The new 3M Copper Nickel-Plated Conductive Woven Fabric Tape CN4190 is a self-stick EMI tape that provides a good electrical conductive path for EMI shielding and ESD grounding in small consumer electronics such as mobile handhelds, digital still cameras, and liquid crystal display televisions.
Tape CN4190 has a copper nickel-plated woven backing coated with conductive acrylic adhesive on both sides and is repositionable. It provides a conductive interface between electronic components. Unlike metal foil tapes that have sharp edges and a stiff feel, this tape, with its woven backing, is flexible and conformable and has a 35 lb/inch tensile strength. These tapes can be converted into sheets, slit rolls and die cut parts.
3M serves original equipment manufacturers with OEM tapes, EMC and EMI-shielding products, antistatic masking tapes, heat shrink tubing and devices, liquid resins and adhesive transfers. 3M products are used for insulating wire harnesses, shielding against electromagnetic interference, protecting PCBs and electronic devices, and insulating electrical components.
For more information about 3M Copper Nickel-Plated Conductive Woven Fabric Tape CN4190, contact the 3M Electrical Markets Division, A130-4N-40, 6801 River Place Blvd., Austin, Texas 78726-9000, USA, or call 800-676-8381. For more information about 3M OEM products, go to www.3M.com/electrical/oem.