I/O Backplane Shields

Product highlights

- UL 94VO @ HB flame retardant

- Lightweight construction ideal for backplane grounding/shielding

- High conductivity and shielding attenuation

- Can be manufactured in a variety of thickness with specific die-cut holdes/shapes

- Galvanic protection with most metallic surfaces

ELECTRICAL SHIELDING EFFECTIVENESS

Transfer Impedance (500 Mhz)
>85 dB
H-field (200 Khz Mil 285)
30 - 45 dB
Plane Wave 2 Ghz) Mil 285
90 - 100 dB
Surface Resistivity
<0.07 ohms/square
Volume Resistivity
0.005-0.017 ohm-cm

MECHANICAL

Available Size Range
0.015 - 0.440 (0,38 - 11,20)
Deflection Operating Range
20 - 50% Deflection
Compression Force (based on shape selection)
3 - 10 lbs/ft. (4,5 - 15,0 Kg/m) @ 20% Deflection (Dependent on foam selection and shapes)
Compression Set
<4 - 10% @ 50% Deflection
Joint Unevenness Accommodation
0.010 - 0.030 (0,254 - 0,762)
Compund/Material Availability
Cover: Flame retardant metallized Ni/Cu, Tin/Cu and silver woven or non-woven textile. Core: Flame retardant urethane, TPE
Temperature Range
-40 - 158°F (-40 - 70°C)
Available Profiles
Rectangular and square
Mounting Methods
Pressure sensitive adhesive
Custom Shapes Available
Intricate die cuts; cut-to-length and kiss-cut parts

ENVIRONMENTAL

Fluid Seal
N/A
Air/Dust
Provides barrier against dust
Galvanic Compatibility
Compatible with a wide variety of mating surfaces such as zinc, aluminium, stainless steel, etc.

APPLICATIONS

Typical Applications for Shielding Gaskets
Connector gasket used to shield and/or ground the backplane of computer and telecommunications equipment which have variety of cut-outs and openings. Standard D-Connectors, RJ45, SCSI, USB, IEEE 1394 and ATX versions available