Today’s computer or instrument displays usually require antireflection, surface heating, and/or energy suppression attributes. Our high-performance, durable custom panels reliably meet these challenges with uniform conductive coatings that provide precise sheet resistance and consistent conductivity across the panel. Distributing heat evenly is essential for keeping liquid crystal displays (LCDs) operating in cold environments. Uniform conductivity is also critical—for electromagnetic interference (EMI) suppression—to reduce emissions when instruments are closely packed and have the potential to interfere with each other.
JDSU low-ohm coatings (< 0.25 ohms/square) provide industry-leading suppression while maximizing the transparency through the panel. In addition, our high-efficiency, antireflection coatings further optimize optical performance by managing reflections and minimizing undesired energy losses.
Optimized for specific applications and designed to precisely match the impedance of the surrounding environment, our family of high-efficiency, antireflection coatings (HEA®, UHEA, and VLR) provide uniform performance over a broad range of wavelengths, help maximize energy throughput, and control reflections.