A development of the clear heating film, the clear heating element is an optically clear variant of our wire wound heater, which offers superior light transmission and increased durability. The wire-wound design results in high heating efficiency and fast thermal response with extremely low power consumption. Transparent heaters have applications in various fields, including automotive, aerospace, display technology, smart windows, and more.
Materials: Transparent heaters are usually made from conductive materials that are both transparent and conductive. Indium tin oxide (ITO) is widely used for its excellent electrical and optical properties.
Conductive Coating: Transparent heaters typically involve depositing a thin conductive coating onto a transparent substrate. Depending on the desired application, these coatings are patterned to form a uniform layer.
Heating Mechanism: Transparent heaters generate heat through electrical resistance. When electrical current passes through the conductive coating, electrical resistance causes electrical energy to be converted to heat. The heat is then radiated or conducted to heat the surrounding environment.
Control and regulation: Transparent heaters can be controlled and regulated using a variety of techniques. A temperature sensor and feedback system are used to monitor and adjust heat output as needed. This allows precise control of the heating process to maintain a specific temperature or achieve a desired level of warmth.
Automotive: Transparent heaters are used on vehicle windshields and windows to prevent fogging and icing, improving visibility and safety.
Displays: Transparent heaters can be integrated into electronic displays, such as electronic screens or cameras, to regulate temperature and prevent condensation, which can impair the display's functionality.
Smart windows: Transparent heaters are used in smart windows or electrochromic glass to remove condensation, de-ice surfaces or regulate temperature.
Aerospace: Transparent heaters can be used in aircraft windows to prevent icing and improve visibility during flight.
Laboratory and Industrial Equipment: Transparent heaters are used in laboratory equipment such as condensation-free chambers and sample holders, as well as in industrial equipment requiring controlled heating.
Transparent heaters have the advantage of combining transparency with localized heating capabilities, making them suitable for a variety of applications where both light transmission and heat generation are important. It is worth noting that Danyu transparent heaters have rich experience, and we can control heater length, watt density and voltage according to customer needs to meet customer needs.