Removable lid

  • 02-Sep-2008 01:05 EDT
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The Form/Met fence and lid electromagnetic interface (EMI) shield from WaveZero features a snap-on, snap-off lid for improved access to underlying components for rework or repair. The shield is comprised of a metal fence that can be soldered to a printed circuit board and a plastic lid vacuum metalized to provide effective EMI shielding. The vacuum metalized lid snaps on and off the fence so underlying components can be accessed without damaging the shield. The vacuum deposition process permits metallic shielding 0.5 to 6 µm thick and does not chip or flake when the lid is lifted from the fence. The Form/Met fence and lid EMI shield is customizable and is environmentally friendly.

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