Large Enclosure Series

These standard beryllium copper contact gaskets offer ideal RFI/EMI shielding of doors and movable components in electronic shielded rooms, trailers, computers and communication equipment. They have been scientifically designed for wiping closures, but are also usable in compression applications. Moreover, these contact strips feature extremely good endurance life, as well as a high deflection range. In tests, attenuation up to 112 dB has been measured for a 100 MHz plane wave. Fastening of the strip is usually accomplished using screws or rivets. Soldering is optional.

 

Both are available in continuous lengths to a maximum of 25.0 ft.

(7.6 m) and in all standard finishes.

 

These 97-Series products are also available in UltraSoft

® low compression force 98-Series.

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97-438 Large Enclosure Shielding
97-438 Large Enclosure Shielding

These standard beryllium copper contact gaskets offer ideal RFI/EMI shielding of doors...

Design Series
Large Enclosure Series
Material
BeCu
Plating
Optional
Dimensions
1.09 x 0.25 in
97-440 Large Enclosure Shielding
97-440 Large Enclosure Shielding

These standard beryllium copper contact gaskets offer ideal RFI/EMI shielding of doors...

Design Series
Large Enclosure Series
Material
BeCu
Plating
Optional
Dimensions
1.63 x 0.41 in
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