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What is the difference between a "coated" product and a "conformal coated" product.

Published date: 11 April 2019

 All coated products offered refer to the product as “coated” at the top level description.  This implies that the product has been coated with a protective material which allows the product to be used in a harsh environment.  The process used to coat these products is called “conformal coating” that uses a thin material which “conforms” to the contours of a printed circuit board to protect the board's components.  This term in no way indicates the material used in this process.

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