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3M™ EMI Copper Foil with Conductive Adhesive Tape 1126

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  • 3M 1126

    3M™ 1126 tape is typically used as an EMI/RFI shielding tape for applications in the electronics industry such as static charge draining, seaming shielded rooms, cable wrapping and surface contact to non-solderable materials.

    This tape has a 1.4-mil smooth aluminum foil backing coated with a conductive acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesive. This tape comes linered on a 3-inch paper core for easy die-cutting. Its acrylic adhesive has good resistance to oxidation, solvents and oils. 3M™ EMI Shielding Tape has a multitude of uses in electronic design and test laboratories for prototyping, design and troubleshooting. Tapes with foil backings satisfy many requirements for effective grounding, bonding and EMI shielding. Aluminum, copper backings are available, both smooth and embossed, and with conductive and nonconductive adhesive systems. Both the unique embossed foil tapes and the smooth foil tapes with conductive adhesive offer excellent "through-the-adhesive" conductivity. A copper-plated polyester "rip stop" fabric backing is also available, providing shielding plus strength, flexibility and low weight. Available in custom widths from 1/8 inch to 24 inch, and comes standard on a 18 or 36 yard roll on a 3 inch diameter core..

    Features: 

    • This tape has a 1.4-mil smooth aluminum foil backing coated with a conductive acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesive.
    • This tape comes linered on a 3-inch paper core for easy die-cutting.
    • Its acrylic adhesive has good resistance to oxidation, solvents and oils.

    Typical Applications: 

    • 3M™ 1126 tape is typically used as an EMI/RFI shielding tape in the electronics industry such as static charge draining, seaming shielded rooms, cable wrapping and surface contact to non-solderable materials.
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