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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
KEFG-R52-VNN-0015T ASAP Semiconductor KITAGAWA Not Provided GASKET EMI SHIELDING Soft Foam
4048AC51K ASAP Semiconductor LAIRD TECHNOLOGIES Not Provided GASKET, FOAM, 1M; Shielding Type:EMI Shielding; Gasket Material:
SG060125R-24 ASAP Semiconductor FERRISHIELD Not Provided EMI SHIELDING GASKET, RECTANGULAR; Gasket Material:Nickel-Plated
EJ6532T0173 ASAP Semiconductor SCHLEGEL SYSTEMS Not Provided GASKET EMI SHIELDING L=44mm 15
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  • Medical Device Link . Design Considerations for EMI Gaskets Selecting the proper EMI gasket is a complex task that requires careful examination of all criteria.
    . Other variations include attaching the wire to nonconductive elastomers for environmental sealing to metal frames. Compressed mesh gaskets are also available. The most recent addition to this class of gaskets is a tin-plated steel wire mesh gasket with an air core. An array of typical EMI shielding
  • Medical Device Link .
    This stainless-steel fingerstock is designed to offer easy recyclability, good shielding performance and compression characteristics, and optimal finishes to reduce the chance of galvanic corrosion. The beryllium copper EMI-shielding gaskets are durable metal strips that are used to provide high
  • EMI Shielding for Military Electronics and Medical Equipment
    Electromagnetic interference (EMI) can disrupt sensitive electronic components and endanger the lives of the warfighters and hospital patients who depend on them. Without EMI shielding, radio frequency (RF) transmissions and other electromagnetic induction can interrupt the electronic equipment
  • Medical Device Link . A Guide to Selecting Effective Shielding against EMI
    frequency (e.g., 10 GHz) and relatively high levels of shielding (e.g., 70 dB or greater). The most recently available EMI gaskets are one example of this trend. IEC 601-1-2 Radiated Immunity Field Strength (V/m) Other Wireless Device Field Strength at 1 m (V/m) Difference in Field Strength (dB) 3 14 13
  • Best Gasket types for sealing enclosures
    Advantages and disadvantages of low compression force enclosure gaskets explored and explained. Microsoft PowerPoint - Gasket training.ppt ENCLOSURE GASKETING. EMKA Gaskets. Gasketing Fundamentals. Typical Requirements. 1. Sealing (water) - Most commonly gaskets are used to keep water. from
  • Medical Device Link . Avoiding Common EMI Problems in Medical Electronics
    practice fit into one of the categories described. Accordingly, if these issues are adequately addressed during the design stage, manufacturers can reasonably expect to avoid most EMI problems. These beryllium-copper gaskets are used for shielding sophisticated electronics. Photo courtesy of Tecknit
  • Medical Device Link .
    . The oversized release liner makes pick-and-place manufacturing possible and facilitates fast gasket installation. EMI shielding gaskets can be kiss-cut to 0.118 in. with the wide release liner. The manufacturer's EMI shielding products are made from highly conductive materials, resilient urethane foam
  • Medical Device Link .
    Mechanical Design Guidelines for EMI Shielding Shielding problems with EMI gaskets can often be traced back to improper mechanical compression. Michael Keough and Jason Davis Portable wireless devices are being used to connect medical devices and patient information to hospital networks