3M™ Embossed Tin Plated Copper EMI Shielding Tape 1345 is an EMI shielding tape with an acrylic adhesive. This flame retardant tape is designed for applications that require outstanding electrical conductivity from the application substrate through the adhesive to the backing. It comes on a removable liner for easy die cutting and handling. The tape is rated for 600V dry applications.
3M™ EMI Shielding Tape 1345 has an embossed, deadsoft, copper foil backing with a pressure sensitive, acrylic adhesive that ensures firm adherence. The tin plated coating on both sides of the tape's foil backing offers outstanding solderability and is resistant to oxidation and corrosion. The copper foil backing of the tape offers excellent resistance against oxidation and discoloration. Contact between the backing and the application substrate is established when the embossed backing edges cut through the adhesive layer. The tape withstands a wide temperature range of 40 to 266 °F ( 40 to 130 °C). This flame retardant tape is designed for grounding and EMI shielding in equipment, components and shielded rooms. UL Listed and RoHS 2011/65/EU Compliant.
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