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3M™ XYZ-Axis Electrically Conductive Adhesive Transfer Tape 9719

3M ID  AM000003179     
3M(TM) XYZ-Axis Electrically Conductive Tape 9719
3M(TM) XYZ-Axis Electrically Conductive Tape 9719
3M(TM)  Electrically Conductive Adhesive Transfer Tape 9719
3M(TM) XYZ-Axis Electrically Conductive Tape 9719
3M™ XYZ-Axis ECATT 9719 is a double sided, isotropically conductive pressure sensitive tape which conducts electricity through the thickness (the Z-axis) and the plane of the adhesive (X, Y planes) and is suitable for low surface energy substrates.
Features and Benefits
  • Silicone version of Tape 9713
  • Isotropic XYZ-axis electrical connectivity
  • Performs well at elevated temperatures for short periods (up to 400 Degree F [204 Degree C])
  • Improved adhesion on LSE materials versus Tape 9713 (Such as silicone based EMI gaskets, etc)
  • Lower R non-woven conductive scrim vs. 9712
  • Can be applied in strips or die cut to specific shapes & sizes
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    Overview

    Product Attributes

    Adhesive TypeSilicone
    ApplicationAntenna Bonding (with Grounding), EMI Shielding (with Grounding), Flex Bonding (with Grounding), Flex Stiffener Bonding (with Grounding), Grounding, Metal to Metal Bonding (with Grounding), Static Dissipation
    Application CategoryBonding, EMI/EMC Applications
    Conductivity DirectionXYZ-Axis Conductive
    Conductivity Filler TypeScrim
    Product Series9719
    Total Tape Thickness without Liner4.0 mil
    Total Tape Thickness without Liner (metric)0.10 mm

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