Copper Conductive Tapes
Copper Conductive Tapes are also known as EMI or RFI Shielding Tapes. They are made from thin copper foil with an acrylic conductive adhesive. These conductive tapes are packaged on a paper liner on a 3" core for easy handling and cutting. The Copper Conductive tapes provide a very low rate of electrical resistance. They are used for building ground systems, static charge draining, cable wrapping and surface contact to non-solderable material and point to point electrical contact.
Custom sizes are available upon request.
Applications: Aerospace Assembly, Cable Shielding, Electronic Assembly and Semi-conductor Facilities.
|Part Number||CFT series|
|Total Thickness||2.7 mil|
|Adhesive type||Conductive Acrylic|
|Material Type||Copper film|
|Standards||MIL STD 202, D3330, D3759|
|Electrical Resistance||0.005 Ohms/□|
|Adhesion Strength||>35 oz/in|
|Breaking Strength||25 lbs/in|
|Shielding Effectiveness||>85 db, 1MHz to 2 GHz|
|Static Decay||0.5 Seconds|
|Temperature Range||-40°C to 130°C|