0.7 mm 13-15 Ohm/Sq FTO TEC 15 Coated Glass Substrate

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NSG TEC15 FTO substrate, TEC 15 glass, Fluorine Doped Tin Oxide (FTO) coated TEC 15 Glass (0.7 mm Thickness)

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Specifications of TEC15 glass (0.7 mm thickness):

  • Glass: Pilkington NSG TEC Glass TEC 15 (13-15 ohm/sq) and TEC 7 (7-8 ohm/sq), other types are available upon request.
  • TEC 15 is the best choice for applications requiring passive condensation control and thermal performance with low-emissivity and clear color-neutral appearance.
  • TEC 7 offers the lowest resistivity value in the NSG TEC range. Combined with relatively low haze, it can be used for a wide range of applications.
  • Glass Transition Temperature: 564°C (1,047°F ) soda-lime glass substrate
  • Typical Dimensions: 1" x 1" (25 mm x 25 mm), 75 mm x 25 mm, 2" x 2", 4" x 4", 6" x 6", can be customized to any size specified by the customer.
  • TEC Glass thickness: 0.7 mm, (2.2 mm is available)
  • Sheet resistance: 13-15 Ohm/sq
  • Nominal FTO film thickness: 320 ~ 340 nm
  • Visible Light Transmittance: 84 ~ 85%
  • UV Transmittance: >55%
  • Haze ratio: 0.7 ~ 1%
  • Emissivity (EN 12898): 0.13
Country of Origin: Japan

        FTO coated conductive glass substrates


        Size: L x W (mm)

        Thickness (mm)

        Minimum of Order

        0.7 mm NSG TEC 15



        50 sheets

        0.7 mm NSG TEC 15



        50 sheets

        0.7 mm NSG TEC 15



        25 sheets

        0.7 mm NSG TEC 15



        9 sheets

        0.7 mm NSG TEC 15 150x150 0.7 4 sheets
        0.7 mm NSG TEC 15 300x300 0.7 1 sheet


        Applications of TEC Glass

        High-quality sputtered fluorine-doped tin oxide coated glass films can be used as electrodes for thin film photovoltaic /solar cells (dye-sensitized cells, organic solar cells), LED display, electrochemical deposition, capacitors, Infrared detection, energy-saving windows, RFI/EMI shielding and other electro-optical and insulating applications. Fluorine doped tin oxide is relatively stable under atmospheric conditions, chemically inert, mechanically hard and abrasion tolerant, high-temperature resistant and has lower cost than indium tin oxide (ITO).

        FTO glass substrate is well recognized as an attractive material because it is relatively stable under atmospheric conditions, chemically inert, mechanically hard, high-temperature resistant, and has a high tolerance to physical abrasion.

        Customer Testimonials:

        "I very much appreciate the great customer service and rapid processing time for customized FTO glass slides. The substrates are very uniform and the thickness is perfect for electrochemical depositions and SEM imaging! I highly recommend all electrochemists to buy their substrates from MSE Supplies."
        -Dr. Agnes Thorarinsdottir, Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University

        Carlos Biaou, a PhD student at UC Berkeley worked with MSE Supplies to fabricate several hundred customized ITO and FTO substrates for his thesis research, and he had a very positive feedback on the products and services he received from MSE Supplies.

        • "The uniformity of the ITO and FTO layers were excellent, and the custom pattern I ordered was well formed."
        • "The variation in size from substrate to substrate is within the margins of errors I needed, so that's great too."
        • "I appreciate the great customer service and diligence you've shown in customizing my substrates."

        Dr. Selma Duhovi from MIT has used the ITO and FTO substrates provided by MSE Supplies for smart glass application, and has been very satisfied with the products and services provided by MSE Supplies.

        • "The FTO and ITO glass slides you sent me work GREAT!"
        • "The substrates work really well for smart glass application."
        • "The experiments have gone well!"
        Typical Academia Customers:
        NREL, PNNL, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Caltech, MIT, Yale, University of Michigan, Cornell, University of Chicago, State University of New York (SUNY), McMaster Univ., National Physical Laboratory (NPL), etc.

        FTO Related Publications:

        Efficient and stable solution-processed planar perovskite solar cells via contact passivation, Science 17 Feb 2017: Vol. 355, Issue 6326, pp. 722-726, Hairen Tan, Ankit Jain, Oleksandr Voznyy, Xinzheng Lan, F. Pelayo Garca de Arquer, James Z. Fan, Rafael Quintero-Bermudez, Mingjian Yuan, Bo Zhang, Yicheng Zhao, Fengjia Fan, Peicheng Li, Li Na Quan, Yongbiao Zhao, Zheng-Hong Lu, Zhenyu Yang, Sjoerd Hoogland, Edward H. Sargent

        Fabrication of thin film dye sensitized solar cells with solar to electric power conversion efficiency over 10%, Thin Solid Films, Volume 516, Issue 14, 30 May 2008, Pages 46134619, Seigo Ito, Takurou N. Murakami, Pascal Comte, Paul Liska, Carole Grätzel, Mohammad K. Nazeeruddin, Michael Grätzel

        Compositional engineering of perovskite materials for high-performance solar cells, Nature 517, 476480 (22 January 2015) doi:10.1038/nature14133, Nam Joong Jeon, Jun Hong Noh, Woon Seok Yang, Young Chan Kim, Seungchan Ryu, Jangwon Seo & Sang Il Seok

        Hydrothermal fabrication of hierarchically anatase TiO2 nanowire arrays on FTO glass for dye-sensitized solar cells, Scientific Reports 3, Article number: 1352 (2013)
        doi:10.1038/srep01352, Wu-Qiang Wu, Bing-Xin Lei, Hua-Shang Rao, Yang-Fan Xu, Yu-Fen Wang, Cheng-Yong Su & Dai-Bin Kuang

        Ultra-thin high efficiency semitransparent perovskite solar cells, Nano Energy
        Volume 13, April 2015, Pages 249-57, Enrico Della Gasperaa, Yong Peng, Qicheng Hou, Leone Spicciac, Udo Bacha, Jacek J. Jasieniaka, Yi-Bing Cheng