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June 2004
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The company¹s ARclad® 90038 and Flexshield® 8269 are said to be highly conductive pressure-sensitive tapes designed for electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding. The ARclad 90038 is a 2.4-mm acrylic-based tape, featuring a 1-oz, tin-plated, copper-foil backing. Its shielding effectiveness ranges from 95 to 80 dB in the 1 to 18 GHz frequency range. The tape¹s tin-plated backing can be soldered, and is reportedly resistant to corrosion and oxidation. The Flexshield 8269 is a 4-mm tape featuring an Electron® nickel copper-plated woven polyester fabric carrier. The tape¹s shielding effectiveness is 90 to 80 dB in the 1 to 18 GHz frequency range, and is said to offer flexibility and conformability, resistance to cracking from repeated flexing, and weight-reduction advantages. Adhesives Research, Inc.


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