Board-Level EMI Shield can be used in space-restricted areas.
December 9, 2013 -
Ultra-Low Height Two-Piece Board-Level Shield serves board-level EMI shielding applications in which access to shielded components is required and conserving space between densely populated PCB and compact enclosure is critical. Frame with drawn latch features accommodates assembly height as low as 1 mm, and cover may be attached to, detached from, and subsequently reattached to frame in confined areas without interfering with other electrical components mounted on PCB outside frame.
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Laird Releases Ultra-Low Height Board-Level EMI Shield
Innovative patent pending design is ideal for applications with compact space requirements
Laird, a global technology company, today announced the release of a new Ultra-Low Height Two-Piece Board-Level Shield. This new product offers an innovative, patent pending EMI shielding solution for compact electronics with tight space requirements.
The Ultra-Low Height Two-Piece Board-Level Shield incorporates a frame with drawn latch features that accommodates an assembly height as low as 1 mm. “This advanced design offers an ideal solution for board-level EMI shielding applications in which access to the shielded components is required and conserving space between a densely populated printed circuit board (PCB) and compact enclosure is critical”, says Allan Dukeshire, product manager for Laird. “With the increased focus on smaller and thinner products, this new solution enables our customers to meet the growing market demand for increasingly miniaturized electronic devices.” BLS shield-LR
The patent pending drawn latch design allows for simplified tooling and tighter tolerances, which enhances structural rigidity while preserving co-planarity. The frame’s drawn latch engages with openings in the cover and allows for removable attachment to the frame. The cover may be attached to, detached from, and subsequently reattached to the frame in confined areas without interfering with other electrical components mounted on the PCB outside the frame.
As an industry leader in high-performance and cost-effective EMI Solutions, Laird provides the knowledge, innovation, and resources to ensure exceptional grounding and shielding performance and customer satisfaction for applications in the automotive electronics, handset & mobile devices, industrial, medical, military, IT/Computing and consumer markets.
For additional information, visit http://www.lairdtech.com or contact us at:
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Asia: +86-755-2714-1166 x374
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About Laird Technologies, Inc.
Laird is a global technology business focused on enabling wireless communication and smart systems, and providing components and systems that protect electronics. Laird operates through two divisions, Wireless Systems and Performance Materials. Wireless Systems solutions include antenna systems, embedded wireless modules, telematics products and wireless automation and control solutions. Performance Materials solutions include electromagnetic interference shielding, thermal management and signal integrity products. As a leader in the design, supply and support of innovative technology, our products allow people, organisations, machines and applications to connect effectively, helping to build a world where smart technology transforms the way of life. Custom products are supplied to major sectors of the electronics industry including the handset, telecommunications, IT, automotive, public safety, consumer, medical, rail, mining and industrial markets. Providing value and differentiation to our customers through innovation, reliable fulfilment and speed, Laird PLC is listed and headquartered in London, and employs over 9,000 people in more than 58 facilities located in 18 countries.
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Contact information: Jannette Avila, Laird Technologies, 3481 Rider Trail South, Earth City, MO 63045