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Conductive Pens

These conductive pens dispense conductive paint pigmented with either carbon, nickel, or silver. Each pigment provides a different resistivity, making each pen suitable for different applications. The valve-tip opens when pressed against a drawing surface and the flow is controlled by squeezing the barrel. These pens are designed for use on smooth, flat, hard surfaces; however, the cured traces have excellent flexibility.

All three conductive paint pens are commonly used as circuit board trace repair pens, however, they are also highly useful in prototyping applications.

These conductive paints are also available in liquid and aerosol formats.

Features & Benefits

  • Choice of carbon, nickel, or silver pigments
  • Typical trace width: 1.5 – 2 mm
  • Tack free in minutes
  • Excellent adhesion to plastics
  • Toluene and xylene free


  • Repairing keyboards, remote controls, and game controllers
  • Repairing circuit boards and electronic devices
  • Prototyping electronic circuits
  • Touching up EMI / RFI shielding

838AR-P – Carbon Conductive Pen – Best for low voltage repairs such as keyboards, game controllers, or remote controls. Useful for drawing jumpers and resistors.

841AR-P – Nickel Conductive Pen – Draws and repairs short traces on PCBs. Useful for making short connections on circuits such as jumpers, through-holes, bridges, and links.

842AR-P – Silver Conductive pen – Draws and repairs traces on PBCs and mixing boards. Creates conductive traces for prototyping, hobbies, or maker projects.