Hermetic high-frequency packaging from SCHOTT for applications up to 80 GHz High-performance packaging with HTCC feedthroughs and microwave housings with optimized high-frequency connectors specially tailored to meet customer requirements
Landshut (Germany), October 6, 2014 – The international technology group SCHOTT, with its Electronic Packaging Business Unit that specializes in glass-to-metal and ceramic-to-metal seals, offers a wide variety of packaging solutions for use in high-frequency applications. High-frequency feedthroughs based on HTCC multilayer ceramic are extremely compact and allow for highly miniaturized assembly and connection technology for bandwidths up to 40 GHz. SCHOTT also offers microelectronic housings with customer-specific geometry optimized SMA, SMP and SMPM connectors, which, depending on the design, are even suited for high-frequency applications up to 80 GHz in special cases. These components are used in radar technology, satellite communications, astronautics and space exploration. SCHOTT will be presenting its range of packages and feedthroughs at the European Microwave Week in Rome from October 7 – 9 (booth 196). Больше
SCHOTT expands its range of highly resistant sealing glasses for use in fuel cells The broad range of high-performance sealants now also includes strontium- and barium-free glass solders for low- and medium-temperature SOFCs
Landshut, Germany, September 22, 2014 – The international technology group SCHOTT offers a broad range of sealing glasses for use in solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs). These glass solders help to hermetically seal cells and stacks that consist of metallic and ceramic compounds. They are used with nearly all types of fuel cells and provide significant advantages, especially for high-temperature SOFCs, due to their high resistance to heat. Strontium- and barium-free sealing glasses have now been added to the product line. These can be applied to metal alloys that contain a share of chromium and are thus also suited for use in low- and medium-temperature fuel cells. Sealing glass stands up to the harsh environmental conditions and high operating temperatures inside fuel cells and thus contributes to their durability. SCHOTT has been developing glass and glass-ceramic sealing glasses for use in fuel cell technology for 25 years and ranks as a world-leading manufacturer of glass solders. The company will be presenting its materials at the Asian SOFC Symposium in Busan, South Korea, from September 21 to 24, 2014. Больше
Wide variety of glass and metal combinations from SCHOTT for long-term protection SCHOTT offers a broad range of material combinations for use in hermetic glass-to-metal and ceramic-to-metal sealed packages – from titanium and aluminum to Monel and Inconel
Landshut (Germany), May 5, 2014 – The international technology group and specialty glass expert SCHOTT offers hermetic housings, made from a wide variety of materials, for the protection of sensitive electronics used in harsh environments. Sensors, for example, are used in numerous applications that function in demanding conditions. In order to reliably protect these sensors, various metals and alloys ranging from titanium and aluminum to Monel and Inconel can be used. In addition to glass-to-metal combinations, ceramic-to-metal seals are also possible depending on the compatibility of the coefficients of thermal expansion. The company has been active in this business for over 70 years and based on its broad know-how of material selection and combination, SCHOTT offers in-depth consultation to help customers achieve their desired product properties. SCHOTT will be presenting its product portfolio in the area of hermetic housings and feedthroughs at the SMT in Nuremberg from May 6-8. (SCHOTT booth no. 301 in hall 9).