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flexible heaters

Performance and reliability. Trust and service. Honeywell heater product line meets multiple needs in many industries — from medical electronics to burgeoning global telecommunication segments. And each solution is designed to be bonded to other system parts or combined with Honeywell thermostats, thermistors, thermocouples, temperature sensors and thermal fuses to form custom-engineered heating systems.

Delivering all the benefits you'd expect:

  • Flat, molded-to-shape, spiral wrap, transparent, composite and high-temperature configurations
  • Single, multiple or variable watt densities designed to customize heat output
  • Variety of manufacturing materials, including silicone and other flexible dielectric components
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flexible heaters

flexible heaters

 

  • 4 series of resistive devices
  • Available in flat, molded-to-shape, spiral wrap, transparent, composite, and high temperature configurations
  • Single, multiple, or variable Watt densities
  • May be combined with other Honeywell components to form custom-engineered heating systems
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flexible heaters 78000 Series 78000 Series
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Description transparent Kapton® insulated or Kapton® insulated high temperature silicone wire-wound silicone chemically-etched
Maximum power 0.155 W/cm2 [5 W/in2] 16 W/cm2 [40 W/in2] 16 W/cm2 [40 W/in2] 16 W/cm2 [40 W/in2]
Operating/storage temperature range -40 °C to 85 °C
[-40 °F to 185 °F]
Kapton insulated: 177 °C [350 °F] max.
Kapton insulated high temperature: 260 °C [500 °F] max.
250 °C [482 °F] max.
200 °C [392 °F] max. (UL)
250 °C [482 °F] max.
200 °C [392 °F] max. (UL)
Size constraints 0,60 m x 0,43 m [22 in x 17 in] 0,61 m x 0,61 m [24 in x 24 in] none, virtually any size and shape 0,61 m x 0,61 m [24 in x 24 in]
Geometry specific to customer requirements within size constraints specific to customer requirements within size constraints specific to customer requirements specific to customer requirements within size constraints
Heater trace pattern continuous layer of ITO (Indium Tin Oxide) across entire surface specific to customer requirements specific to customer requirements specific to customer requirements
Construction Very thin layer of ITO electrically sputtered on PET polyester film. Electrical connec¬tion made via silver ink or carbon bus bars laid on top of the ITO. Wire connections are made via ring terminals eyeleted to the silver or carbon bus bars or flexible tail/connector. Contain etched, resistive foil encased between two layers of Kapton. Kapton Insulated uses acrylic, thermoset bonding adhesive; Kapton Insulated High Temperature uses Teflon® bonding adhesive Contains resistive wire encased between two layers of fiberglass-supported silicone rubber. All bonding adhesives are uncured silicone rubber. Cured under pressure and temperature during manufacturing. Contains resistive foil traces encased between two layers of fiberglass-supported silicone rubber bonded together using temperature and pressure. Heater trace patterns generated similar to processes used in printed circuit board design and manufacture.
Standard wire type
  • UL 1180 Teflon
  • gauge per customer request
  • otherwise selected for max. heater current draw
  • UL 1180 Teflon
  • gauge per customer request
  • otherwise selected for max. heater current draw
  • UL 1180 Teflon
  • gauge per customer request
  • otherwise selected for max. heater current draw
  • UL 1180 Teflon
  • gauge per customer request
  • otherwise selected for max. heater current draw
PSA (Pressure Sensitive Adhesive) yes yes yes -25 °C to 100 °C
[-13 °F to 212 °F]