied, it does not immediately conduct. You have to wait about 15 minutes for it to mostly dry before it's fully conductive.
I've only tried it for very low amperage signal conections. I don't know what would happen with high amperage.
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Da considerare per un utilizzo non eccessivo,vista la quantità.asciuga velocemente,applicazione veloce e pulita.