CC7130-PRTC Per IPC-CC-830C Independent Lab Certification Results

Coating Thickness (Spray and Dip Coating Method)Thickness measurementThickness: Min. 12.5µm; Max. 50µm in meeting all requirements for “Parylene Classification” of performance. All other classes need heavier coating.PASS
Visual inspectionOn glass plate under white and UV lightCoating must have uniform appearance and consistencyPASS
FluorescenceOn glass plate under black (UV) lightCoating must fluoresce under UV black light (typical wavelength 365nm)PASS
Fungus resistanceIPC-TM-650 section on glass plateNot attacked by biological growth
UL 94 test strip for flammabilityUL 94 HBMust meet a minimum horizontal burning test  


FlexibilityIPC-TM-650 section on tin panelNo evidence of cracking or crazing of the cured coatingPASS
Dielectric Withstanding VoltageIPC-TM-650 sec. on IPC-B-25A Test BoardNo disruptive discharge, sparkover, or breakdown. 1500VAC, Max 10 uA leakage rate;    Pattern D insulation resistance >10¹²ΩPASS
Moisture and Insulation ResistanceIPC-TM-650 section on IPC-B-25A


Minimum 500MΩ for ER and 5GΩ for all other types after exposure to humidity within 1-2hours of exposure;

Insulation resistance post moisture exposure: >10¹¹Ω = before exposure (No Degradation)

PASS, Meets Requirements for “Parylene Type”
Thermal ShockIPC-TM-650 sec. on IPC-B-25AAppearance and Dielectric Withstand Voltage after testing must meet the above-mentioned passing levelsPASS
Temperature and Humidity AgingIPC-TM-650 sec. on ‘‘Y Panel” test couponNo evidence of softening, tack, cracking, loss of adhesion, or reversionPASS
New Type of Conformal Coating from AI Technology, Inc.
  • CC7130-PRTC is a new class of thin conformal coating with molecular structure of high density and crystallinity polymer for hydrophobicity and moisture barrier
  • Designed for low cost spray-dip-brush coating methods to achieve 25-50µm thickness
  • This Parylene replacement conformal coating is molecularly engineered for extreme conditions including salt-fog, salt-water, and moisture laden environments