Epic Resins has a variety of epoxy and polyurethane resin compounds for potting and encapsulation of radio frequency devices, such as automatic meter readers (AMR's), NFC devices, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices that use the following protocols: Wifi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, and Z-Wave. Our potting compounds are used for devices that operate in the 433/868 MHz bands such as security card readers. We also have materials for devices that operate from 1-3 GHz.
Our epoxy and polyurethane potting compounds are excellent for a wide variety of radio frequency and wireless sensor applications, including RFID tags and Tire Pressure Management Sensors (TPMS). If you require RF transparency or optical clarity, we have clear compounds. These are useful in water and gas meter reading devices where you need to read a barcode. Our epoxy adhesives are also crack resistant. Low Tg (glass transition temperature) and low hardness formulations are suitable for outdoor applications where you need to protect electronics from harsh thermocycling conditions.
Epic Resins has decades of experience as a formulator and manufacturer of specialty epoxy and polyurethane resins. Our professional staff uses superior customer service to work with clients to solidify their manufacturing production process. Many of our potting materials are UL rated and certified for enhanced fire resistance. Our expertise helps clients to reduce their time to market and our product consistency ensures a smooth production ramp up.
If you do not see an adhesive that meets your needs, we can develop one for you in our research laboratory. We do custom formulations for shorter production runs as well as ongoing bulk supply to high-need manufacturers. We employ advanced testing procedures to develop high-quality resin materials for the manufacturing of OEM radio frequency tags and components.
See our brochure to find the material perfect for your radio frequency application. If you need help selecting the correct material, one of our epoxy resin and polyurethane technical sales staff will help you select the best material for your manufacturing project.