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Smart Film – Electrochromic Film – Switchable Glass

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Installation instructions

Step 1: Cutting the Film

Cutting the PDLC FILM to the sheet according to the glass size.
1. The cutting edges need to be neat, any cutting burr will lead to the film breakdown
2. The film size should be a little shorter than the glass size
Electrode edge: 2~3cm shorter than the glass size
Non-electrode edge: 1cm shorter than the glass size

Step 2: Making the electrode

1. Tools & Materials

Tools & auxiliary material

Clean cloth Laboratory alcohol Conductive copper net Conductive

Laboratory alcohol Conductive copper net Conductive

Conductive copper net Conductive

Conductive adhesive tape

Conductive silver paste


Cleanroom gloves

Electric iron & soldering tin


2. Making the electrode for the first side

Wear clean room gloves
2 Using the knife to cut off a strip of one side ITO film
3 Using the clean cloth and alcohol to remove the residual
PDLC resin carefully, otherwise the underlying ITO layer
would be destroyed
4 Using a stick to dip some silver paste coating on the ITO
surface. Then using the electric blower making the silver paste
5 Attach the conductive copper tape to the already cured
conductive silver paste
6 The copper net is welded to the copper tape with the
electric iron

3. Making the electrode for the second side

1.Repeat the step 2 to 6, to make the other side electrode
2. The total electrode length cover the 2/3 film edge length
3. The electrode width about 0.5 cm
Then the electrode finished

Step 3: PDLC Film pasting to the glass

Adhesive PDLC operating manual

1. Peel off one corner of the PDLC release film, make the PDLC adhesive layer glue to
the right place of the glass, then using the scraper to scrap the film from top to the bottom.
2. The adhesive can repeatedly paste to clean up the bubble during the pasting.


Step 4: Connecting the electrical power.

Step 5: Decorating