Provides very effective EMI/RFI shielding over a broad frequency range
Very low volume resistivity of 0.00030 Ω·cm
Durable and abrasion resistant
Quick dry time, no heat cure required, easy to apply
Mild solvent system, safe on some High density polystyrenes (Testing recommended)
Strong adhesion to acrylic, ABS, polycarbonate, and other injection molded plastics
The 843AR Silver Coated Copper Conductive Coating protects electronic devices in plastic enclosures from electromagnetic and radio frequency interference (“EMI/RFI”). It is a durable acrylic lacquer pigmented with high purity silver coated copper flake. It has excellent conductivity, strong adhesion to plastics, and has a wide variety of applications.
It is an easy to use aerosol solvent based system, with no heat cure necessary, and it is effective with only one coat.
The 843AR is designed to provide a very conductive surface to the interior of plastic electronic enclosures to suppress EMI/RFI emissions, allowing compliance to FCC rules, and protecting the device from external EMI/RFI, preventing possible malfunction.
It may also be used to shield different circuits or components within a device from each other. 843AR adheres well to wood, copper, aluminum, and many other surfaces beyond just plastics.