The 842AR Silver Conductive Coating is a highly conductive coating that protects electronic devices in plastic enclosures from high frequency electromagnetic and radio frequency interference (“EMI/RFI”). It is a durable acrylic lacquer pigmented with a high purity silver flake. It is easy to use aerosol, solvent based system, with no heat cure necessary. It has excellent conductivity, strong adhesion to plastics, great oxidation resistance, and has a wide variety of applications.
The 842AR is designed to provide a highly conductive surface to the interior of plastic electronic enclosures to suppress high frequency EMI/RFI emissions, allowing compliance to FCC rules, and protecting the device from external EMI/RFI, preventing possible malfunction. Silver offers the strongest EMI/RFI suppression, especially at higher frequencies, and it can be applied very thin, so it is the optimal pigment for short range EMI applications, such as board level or component to component applications. It is also optimal in military, medical, or other mission critical applications, where the highest levels of attenuation are essential.
842AR adheres well to wood, copper, aluminum, and many other surfaces beyond just plastics. It is a simple an effective solution to many applications where it is necessary to impart maximum conductivity to a surface.
|842AR-140G||0.14 L (2.2 fl oz)||Aerosol|
|842AR-340G||0.16 L (5.4 fl oz)||Aerosol|
|842AR-150ML||150 mL (5.0 fl oz)||Liquid|
|842AR-900ML||900 mL (30 fl oz)||Liquid|
|842AR-3.78L||3.60 L (121 fl oz)||Liquid|