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185HR High-Tg, Low-CTE Materials with High Thermal Reliability ORDERING INFORMATION: Contact your local sales representative or visit www.isola-group.com for further information. Isola Group 3100 West Ray Road Suite 301 Chandler, AZ 85226 Phone: 480-893-6527 info@isola-group.com Isola Asia Pacific (Hong Kong) Ltd. Unit 3512 - 3522, 35/F No. 1 Hung To Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong Phone: 852-2418-1318 info.hkg@isola-group.com Isola GmbH Isola Strasse 2 D-52348 Düren, Germany Phone: 49-2421-8080 info-dur@isola-group.com The Isola name and logo are registered trademarks of Isola Corp. USA in the USA and other countries. All other trademarks mentioned herein are property of their respective owners. © 2016, Isola Group, All rights reserved. FEATURES • High Thermal Performance Tg: 180°C (DSC) (Base Laminate) Td: 340°C (TGA @ 5% wt loss) Low CTE for reliability • T260: 60 minutes • T288: >15 minutes • Lead-free Compatible and RoHS Compliant • UV Blocking and AOI Fluorescence High throughput and accuracy during PCB fabrication and assembly • Superior Processing Closest to conventional FR-4 processing • Industry Approvals IPC-4101D-WAM1 /98 /99/ 101 /126 UL – File Number E41625 Qualified to UL's MCIL Program • Core Material Standard Availability Thickness: 0.002″ (0.05 mm) to 0.060″/0.062″ (1.5 mm) Available in full size sheet or panel form • Prepreg Standard Availability Roll or panel form Tooling of prepreg panels available • Copper Foil Type Availability Standard HTE Grade 3 RTF (Reverse Treat Foil) • Copper Weights ½, 1 and 2 oz (18, 35 and 70 µm) available Heavier copper available upon request Thinner copper foil available upon request • Glass Fabric Availability Standard E-glass Square weave glass fabric available KEY APPLICATIONS • Heavy copper, 6 & 12 oz automotive applications • Military • Medical • Industrial

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