Metallized Conductive Fabric

Copper/nickel metallized fabric

  • Width: 1080±15mm
  • Thickness: 0.03±0.003mm
  • Surface Resistance: <0.05Ω/sq
  • Shielding Effectiveness: >65dB
  • Environmental Testing: Halogen-free/RoHS

Metallized conductive cloth is vacuum plated with copper and nickel on fiber cloth, and is available in plain, rip-stop, black and other types.

Features

Applications

Unlike metals, shielding laminates are non-conductive at their core. While metals such as copper are inherently conductive, shielding laminates formed from non-metals are ideally suited for use as insulation or signal shielding materials that do not respond to electric fields and resist the flow of charge.

Vacuum metallization includes vacuum deposition, sputtering, ion plating and other methods to form various metallic and non-metallic thin films on the surface of products in a vacuum environment to achieve the effect of electroplating.

The main difference between electroplating and vacuum metallization is the cost. Vacuum metallization is generally more expensive, and its process complexity is higher compared to electroplating.
 
Copper/PET shielding tapes is primarily used in various fields, such as extremely fine coaxial wires, low-loss antennas (computers), solar cell wires, etc.

EMI solutions consist of three main routes: EMI shielding, printed circuit board grounding and EMI absorption.

  • Electromagnetic Interference Shielding involves blocking electromagnetic noise and attenuating cable-collected noise. It uses high-reflectance materials (usually low-resistance metals) to encase or seal openings in target devices for EMI and EMS solutions.
  • Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Grounding refers to grounding electronic equipment electrically to prevent electric shock, treating the Earth as a massive conductor at zero electric potential. Two grounding methods are employed: frame grounding and signal grounding on PCBs.
  • Electromagnetic Interference Absorption (EMI Absorption) utilizes magnetic loss, dielectric loss, and conduction loss to convert radio wave energy into thermal energy. EMI absorbers have a wide range of applications.
 
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