Mu-copper foil and sheets for EMI shielding can be used to shield plastic housings and enclosures or for complete shielding of existing rooms in buildings, to create a Faraday cage.
Many EMI problems can be solved easily by the use of conductive foils and conductive sheets. Some of the most commonly used materials are Mu-copper foil, reinforced Amucor foil and highly conductive textile.
All of theses materials can be produced with or without (conductive) self-adhesive and an optional insulation layer.
Mu-copper foil can be easily cut into any desired shape.
Colour of Mu-copper foil
Thanks to our automated CNC cutting system we can also cut our shielding foils in large quantities and according to your CAD drawing
Mu-copper foil (3281, 3282, 3283)
Mu-copper foil has superb shielding performance (also at low frequencies), can be soldered, and can easily be folded into the desired shape. Mu-copper foil is used to make small EMI shields like PCB-shielding cans, but also to EMI-shield entire existing rooms (Faraday cages, screen rooms, shielded boxes etc.).
Tinned Mu-copper foil (3285)
Mu-copper foil with paper insulation (3287)
Similar to Mu-copper foil Part number 3281, but with a tin layer for corrosion protection and improved solderability.
Similar to Mu-copper foil Part number 3281, but with a layer of paper added to insulate the top layer of the foil.
|■ Amucor foil|
|■ Conductive textile|
|Thickness (mm)||Max. width (mm)||Part number||Part number with white insulation layer added*||Part number with black insulation layer*|
|Mu-copper with paper insulation||0.035||1500||3287||–||–|
|Material||Thermoplastic polyester||Thermoplastic polyester|
|Thickness||0.15 mm||0.22 mm|
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