CircuitWorks Nickel Conductive Pen
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CircuitWorks Nickel Conductive Pen

CircuitWorks® Nickel Conductive Pen is used in prototype, rework, and repair of circuits  and EMF shielding by linking components, repairing defective traces, and making smooth jumpers. This engineered nickel coating offers good electrical and thermal conductivity.

Features & Benefits

  • Quickly creates conductive nickel traces
  • Easy and economical to use
  • Valve pen tip for easy applications
  • Good electrical conductivity
  • Dries in minutes at room temperature

Applications

  • Solderless linking of components
  • EMI Shielding and grounding
  • Quick Prototype Modification
Shelf Life 1 yr
Shipping Name Consumer Commodity ORM-D

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8.5 g (0.3 oz) pen, blister packed

12 blister packs $165.36
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